“The quickness to market is incredible,” says Gregory Phillips, a senior web analyst at OfficeMax. “It’s literally hitting a button.”
Google product listing ads can make the world’s largest search engine your store by uploading your products, setting pricing, and letting the magic of the Internet happen. But how do you upload and manage thousands, hundreds of thousands or even tens of millions of products on Google Shopping?
Apparently, if you run a top e-commerce website, it pays to be slow. Unless you’re Amazon.
“We had a great finish to an excellent year, with fourth quarter results exceeding our expectations,” said eBay president and CEO John Donahoe.
Mobile commerce has been the next big thing for some time now, and it’s not all hype: 16.3 percent of all online Black Friday online sales were consummated over mobile.
Amazon needs the help as the e-commerce shopping season starts.
500,000 new users each month? $76 million just closed in second round funding? Maybe not quite all in a day’s work for JustFab’s chief executive Adam Goldberg, but it is in character for an entrepreneur who started his first company at age 16.
December 17, also known as Free Shipping Day because it’s the last day you could get free shipping for pre-Christmas online purchases, was the busiest spending day in online history.
There is no such thing as an online Grinch. The biggest holiday spending boom since before the recession continued on Monday, which was known as Green Monday. Physical store retail sales are up as well as e-commerce shopping by consumers.
Spain’s largest online sales club, Privalia Venta, is taking sharp aim at a booming Latin America. The company announced today that it has received a $95 million infusion of financing from Index Ventures and General Atlantic.
Gemvara, the online tool for customizing and buying jewelry, today decided to abandon its original go-to-market scheme of working with jewelry stores by cutting them out completely. The company previously allowed buyers to customize their jewelry in stores through web-connected displays.