Online retailers are increasingly ramping up efforts to attract customers who want to avoid the hassle of in-store holiday shopping.Read More
New legislation in the state of California seeks to give consumers rights and protections around what personal information is collected, whenever a consumer makes a "verifiable request".
While eCommerce has brought a lot of conveniences to consumers, the downside is that we're drowning in a sea of packaging waste.
Ecommerce Holiday Prep is often left until the last minute, but the time to prepare for the holiday rush is now. Implementing some simple strategies ahead of time can increase your holiday sales.
Ever since its beta launch in 2015, Seller Fulfilled Prime has been a hot topic for Amazon sellers. There are a ton of benefits to the program, but also some strict requirements and drawbacks.
The number of American truck drivers on the road has been declining for the past 15 years. At the same time, their average age has continued to rise, so the labor shortage is likely to get worse.
If you’re an online seller, you know exactly what time of year it is. The leaves are falling, Thanksgiving is around the corner – and the holiday season is about to heat up.
Here are two ads I was shown on Instagram in the span of a couple days. Different stores, different messaging, but same product.
International trade uncertainties and businesses struggling to find solutions to labor shortages in the warehouse and trucking sectors continue to affect the product supply chain in the United States.
In recent years, there has been a steady rise in the number of packages shipped in the United States. Estimates show that Amazon shipped more than 5 billion items via its Prime system in 2017 alone.
To compete with brick-and-mortar, it’s essential that online retailers reduce the number of customers who ready to buy something but fail to complete their cart transaction when they see the shippi...
Seller Fulfilled Prime is a program in which Amazon allows e-retailers to display the Prime Badge on products they fulfill from their own facilities or third party logistics providers.