Tag Archives: PayPal

What is tCommerce?

By Susan D August 1, 2012 [wpsr_addthis] With the Olympics well underway and millions of eyes glued to their home TV sets, this is a great time to talk about tCommerce, aka television commerce, and how it will affect small eCommerce business owners. Imagine watching a political debate and being able to automatically donate to the campaign of your choice, ...

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What Do You Know About Shopping Cart Software?

By Brendan Egan July 2, 2012 Managing an online store has never been easier. The development of the shopping cart software has allowed ecommerce businesses to add a user friendly system of shopping and payment procedures. Visitors imagine themselves clicking products into their virtual shopping cart just like they do in the grocery store. Of course a shopping cart is ...

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6 Emerging Ecommerce Trends for 2012

December 1, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team The successes of both Black Friday and Cyber Monday are encouraging signs for the ecommerce industry. Merchants worked hard this season to draw shoppers to their online stores and get them to fill their shopping carts. Record numbers of consumers flocked to retailers online storefronts to make purchases making it apparent that ...

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PayPal Introducing New Ecommerce Solution

October 5, 2011 By The ZippyCart Content Team It appears PayPal is advancing into the realm of brick-and-mortar stores with the revelation of its new point-of-sale technology and payment options. The ecommerce solution, owned by eBay, is set to open a pop-up store in New York City this November to showcase their new digital payment technology and give merchants a ...

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Google Wallet May Strain Retailers

August 9, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team Even amidst high unemployment and shrinking real wages, Americans have been quick to adopt smartphones for their mobile communications needs. These devices are shifting the types of communication that people rely on – the average phone call is getting shorter and becoming less frequent, while text messaging and emailing on the go ...

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American Express’ Serve Picked Up By Verizon

August 2, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team The mobile payment sector is going to have a huge impact on the consumer world. Various mobile ecommerce payment solutions have announced their entry to the market, without the actual entry part. Google Wallet intends to use NFC chips and receivers for users to pay each other and merchants, by putting their ...

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eBay Partners with Kenshoo for New Ecommerce Solution

July 28, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team A little over a month ago we reported on X.Commerce, a new ecommerce solution under development by eBay and PayPal. The story then was that they finally made an honest software company out of Magento by buying up the remaining outstanding shares of the company, of which it already owned 49% to ...

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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 ...

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PayPal Unveils NFC-Based Mobile Payments Solution

July 14, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team NFC has increasingly become a buzzword among payment solutions this year as it is on the brink of taking off in the booming mobile payments industry. By 2014, the NFC chip is expected to come standard in 1 out of every 5 smartphones, according to a Juniper Research study. NFC enables anyone ...

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eBay Buys Ecommerce Solution Zong

July 8, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team PayPal and its parent company eBay announced their purchase of mobile ecommerce solution Zong today. Zong provides consumers the opportunity to purchase and pay for products online via their monthly phone bill, rather than a credit card. Zong will receive a cool $240 million in cash in the deal, which is expected ...

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