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Theory Launches E-Commerce Site

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Demandware, Inc., the global leader in on-demand ecommerce, today announced that Theory, the global fashion brand, recently launched a new online retail site using the Demandware® eCommerce platform. The site is Theory's first foray into ecommerce and part of a broader strategy for expanding its reach to dedicated consumers. The new site captures the essence of the Theory brand, which caters to the sophisticated, modern consumer. Distinctive photography as well as Theory's innovative Fashion Insider project inspire consumers as they shop online for their favorite fitting pants, the perfect shirt and the jacket ...
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Legal Expert Connections Launches New York Legal Marketing Website
Rarely does a person bare his soul for the whole world to read. In Spirit Calls, that is exactly what Jerry Kays does. He shares his highly personal journey in search of spirituality and God in a way one very rarely sees. This journey takes us through the traditional religions of the world, New Age philosophy, the role of politics in forming religious thought, and the news media efforts to form the debate on the world stage. Jerry Kays pulls no punches with his passionate observations: “Because of traditional religion I was deprived of the higher truths of the esoteric message.” Thus, Spirit Calls, does, indeed, challenge ... market research, surveys and trends
Sellers Report eBay Sales Are Flat-Lining
It has escalated in the last weeks. I am a seller on Ebay for the last 8 years.... I have gone with the changes, done it all their way, TRS, Power Seller, treated every customer as if they were a queen/king, didn't matter if the item they bought was big or small. Ebay has Flat Lined for many sellers - business has abruptly dropped off a cliff by 70-80% in the last 3 weeks, and I am not alone ... if this Topic on the Central Seller Board is representative, there are hundreds of 1000s of sellers in the same boat. Our visibility has disappeared - items that are so unique with signatures, don't get views for days - the ... market research, surveys and trends


MercadoLivre launches buying and selling platform in Portugal
The largest online commerce site in Latin America is now available for people and companies who want to buy and sell through the Internet BUENOS AIRES, Argentina , March 25, 2010 - MercadoLivre, the largest e-commerce site in Latin America , is expanding its operations and launching its platform in Portugal . The Portuguese – people and companies — will be able to access the site at ( to purchase and sell over the Internet, and all they will need to do is sign up as users. It is already possible to find new and used products in some categories on the site. Stelleo Tolda, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Google got its Chinese visa extended Friday, but that doesn’t mean the company is having a good trip or that China’s censorship has gone away. Google’s application to run for another year looked like it was going to be denied by the Chinese government, who decided that simply redirecting all users to an unfiltered search site in Hong Kong wasn’t acceptable. Perhaps they found it a bit too clever and easy for Google. Now Google has replaced the search box on with a picture of a search box, which when clicked on takes the user to — adding another click ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
WALLACE: In BBM Truck At Iowa
Officials of Billy Ballew Motorsports (BBM) announced today that Steve Wallace will return behind the wheel of the team's No. 15 Toyota of Des Moines Toyota Tundra for the July 11th Iowa 200 at Iowa Speedway. Wallace, driver of the No. 66 5-Hour Energy Toyota Camry in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, has driven in two prior NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) events, both for BBM. In his NCWTS debut, Wallace pedaled his way to a fourth-place finish at Atlanta Motor Speedway in March, followed by a 12th-place finish at Nashville Superspeedway in April. Wallace, the youngest son of Iowa Speedway's chief designer and ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
PayPal Launches Mobile Express Checkout To Enable One-Click Buying On Smartphones
that mobile is the future for e-commerce. And the numbers only reinforce this strategy- mobile payments are poised to reach $200 billion by 2012, according to Juniper Research. So, of course, eBay is wants to make its crown jewel, PayPal, the leader in the mobile payments space. In fact, PayPal’s mobile transactions have grown as smartphone usage has increased, from $25 million in 2008 to $141 million in 2009. In 2010, PayPal expects more than half a billion dollars in mobile payment volume with more than 5 million members regularly using PayPal from their mobile devices. Today, PayPal is making it easier for merchants and ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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NOAA Ocean Explorer: Alvin
which is owned and operated by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), has been in operation since 1964. It was affectionately named after WHOI engineer Allyn Vine, whose influence was pivotal in Alvin’s conception. A legendary figure at WHOI, Vine first envisioned a deep-sea research vessel in the 1930s when he was a graduate student in physics. Alvin was the first deep-sea submersible capable of carrying passengers, usually a pilot and two observers. Its first untethered dive measured 35 ft. Now, after numerous upgrades and reconstructions, Alvin can plunge to a maximum depth of 14,764 ft. Just as the space shuttle ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Challenges in Scaling E-Business Sites
E-commerce sites have been developed and launched with very little time for planning. A large number of .... “Queuing Systems, Vol I: Theory” [KLEI75] or in ...
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Matt Cutts on the Google Sandbox
The existence of a new-site "sandbox" (which delays the site being ranked well for months) has been a topic of debate among SEOs. In reply to a question from Brett Tabke, Matt said that there wasn't a sandbox, but the algorithm might affect some sites, under some circumstances, in a way that a webmaster would perceive as being sandboxed. So, for some sites, in effect there IS a sandbox. they have nothing to lose by saying it exists so why do they keep saying it doesn't. I think they would have something to lose by admiting it which is why they don't. If Google admits publically that new sites (however great the ...