Product discovery is not what it used to be. More and more, shoppers are searching for, finding, browsing and making buying decisions about products outside of merchants’ websites.
The start of shopping season is upon us. Soon, merchants will be looking for last minute tricks to get their product listings optimized and ready to sell for the holidays. And while feed optimization is something that needs to be continuously worked
Walmart is changing the face of online retail. They recently purchased Jet.com, changed their focus to distribution, and opened their doors to more third-party merchants. This presents a big opportunity for many retailers who want to give their online sales
The 2016 Shop.org Retail’s Digital Summit in Dallas, Texas, at the end of September provided online retailers from around the globe the opportunity to network, share ideas, and really dig into the important issues surrounding the quickly growing world of
Product feeds make it possible to reach entirely new markets on ecommerce channels with built-in audiences. As a merchant, making a product feed available means the ability to scale offers on marketplaces like Amazon, eBay and even Walmart.com. It also allows