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PeC: What does Second Bite do for online businesses?
Herman: Second Bite gives the merchant the opportunity to remarket to... Read More »
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What are Technorati tags and what do they do?
Technorati is a website that provides an index of the web, allowing people to... Read More »
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Question: I keep hearing about a two-tiered Internet. What is that?
Brian Getting: Two-tiered Internet refers to the attempt by major... Read More »
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Having just returned from the MIVA Conference, I’m sure my editor is quite antsy. I’m late with this column— not due to... Read More »
PeC: What makes AuctionCheckout different from PayPal?
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It seems like it was just yesterday that entrepreneurs were advised to start blogging for the purpose of marketing their businesses. Now,... Read More »
Anyone who ever priced the Microsoft Office Suite knows it represents a significant investment. A quick check of the Compusa.com website shows... Read More »
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We’ve assembled a checklist to help you narrow your shopping cart requirements. The checklist is divided into six areas: function, shipping issues,... Read More »
PeC: Given the trends in the marketplace, what do you see on the horizon for ecommerce solutions?
Chowdhary: "This is such... Read More »
PeC: How would you describe the merits of a hosted solution compared to various software solutions that are in the marketplace?... Read More »
If you came to this article hoping we’d tell you exactly which shopping cart you should choose for your business, you will... Read More »
PeC: What are some distinctive characteristics of shopping carts that you might share with a new ecommerce business?
Randolph: I’d say... Read More »
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On June 30, 2006 Google launched a service called Google Checkout. This is a new application allowing businesses to process online orders... Read More »
It will happen! TV and the Internet will eventually merge into one giant multi-media "melting pot" that includes everything from live footage... Read More »
You’ve heard a lot about web logs or blogs. That’s because during the past six years blogs have evolved from a highly... Read More »