Nextag Shopping Report – Top 10 Cameras

June 11, 2014

We feature over 100 million products sold by over 20,000 merchants and retailers, including eBay, Amazon, Best Buy, Target, Sony and more. Source


A Green Black Friday for Retailers?

May 5, 2014

Despite the discouraging economy and the volatile stock market, it looks like retailers–those that have significant sales online, at least, if not the mainly bricks-and-mortar kind–may do better this holiday season than you might expect. That’s according to a new study released today by the online advertising management firm IgnitionOne, a unit of Japanese ad […]


2011 Holiday Hangover Report

March 18, 2014

Does all the holiday hoopla have you feeling a little hung over? Retailers and consumers alike may still be recovering after a crazed holiday shopping season. Source


Minnesota Main Street vs.

December 14, 2013

Here shows the battle between Minnesota Main Street and Find out who supports Minnesotans more. Source

Holiday Hangover Report

Holiday Hangover Report

September 26, 2013

Whether you’re an online retailer, a fulfillment services provider, or a deal-conscious consumer, this year’s holiday season has been a record-setting whirlwind of activity. So with all that shipping, shopping, and selling behind you, you’ve probably resigned to the couch with a pillow over your face, right? Source

Retail Email 2011 Year-End Trends

Retail Email 2011 Year-End Trends

September 4, 2012

Emailers cranked up the volume. In 2011, promotional email volume once again reached an all-time high. After a year of tracking the activity of more than 100 of the top retailers, we’ve put together the highlights that will help define your 2012 email marketing strategy. Source

The Rise of Gift Receipts

The Rise of Gift Receipts

June 24, 2012

Gift givers have long wrested with a holiday dilemma: should you include gift receipts with holiday presents? Some shoppers can’t stand the thought of someone wanting to return their gifts, while others want their friends and family to decide for themselves. Yet recent research shows that gift receipts were more popular in 2011 than ever […]

Have Retailers Kept Their Promises?

Have Retailers Kept Their Promises?

May 25, 2012

Retailers promised to lower prices for their customers once Congress capped the amount that they pay to accept debit cards – a cost called interchange. Data shows that the retail industry has already saved $825 million since October 1, when the price was capped. Source