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Rachelle Dragani
Google Shopping: Wanna Play? Gotta Pay
06/01/12 10:30 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 723 Words

"The reaction from our retail clients has been more positive than I expected," he said. "While no one is happy about having to pay for traffic that we were previously getting for free, a number of retailers have expressed optimism that the change will help fight price erosion and eliminate low-quality merchants who turn customers off from the entire comparison shopping ...

Jim O'Hara
Will Your Shopping Cart Roll to Where Your Customers Are?
04/20/13 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 951 Words

The cart should make your products easy to find on major search engines, create discount coupons for promotions, and get your products listed in major comparison shopping feeds.

In this sense, the shopping cart can be invaluable in helping to spread the word...

Clare Saliba
AOL Beefs Up E-Shopping Tool
09/19/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 420 Words

One of the components of the revamped Shop@AOL will be its Shopping Assistant, which enables comparison shopping capabilities and product ratings through a drop-down toolbar. AOL features more than 300 merchants, including Barnes & Noble, J.Crew, Sears and Target.

In its previous...

Keith Regan
Cyber Monday Lives Up to Billing
11/29/05 10:09 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 685 Words

While visits to its comparison shopping search engine were up 30 percent over last year on Black Friday, traffic was up 37 percent year-over-year on Cyber Monday, the company said.

CEO Lorrie Norrington suggested that as consumers become more comfortable relying on deliveries...

Clare Saliba
One Year Ago: AOL Beefs Up E-Shopping Tool
09/18/01 2:18 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 434 Words

One of the components of the revamped Shop@AOL will be its Shopping Assistant, which enables comparison shopping capabilities and product ratings through a drop-down toolbar. AOL features more than 300 merchants, including Barnes & Noble, J.Crew, Sears and Target.

In its previous...

Jennifer LeClaire
Holiday Sales Show E-Commerce Alive and Well
01/12/05 11:30 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1041 Words

Consider the insights of Purnendu Ojha, CEO and co-founder of NexTag, one of the fastest growing online comparison shopping sites. NexTag has weathered the past half decade of economic turmoil and dot-com consolidation with sustained growth and three straight years of profitability.


Jennifer LeClaire
Holiday Shopping, Part 2: Tweaking SEO and SEM Strategies
11/28/06 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1060 Words

Last-Minute Tweaking
Companies should consider optimizing their site pages for mobile phones, given the increased number of people who may be comparison shopping from the mall, Google's Lasnik noted. What's most important, however, is early planning, he added. It's a mistake...

John P. Mello Jr.
It Pays to Advertise on Cyber Monday
12/07/06 8:56 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 758 Words

Comparison Shopping
Online traffic patterns on Black Friday indicate consumers are surfing the Web to get a leg up on their offline shopping, observed BlueLithium Chief Marketing Officer Dakota Sullivan.

"They're going online to see what the big sales are...

Chet Dembeck
CNET To Acquire ZDNet
07/19/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 455 Words

In February, the company decided to buy privately held online comparison shopping company mySimon, Inc. for approximately $660 million in stock.

Based in Santa Clara, California, mySimon's Web site offers online comparison shopping for a wide range of products. The deal allowed CNET...

Bob Woods
Should Online Shoppers Have Their Say?
11/21/02 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 927 Words

As the battle for online revenue extends into 2002's shortened holiday-shopping season, some e-commerce firms are relying on content other than...

Keith Regan
EBay Scores Victory in Patent Case
03/30/05 10:39 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 787 Words

One dealt with the "Buy it Now" and other fixed-priced, or no-haggle, sales methods that eBay uses on its auction listings, and the second with a comparison shopping tool .

Last month, an appeals court upheld the ruling on the instant sales feature,...

David Bryce
How to Host a Successful Holiday Shopping Season
11/17/05 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1292 Words

ShopLocal.com, a popular comparison shopping site that allows users to search for offers from local retailers in addition to online shopping sites, recently upgraded their server configuration, adding 50 additional servers to prepare for this season's holiday shoppers. After two years of tailoring their...

Jack M. Germain
SpaceTime Browser Adds New Dimension to Search
06/08/07 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 824 Words

Users can also explore other retail sites in its 3-D space for ease of comparison shopping . Just enter the search term or object sought on eBay to unleash a 3-D thumbnail parade of all objects available. Each object is linked to the text...

Andrew K. Burger
Marketing Automation Solutions for Startups, Part 1
10/25/07 4:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 867 Words

E-tailers can also mix-and-match to some degree, Lambert told CRM Buyer, by having third-parties take care of things like search engine optimization and search engine marketing while handling others, such as comparison shopping engines, themselves or vice-versa.

"MerchantAdvantage has built their tools...

John P. Mello Jr.
Many Product Searchers Skip Google, Go Directly to Amazon
10/07/15 10:17 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 632 Words

"They don't always have the best price, but they have such a broad selection because they represent so many retailers that it's the best place to go to do comparison shopping," he explained.

Amazon's growing dominance of product search will have...

Lori Enos & Robert Conlin
Report: 85 Percent of Net Surfers Shop Online
05/31/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 743 Words

Survey respondents cited a variety of reasons for shopping online, including the ability to shop during off-hours, saving time, avoiding trips to the store , being able to buy from non-local merchants, better prices, shopping without salesperson pressure and easier comparison shopping .

Keith Regan & Lori Enos
Record Day for E-Commerce
12/13/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 524 Words

The Los Angeles-based comparison shopping service predicted that the combined sales total for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week will amount to nearly $600 million in sales. Additionally, total sales for the week are predicted to reach as much as $1.21 billion.


Keith Regan
Early Signs Portend Strong Online Commerce
12/01/03 7:43 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 555 Words

Amazon.com launched its jewelry store just in time for the holidays and Yahoo rolled out a shopping search feature that combines popular comparison shopping features with search technology .

Warning of Worries

The only yellow caution flags flown to...

Keith Regan
Online Holiday Shopping Roars Past Forecasts
12/30/05 8:11 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 765 Words

"It was a huge gadget Christmas this year and those products are perfect for comparison shopping online," Dougherty added.

comScore Chairman Gian Fulgoni noted in a release that the 25 percent growth his firm tracked beat its own forecast for a 24...

Jack M. Germain
Web Shoppers and Info Security: A Question of Credibility
07/16/07 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1192 Words

Report Highlights
ScanAlert's 2007 research concludes that online comparison shopping is an unavoidable fact of life for online retailers. Using dial-up Internet access is ludicrously slow for viewing product images on Web sites, but as more surfers take up broadband, they're...

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