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Tablet Users: Add Time Publications to Your Shopping Cart

August 4, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team Time Inc. announced today that it will be branching out into the digital world, bringing mobile tablet-friendly copies of its 21 magazine titles to users. Previously, Time had only made titles such as Sports Illustrated, Fortune, Time, and People available for mobile. This is the first move by a major publisher to ... Read More »

Ecommerce Solution Snapdeal.com Gains $40 Million in Funding

July 29, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team Groupon may be all the rage for deal-a-day sites here in the States, but Snapdeal.com is the one making waves in India. The country of 1.21 billion loves the New Delhi-based deal-a-day site, which also offers a products and “getaways” page. The company announced today that it has raised $40 million in ... Read More »

Ecommerce Solutions May Profit Off Students

July 25, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team It’s no secret that people love shopping online. Ecommerce solutions are convenient, often offer the best prices, and have immense selections – often far more than a brick and mortar store could support. These factors, helped by economic worries and high gas prices could end up boosting online sales for this year’s ... Read More »

Ecommerce Solution PayPal Makes $1 Billion, New Product

July 22, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team PayPal, whose parent company is ecommerce giant eBay, recently announced a record quarter. In Q2, PayPal made $1 billion for the first time, passing 100 million active users. According to the release, a total of nine million merchants use PayPal around the world. Merchant services account for over two-thirds of operations and ... Read More »

Etsy replaces CEO after Leadership Shake-up

July 22, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team Etsy, the online marketplace where buyers can add handmade goods to their shopping cart, has replaced their CEO. Former CTO Chad Dickerson, who has been with the company for three years, takes over from one-time CEO and founder Rob Kalin. Kalin had returned as CEO in 2009, but stepped down recently amidst ... Read More »

Survey: Page Speed Affects Consumer Shopping Carts

July 19, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team It’s a fact: Consumers trying to add items to their shopping cart get frustrated when the webpage takes a long time to load. According to TagMan.com, providers of ecommerce solutions are concerned about the speed in which their web pages load, and are taking action to streamline their business pages. New survey ... Read More »

Ecommerce Solution Zaarly Releases App on Android Marketplace

July 18, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team Ever wondered if there’s a chance to make some spare cash selling your unwanted stuff to people in your city? Looking for something a bit more interactive and “alive” then Craigslist? Welcome to Zaarly, a community of people in your city looking to buy, sell, or rent items in real time. This ... Read More »

Miami Residents Shop Online The Most

July 14, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team Bundle.com recently did a research project (not the high school kind) that combed through ecommerce solutions to find out which city makes the most purchases and spends the most money online. Miami took first place in the race,  spending 5.6 times the average US city on online shopping (Manhattan came in second ... Read More »

eBay Funds Ecommerce Solution Shipwire

July 14, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team Shipwire, a shipping ecommerce solution, has received funding from eBay and Newell Rubbermaid. Shipwire is one of the leading providers of outsourced order fulfillment. The investment follows hot on the heels of a swing in momentum in small and mid-market adoption of Shipwire outsourced shipping. Shipwire allows businesses to remove themselves from ... Read More »

Google Plans To Integrate Wallet And Offers Into Google+

July 13, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team It looks like the 1999 ecommerce solution boom is going to happen all over again, but this time it’s with mobile payments. Google has been working on Google Wallet for some time now, and already has an app out called Single Tap that utilizes near-field communications to process payments. Google’s vice president ... Read More »