News and Articles About Ecommerce
The website known for its listings and reviews of local businesses is set to become an ecommerce platform.
Indiana's G Michael Salon uses makeover photos and staffer bios to shape its Twitter and Facebook feeds.
Read about how social networks are helping brick-and-mortar stores, why WeHeartIt might be the next Pinterest, chat rooms on Facebook and more social-media news.
With online sales growing, more entrepreneurs are breaking into ecommerce. Here's a look at this thriving industry.
Tapping its social-media following helped this Brooklyn restaurant survive after a hurricane.
The popular mobile-transactions startup now offers a way for companies to sell things online, too.
The popular review site introduces a new service that enables users to make transactions through their pages.
How a children's clothing company stood out in social commerce, catching the eye of prominent investors.
Giveaways and user-submitted photos helped this Michigan cupcake shop increase its Facebook engagement.
Michael Schneider, CEO of Mobile Roadie, offers tips for small businesses looking to take their businesses mobile.
A quick guide to selling goods on the internet, from promoting your site and products to handling payments and returns.
Three young women entrepreneurs are looking to disrupt the traditional export supply chain through a first-of-its-kind mobile marketplace for artisans.
The coming launch of the 'WSJ Profile' social site, the arrival of sponsored posts on Tumblr, the value of a Google+ referral and more social-media news.
Think creating the next iPhone is tough? Try making the perfect pocket or purse to hold one.
Ribbon allows for one-click payments via any user platform.
From Renting Bedrooms on Airbnb to $1.5 Million in Venture Capital: Lessons in Resourceful Startup Funding
Tracy DiNunzio, the founder of online fashion marketplace Tradesy, shares her best advice for accessing startup funding when you are a statistical outlier.
A bill which would end tax-free online shopping moves on to the House of Representatives, where it is likely to be met with resistance from anti-tax Republicans.
The Marketplace Fairness Act, expected to pass in the Senate on May 6, requires online retailers to charge shoppers their state's sales tax. Is the law a poor political move?
The Senate is expected to vote on the Marketplace Fairness Act of 2013 this week. If passed, online retailers would have to collect sales tax in all states, even if they don't have a physical footprint in the state.
After getting dumped, one entrepreneur founded I Do Now I Don't, an e-commerce site that turns heartbreak into cold hard cash.
Storenvy mixes a no-cost e-commerce platform with community engagement.
The online handmade marketplace is seeking to reimagine retail.
Yumani lets vendors duke it out to give you the best price.
Young people tend to shop more than their older counterparts, and they use technology as they shop in greater numbers too. Here, check out other striking stats on millennials' shopping habits.
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