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Retail & Ecommerce

9 Sep 2004

Take a Test Drive

It’s not uncommon for would-be customers to take a car for a test-drive or try out a new TV set before buying. So Maytag decided to extend that test-drive concept to the electrical appliances it sells, such
9 Sep 2004

Can Bill Me Later?

eCommerce-Guide.com has an article about CyberSource’s “Bill Me Later” alternative payment service. As described in the article, alternative forms of online payment to credit cards are part of a growing trend in the e-commerce domain. Alternative payments
16 Aug 2004

How To Sell Online With Nothing More Than A Blog

19-year-old university student Keiko Groves started her Internet-based business, Postlapsaria, with just a weblog. The clothes designer markets her original clothing to teenagers around the world who are searching for fashion that cannot be found in local
1 Aug 2004

Convert Your Spare Cash into Starbucks Coffee

4 Jul 2004

How To Become a Global Retailer Instantly

Where can retail shops find inexpensive and effective advertising for selling their products globally? Well, the answer lies in the Internet landscape where a worldwide audience can be found. Are you thinking of buying banner ads on
30 May 2004

Micro-Purchasing

Can you read the teenagers’ mind? Five Below is certainly making big bucks doing so. Five Below is a chain of five-and-dime-type stores for teens where the glittery and right-now-cool items sell for $5 or less. The
30 May 2004

Supermarkets of The Future

A whole new way of shopping in supermarkets is underway in Europe. Metro AG, one of Europe’s largest retailers, is revolutionizing the shopping experience by introducing cutting-edge technologies at its Future Store in Germany. Imagine this: upon
16 May 2004

The Thing About Toys and Action Figures

Quick: name me any e-tailer that comes to your mind right now. Amazon.com? You’re right! With heavyweight online stores dominating the e-tailing landscape, it isn’t easy at all to succeed selling online. So it’s a pleasant surprise
16 May 2004

Instant Delivery – Or Almost So

Have you ever wished that the sofa or cupboard which you’ve ordered after a painstaking search in a Courts showroom can be delivered right away to your house? A furniture store almost accomplishes that – you order