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Etsy Looks To Improve Quickly As It Goes Public

April 27th, 2015

Etsy just went public, opening at $16 a share and quickly raising $500 million valuing the company at $3.5 billion as shares jumped as high as $32 at opening. As the company goes public, it’s obviously going to face a lot more pressure to grow and, and that means its’ going to have to regularly […]

Will The Amazon Dash Button Be an Ecommerce Success?

April 7th, 2015

About a year ago, Amazon unveiled the Amazon Dash, a way for people to add items to their shopping lists from their homes by scanning them with the device or using the microphone to tell it what they need.

Report Indicates a Pinterest ‘Buy Now’ Button Could Be On The Way

March 2nd, 2015

Some sites have already grown to find Pinterest to be a valuable tool for ecommerce, but it may become even more valuable for selling products as the company is reportedly readying the launch of a new “buy” button, which would enable users to purchase items right from Pinterest itself.

Facebook Messenger Payments Gets Delayed

February 2nd, 2015

A payments feature in Facebook Messenger has been expected since at least last summer. In June, Facebook hired PayPal President David Marcus to run its messaging unit.

Groupon Expands Upon ideeli Functionality

January 12th, 2015

Back in January, Groupon acquired fashion retailer ideeli for $43 million in cash to extend its presence in fashion and apparel. Such offers had already been popular on Groupon, and the company pointed to research estimating the off-price fashion market to be around $40 billion.

Should You Expect Conversions From Your Social Media Campaign?

December 8th, 2014

Social media might not be all that great for ecommerce. At least not yet. Sure, it’s wonderful for branding and general marketing, but as far as getting actual conversions, the channel is severely lacking, according to some sources.

Google Wallet Adds New Features For Bank Transfers and Low Balance Alerts

November 17th, 2014

Google announced that Google Wallet users can now add money to their balance using recurring bank transfers. The company insists that this is secure. Also new to Wallet are low balance alerts that let you know when you’re getting close to running out of money.