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The holiday season is done, which meant a huge boost in sales for retailers. But with the sales comes the returns. No one likes a return---either making one or receiving one. Retailers must deal with many different types of returns during the holidays, from a...

As both a domestic and international market leader, Amazon’s revenue among its channels continues its climb into Q4. While Amazon forges ahead, sometimes at the expense of its own margins, its competitors are nonetheless left wondering how they’ll remain competitive. Still Growing Financially, Amazon has had an...

Most of the major trends in ecommerce for 2018 narrow to a single point: creating an excellent customer experience. For the logistics side of ecommerce, that means ensuring that both deliveries and returns are handled promptly and with no pain or frustration for the customer....

Nearly every consumer is participating in social media in some capacity so it is up to an e-retailer to capitalize on it to grow sales.   The content of social media posts is just as, if not more important, than the platforms you use.   With a...

Managing inventory is important to every online retailer, no matter the size of your company. Failing to control inventory correctly leads to a lot of expensive problems - like having too many of items you cannot sell or not having enough of the products your...

As the world’s largest online marketplace, Amazon fills countless orders daily.  The company’s FBA program enables merchants to use Amazon as a fulfillment partner.  During 2015, sellers utilizing the FBA program grew over 50% as compared to 2014.  Amazon sellers from more than 100 countries...

When Amazon announced its Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) program a few years ago, it changed the way its sellers were able to fulfill and ship their products.  Instead of merchants finding a warehouse to store inventory and then paying people to pick, pack and ship...