Articles in category: Online retailing specialist

Online cosmetics retailer, Effortless Skin, selects Space 48 to drive pay-per-click advertising campaigns

Effortless Skin, one of the UK’s leading online retailers of skin care and cosmeceutical products, has appointed digital marketing and e-commerce specialist, Space 48, to drive its pay-per-click (PPC) advertising campaigns. Space 48, an award-winning agency based in Warrington, was recently

GoDaddy and Avalara partner to solve sales tax challenges for small businesses and online stores

GoDaddy and Avalara partner to solve sales tax challenges for small businesses and online stores

Avalara, a leading provider of cloud-based software for compliance solutions related to sales tax and other transactional taxes, has announced a partnership with GoDaddy, a technology provider dedicated to small businesses. Together, GoDaddy and Avalara will bring simple, affordable sales tax management solutions

Online marketplace provider, Mirakl, introduces Bitcoin as a payment option for retail customers

Online marketplace provider, Mirakl, introduces Bitcoin as a payment option for retail customers

Online marketplace provider, Mirakl, is now allowing its retail customers to offer Bitcoin as a payment option to consumers on their websites and e-commerce channels. Mirakl works with some of the world’s most well-known retailers, including Darty, Galeries Lafayette and Woolworths. While

RatingsPlus aims to re-write the ratings rule book, on- and offline

A new ratings system – RatingsPlus – has launched, offering a real time, on- and offline solution, which it claims is perfectly suited to today’s fast-paced, consumer market. According to the company, it is widely accepted that poor customer ratings directly affect a business reputation and

OrderDynamics claims to solve retailers’ online-to-offline disconnects with new omni-channel capabilities

As retailers enter the make-or-break holiday season, they’re haunted by a perpetual ‘Ghost Economy’ — a data and inventory disconnect that is costing the industry more than £4.8bn per year, according to IHL Group. This ‘Ghost Economy’ is present when commerce