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XSellco Fusion integrates with PrestaShop

XSellco feat

Online store provider Prestashop is now fully integrated with XSellco Fusion, according to a recent blog post. PrestaShop is the provider for more than 250k online shops across the world in 200 countries. XSellco Fusion is a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) service that makes it easier for ecommerce merchants to keep track of and satisfy […]

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Magento Forums reach 100k member milestone

Magento feat

The ecommerce powerhouse Magento is celebrating a collaborative milestone this week. They now have 100k users on their customer support and community forums for the first time. And that’s pretty big news for a service that is dependent on close user relations, as Magento is. The Magento Forums exist so that fellow users can share […]

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Cross Border Trade: Up-and-coming markets

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Welcome to the fourth article in Intercultural Elements (ICE) series aimed at helping retailers expand their online sales abroad. We have already published the introduction, Cross Border Trade: The first steps are knowing where to go and Amazon Piggybacking. Today ICE look at where you should set your sights for further expansion with Amazon’s international […]

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Tesco to charge £2 on Click & Collect Orders below £30

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You might have noticed this already. But supermarket Tesco is now charging a £2 surcharge for any Tesco Direct Click and Collect order under £30. The new fees came into force on the 2nd February. As Tesco said: “To ensure our Click & Collect service remains sustainable for the future, from 2 February we will […]

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Could Yahoo! be a suitable suitor for eBay?

Yahoo

We were hoping that now PayPal has been spun off from eBay, that eBay would be able to settle down, revitalise the market and get sales on a sharp upward trend for sellers using the marketplace. Regardless on who was right vis a vis the keeping of spinning off of PayPal, it was a distraction […]

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ChannelAdvisor results show growth for the company and their retailers

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ChannelAdvisor posted their latest annual results last week and have joined the rarefied group of software as a service (SAAS) companies with revenues exceeding 100 million dollars a year. With annual revenues running at $100.6 million for the year, they saw an 18% increased compared with total revenue of $84.9 million in 2014. What’s of […]

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Online Seller UK update from Prabhat Shah

Online Seller UK

Online Seller UK (OSUK) is run by Prabhat Shah, a successful Digital Marketer and a trainer. The project aim is to help online sellers / retailers grow their multi-channel business. Online Seller UK is a primarily training organisation founded in 2013 and it has not looked back. Its aim is to grow sustainably adding value […]

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NotOnTheHighStreet real life Valentines Traders

Heart Socks Valentines

With Valentines Day fast approaching most couples will be swapping cards, bunches of flowers and romantic gifts. However there’s a group of sellers on NotOnTheHighStreet who are much more likely to be swapping tips on beautiful product designs, crafty budget tracking tools and five year plans that they’re trading over dinner. Real Valentines traders These […]

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Hermes new ETA time slot delivery services

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Hermes have launched a new and convenient service that provides online shoppers with an Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) for Next Day and standard delivery purchases as well as returns. The ETA service will allow Hermes to deliver an enhanced customer experience on behalf of the UK’s leading retailers. We all have a missed delivery, […]

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Parcel for Me universal checkout solution

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I’ve just sat down with Marie and Luke from Parcel for Me at The Delivery Conference. Parcel for Me, who launched to retailers last night and will make their service available to consumers from July, aim to democratise delivery options for all websites and facilitate one click checkout. Their proposition is a checkout option which […]

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