All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘online stores’

Epic Opens an Online Store Just in Time For Christmas

Epic Games, the creators of the Gears of War series and the Unreal game engine, today launched an online store to sell merchandise related to its games and brands. The items being sold in the Epic store are exclusive, and can’t be found in other stores. We’re excited to launch Epic’s official store and provide our loyal fans apparel and …

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Yahoo Lets Store Owners Offer Customer Registration

Yahoo announced that it has released the first phase of Customer Registration for Yahoo stores. This introduces registration, sign-in, and account features for store owners to offer their customers. This way, customers can register their info for quicker checkout experiences in the future.

Customer Registration uses OpenID, which should make things even smoother for customers. They won’t have to remember new log-in info, and can simply sign in with a Yahoo, Google, or AOL account.

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Google Makes Online Stores Incredibly Simple

Update: Google has now introduced a gadget wizard for the Store Gadget. The company says:

Today, we’re excited to introduce a new feature for the store gadget: a wizard that streamlines the store creation process. By automating the manual steps in the original instruction guide, the new store gadget wizard should leave you with even more time to focus on your business.

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Amazon Launches New Wireless Store

Amazon has launched a new site catering specifically to cell phones and their service plans. The online store located at lets users shop for phones by model, service, color, etc. 

You may be able to shop by carrier at AmazonWireless, but that only includes AT&T and Verizon. On top of that, they don’t even carry the iPhone, which is available through AT&T. Here is a look at the site’s bestselling phones:

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Learning from Google & Further Monetizing Your eCommerce Site

John Federman of Searchandise CommerceThe number of businesses selling online is quite large, and its only growing. Advertisers need spots where they can shine.  I spoke with John Federman, President and CEO of Searchandise Commerce about some things that can not only give those spots to advertisers, but earn eCommerce sites

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