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Mobile Supershoppers Are Driving Commerce

October 26, 2016 Rich Ord

In a blog post last week Google declared 2016 as the year of the supershopper. They define a supershopper as someone who is shopping primarily on their mobile device, looking for deals on the best products and constantly searching Google to so all of this. “With the ability to instantly […]

Facebook Launches Buy and Sell Platform Called Marketplace

October 3, 2016 Rich Ord

Facebook announced today a formal buy and sell platform called Marketplace, which is likely perceived by Craigslist and eBay as a new hugely powerful competitor nudging into their space. There has always been some buying and selling via Facebook Groups, but this is the first time that Facebook has focused […]

Ecommerce 2.0 is Upon Us

August 1, 2016 Rich Ord

“We believe retail is at a tipping point,” said Robert Peck of SunTrust Robinson Humphrey in a note to clients. “E-Retailers are leveraging new capabilities in old business models to expand existing and new markets like apparel, grocery and personal care, where e-Commerce had only limited penetration till now.” According […]

Online Retailers Start Planning for the 2011 Holiday Season

August 15, 2011 Jeremy Muncy

Numerous brick-and-mortar businesses are finally ready to compete with Amazon and are looking to shore up their e-commerce operations. Two businesses in particular, Walgreen Co. and Toys “R” Us Inc. are amongst a select few who are integrating better with their online counterparts and looking to open several distribution centers. […]

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