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Zlio, a French startup which lets users set up their own DIY shops, has suffered a blow, as e-commerce giant Amazon has stopped Zlio shopkeepers from listing its products.
Interestingly, this ban only applies to the US, and Zlio shopkeepers in Europe will still be able to list Amazon's products. Zlio users set up their own DIY shops and earn affiliate commission on the products they sell.
The internet is a big influence on every stage of the purchase process, and influences buying decisions both online and offline, according to a survey by DoubleClick.
The DoubleClick study, which surveyed more than 3,000 online consumers in the UK, France, and Germany, looks at the role of the internet in purchase decisions.
UK shoppers will soon have spent more than £100bn since internet shopping began, according to figures from the IMRG.
The etail group says that the first online transaction in the UK took place in April 1995 - the purchase of a book from WH Smith via CompuServe.
We're seeing growing interest from site owners in doing A/B split testing and multivariate / multivariable testing - for landing pages, for product pages, for buying processes, for e-mails and so on.
But who are the service providers out there specialising in offering such solutions?
Clothes hunters helped grow US e-commerce by a quarter in 2006 - and there is no sign of that kind of increase letting up, according to a new report.
The e-commerce sector grew to $220bn, beating expectations by five percent but showing the same rate of growth seen in 2005, according to a survey conducted by Forrester for the National Retail Federation.
Europe is struggling to deal with cross-border e-commerce, according to a new report by the Internal Market Committee of the European Parliament.
Despite the potential for online shopping across Europe, consumer confidence is low when it comes to buying online from abroad - only 6% do so, the report says.
God provided a great model for communication when he gave us two ears and one mouth. But marketing - the function that leads customer dialogue - tends to focus on outbound communication.
In today’s web connected world, is that still an appropriate model?
eBay drop shop brand Auctioning4u has bought the assets of iSold It UK, a rival chain that went into administration last month.
The move will see iSold It UK's shops moving over to the Auctioning4u network, boosting the company's plan to increase the number of its drop off locations around the UK.
Yahoo! is to close its auctions website this summer in the face of eBay's overwhelming market dominance.
Yahoo! Auctions will be shut down in the US and Canada from June, but sites in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore will remain.
While people queued for up to eight hours outside Topshop's Oxford Street store to be the first to get hold of the new clothing range designed by Kate Moss, Topshop's website experienced similar demand.
The Topshop site, which starting selling the Kate Moss collection online from 4am yesterday, reportedly sold out of the range within 12 hours, and UK visits to the Topshop website have doubled over the last two days.
ASOS CEO Nick Robertson was at the centre of a firestorm six weeks ago when he labelled affiliates 'grubby'.
In this interview, his first since 'Grubbygate', Nick explains the reasons behind his decision to close down the ASOS affiliate programme. The etailer certainly doesn't seem to have been hampered by its decision...
Infamous fashion brand Boo.com has made a return to the web today, but this time as a vertical search engine and social networking site focusing on travel.
The domain – which has already seen the demise of two etailing ventures - is now owned by Dublin-based holiday booking company Web Reservations International.