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Web users more impatient than ever!


by Renee Cocchi

How long is too long to wait for web users?

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3 keys to mobile websites


by Renee Cocchi

While most “new” smartphones can render standard websites without major problems, many phones still can’t. Don’t lose out on business because you don’t have a mobile-specific website.

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Is your website safe from hackers?


by Renee Cocchi

Thousands of people shop online every day. Are you sure your website is as safe as it can be?

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Is your website costing you sales?


by Penelope Miller

A new study shines light on what could be a big problem for retailers.

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Two retailers offend consumers with their apparel


by Renee Cocchi

Here’s a great piece of advice for all clothing retailers to abide by:

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Designer’s discount line = shopping frenzy, website crash


by Renee Cocchi

Here’s a quiz for you: What day beats Black Friday when it comes to retail sales?

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Target is now king of its own domain!


by Renee Cocchi

While Target announced two years ago it was breaking ties with Amazon and would be handling its own website and fulfillment, it’s finally happened! But will Target be better off without Amazon?

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One online retailer’s engaging chats


by Renee Cocchi

Does your company have the ability to hold live chats with customers on your website? If not, you may want to give it a shot after you read this!

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L.L.Bean lets its customers do the talking


by Renee Cocchi

What’s better than word of mouth advertising? 

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Kate Spade bumps up editorial web content, really?


by Renee Cocchi

So when consumers go to a designer’s website, do they want to buy something or do they want to read more editorial content about the company, and its products and brand?

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Consumers don’t like online registering


by Renee Cocchi

If your website requires consumers to register before they make a purchase, you may lose a good bit of business. Here’s why:

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Think social media’s the best way to drive shoppers to your website? Think again!


by Renee Cocchi

Believe it or not, a recent survey discovered social media isn’t the best way to get more consumers to shop at your retail website. So what is?

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Amazon eyes bigger sales with new iPhone barcode scanner


by Penelope Miller

One retailer is hoping a new iPhone app will drive up sales – and in a way you might never have imagined.

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Amazon urges retailers to beat ‘wrap rage’


by Penelope Miller

Styrofoam peanuts and impossible-to-open plastic containers are at the center of a big retail debate.

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Do you have a ‘Like’ button?


by Renee Cocchi

Is having a Facebook “Like” button a good or bad thing for retailers?

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Nordstrom revamps website, increases sales


by Renee Cocchi

All the changes Nordstrom made to its website were about satisfying customers. And the one major change didn’t focus on price at all.

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