More and more businesses are turning to eBay as a base for selling items. It offers a huge marketplace to benefit from, giving your products incredible exposure, without the hassle of an in-built webstore on an internet page.
When it comes to searches on Auto Trader, UK marketplace for new and used cars, German brands dominate. Collectively the top four brands accounted for 34.2% of searches on the site, according to figures for August 2014.
1999 was the year that Posh and Becks tied the knot, the year the Euro made its currency debut and when one in five UK homes surfed the net to the tune of dial-up. It was also the year that eBay arrived in the UK.
ShangPin.com, China's first online multi-brand retailer of designer and contemporary fashion, has signed an agreement with Arcadia Group Ltd to be their first online partner inChina. Both the Topshop and Miss Selfridge brands will launch on the ShangPin.com site from September 2014.
In the modern business world, where more and more customers are flocking online, it is essential that your business has a good website whatever service or product you provide.
Manufacturer websites play a limited role in the early stages of the car buying process as consumers favour automotive content sites.
New plans would enable British high streets to adapt to meet the changing needs of today’s modern consumer.
The majority of companies are focused on integrated marketing but many are still struggling to implement a truly cross-channel approach, according to new research.
All device grocery search volumes grew 22% in the second quarter of 2014 compared with the same quarter a year earlier.
Nope that’s not an air freshener on the wall in Tesco’s, it’s an iBeacon - Apple’s newest way to provide iPhone users and other iOS devices location based information via Bluetooth low-energy wireless technology.
New research released by Webtrends looks at British attitudes towards data sharing in 2014. It reveals that, despite common perceptions of ‘Big Brother’, UK consumers are surprisingly relaxed about sharing their data with businesses.
CDNetworks has been chosen by Agent Provocateur, the premium British lingerie retailer, to optimise website performance and help drive growth in international markets such as the US, China, and the Middle East. CDNetworks' content acceleration platform will enable Agent Provocateur to increase global online sales and avoid website downtime.
Argos has announced that they have entered an agreement to extend their offering of Click & Collect services via Argos stores.
Amazon is working hard every day to provide its European customers with the widest selection of products and fast delivery at the click of a button.
The internet has undeniably transformed the face of modern day business, with websites emerging as key players in the advertising, information and commercial transaction strategies, of most contemporary companies.
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