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Point of Sale: Retail & Travel Weekly #52

Published on September 28th, 2013 by admin in Analytics

Here are this week’s links of interest in Retail & Travel from the thought leaders on our retail and travel consulting team: Walmart.com debuts a weekly web video series [Internet Retailer] Smartphone Coupons Are Going Mainstream [Business Insider] 6 Things Online Retailers Can Learn From Amazon [Forbes] Nordstrom: How To Remain Relevant In A Tech Savvy World [Forbes] What Boosts

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PayPal Close to Inking Deal for Braintree Payments

Published on September 25th, 2013 by admin in Mobile

PayPal is reportedly inching closer to securing a deal to buy Braintree Payments Solutions. Sources close to the negotiations tell the Wall Street Journal that an agreement would help propel the online payments giant “into the center of the burgeoning mobile commerce market.” The deal for Braintree would give PayPal access to data and lucrative

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Furious Mom Auctions Daughter’s One Direction Tickets on eBay

Any good parent knows that to make a punishment stick, you’ve got to get creative. Getting grounded is nothing compared to customized consequences. Just ask the Australian girl whose mother put her One Direction tickets up for auction on eBay. It’s not just one ticket, either, but four — apparently purchased for the daughter’s birthday

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Point of Sale: Retail & Travel Weekly #51

Published on September 21st, 2013 by admin in Analytics

Here are this week’s links of interest in Retail & Travel from the thought leaders on our retail and travel consulting team: Retailers must work harder to merge e-commerce, stores [Reuters] How Pinterest Puts People in Stores [HBR] 10% of American Internet Users Shop on Smartphones [Mashable] OfficeMax opens an e-commerce-focused technology center [Internet Retailer] Kleenex’s Flu Prediction Tool

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SEJ at San Francisco Meetup Today: Airbnb, eBay, About.com, Searchmetrics on Data Driven Marketing by @murraynewlands

Published on September 11th, 2013 by admin in SEO

Today in San Francisco, I will be covering Searchmetrics’ free seminar “Marketing In A Search And Data Driven World“, “the only leading digital marketing seminar that spotlights digital and search engine marketing”. This free meetup is aimed at bring the worlds of paid search, organic traffic, and social signals together. Experts from eBay, Airbnb, and About.com

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Social-Driven Commerce: What’s the Best Strategy?

Published on September 10th, 2013 by admin in Analytics

Social commerce is gaining a lot of wind in its sails these days as marketers rally to create strategies for converting likes, tweets, and pins into sales. Social-driven commerce is just one more step in the evolution of Internet marketing, which has been amply leveraged in peer-to-peer sales platforms such as eBay and Amazon.com for

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Twitter’s New Hire Suggests Big eCommerce Push

Published on August 28th, 2013 by admin in Mobile

Microblogging giant Twitter has hired Nathan Hubbard, the former president of Ticketmaster, to serve as the company’s first head of commerce. According to Bloomberg, the move is being viewed by some as a clear indication of Twitter’s desire to enable shopping via short postings on its social website. Hubbard’s first day was reportedly this past

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7 TaskRabbit Jobs to Outsource Your Dirty Work

Published on August 24th, 2013 by admin in Social Media

TaskRabbit, the 5-year-old odd jobs website, is a great way to make or save a few extra bucks — depending which side of the transaction you’re on. The site works like an Ebay for chores. Users post jobs they need completed and a price limit they’re willing to pay, and TaskRabbits will offer up their

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How to Plan for Your ‘Online Hereafter’

Published on August 13th, 2013 by admin in Mobile

Now, you really can live forever, but that’s not necessarily a good thing. Many of your online accounts – from automatic bill payments to eBay – may remain active after you pass away, unless you take steps to ensure they don’t, says attorney Hillel Presser, author of “Financial Self-Defense (Revised Edition).” Automatic bill pay, for

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Why This Ecommerce Startup Is Chasing a Different Kind of Growth

Published on August 10th, 2013 by admin in Social Media

The Launchpad is a series that introduces Mashable readers to compelling startups. If you would like to have your startup considered for inclusion, please see the details here. Name: Lollipuff One-Liner Pitch: Buy deeply discounted, pre-owned designer products that are guaranteed to be authentic Why It’s Taking Off: Most of us were once ripped off

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