Monthly Archives: November 2007

MMM: Maximum Motivation

Well, it’s more like Monday Evening Motivation – I got back at noon today from running the Space Coast Half Marathon in Cocoa Beach and haven’t had time until now to get to this. Take a look at these great … Continue reading

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The Credit Card Industry needs a Lerach Attack

Wall Street Journal Editorial page nemesis Bill Lerach may be headed to the slammer for his misdeeds – but that doesn’t mean we don’t still need aggressive class action lawsuits to rein in misbehaving corporations. Disagree? Check out the cover … Continue reading

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eFashionSolutions.com – way beyond hosted e-commerce

Retail Solutions Online recently posted an interesting PDF download called 12 Lessons Learned In Driving E-Commerce Success from eFashionSolutions.com. eFashionSolutions.com is not just another hosted e-commerce provider – they do offer a robust hosted eCommerce platform specifically focused on the … Continue reading

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Ten Commandments of Link Building

I really enjoyed this post on Blog Oh Blog (who created the template I use for TheCartBlog.com) discussing link building. The idea behind link building is to increase the number of hyperlinks on other sites to your site. This makes … Continue reading

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Current issue of Business Week

Did you see the cover of Business Week with the shopping cart up on blocks? What a great image! Don’t let this happen to you! :)

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More Content -> More Sales

Tracey E. Schelmetic from Customer Interaction Solutions magazine talks about the importance of content on the product information pages. I never see this bullet in “top then things to do to improve sales” lists, but it’s right up there. InternetRetailer … Continue reading

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We’re #1! We’re #1!

In healthcare spending. :( The big brains over at McKinsey Global Institute have come up with an analysis of our healthcare spending (free registration required). Even if you’re not a US resident, it’s worth spending some time reading it just … Continue reading

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