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  • City Link to offer a new On Our Way service :: Boffer Ecommerce News!
    consumers were content to know their delivery would arrive on a particular day They now want to know when and how their deliveries will arrive and they want the flexibility to take control and change things to suit them Providing greater certainty and improved levels of control are the most important things consumers are telling us they want That s why we re launching On Our Way with a two hour window we can be confident of hitting and an unparalleled number of rescheduling options to put our customers in control Comment On This News Article ECOMMERCE NEWS RSS FEED Royal Mail trialling London parcel service on a Sunday ARE YOU PAYING TOO MUCH TAX AMAZON ISN T Amazon invades Twitter with hashtag purchases HESTON BLUMENTHAL S EASTER INTERNET FRENZY BRITONS LEADING EUROPE WITH SMARTPHONE SHOPPING FLAPPY BIRD DEVELOPER FLIP FLOPS BACK AND FORWARD EBAY TO LAUNCH 90 000 BRITISH BUSINESSES INTO INTERNATIONAL TRADE 20 off all Amazon Kindle Fire tablets until the 4th of March Rare Kew 50p coin selling for 180 on eBay Lovefilm Instant streaming becomes Amazon Prime Instant Video eBay acquires technology which will enable you to try clothes on virtually The eBay of the meat industry to launch soon Twitter to move into e commerce City Link to offer a new On Our Way service Financial relief promised for businesses damaged by the storms eBay looks to improve protection for sellers as one seller takes them to court over a dispute Maximise your selling price for old gadgets with new site Bidvoy Amazon has started delivering to the Amazon Fashion comes out as best performing segment of e commerce Have Yahoo s Valentines predictions been right Lush names new cosmetics range after Amazon UK boss Christoper North UK e commerce market boasts fantastic trade surplus

    Original URL path: http://www.boffer.co.uk/News/769/City-Link-to-offer-a-new-On-Our-Way-service.html (2016-02-14)
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  • Financial relief promised for businesses damaged by the storms :: Boffer Ecommerce News!
    for businesses that have suffered in this weather as last week Prime Minister David Cameron announced that money was no object in dealing with the floods This has been followed up with a specific announcement on financial relief for British businesses The gov uk website says The scheme is worth up to 10 million to provide hardship funding for SME businesses in areas affected by the floods Both businesses that have been flooded and businesses that are in affected areas and have suffered significant loss of trade will be able to apply for support Eligible businesses will be able to claim for funding for things like immediate clean up costs materials and exceptional costs to help them continue trading This does seem like a positive move and I am sure a lot of you will be very grateful for this help However it will interesting to see how the government judge who is worse off and who to help first in terms of businesses I hope that if you have been effected by the storms that you receive the necessary funds to help your business get back on its feet and lets hope spring is on its way soon Comment On This News Article ECOMMERCE NEWS RSS FEED Royal Mail trialling London parcel service on a Sunday ARE YOU PAYING TOO MUCH TAX AMAZON ISN T Amazon invades Twitter with hashtag purchases HESTON BLUMENTHAL S EASTER INTERNET FRENZY BRITONS LEADING EUROPE WITH SMARTPHONE SHOPPING FLAPPY BIRD DEVELOPER FLIP FLOPS BACK AND FORWARD EBAY TO LAUNCH 90 000 BRITISH BUSINESSES INTO INTERNATIONAL TRADE 20 off all Amazon Kindle Fire tablets until the 4th of March Rare Kew 50p coin selling for 180 on eBay Lovefilm Instant streaming becomes Amazon Prime Instant Video eBay acquires technology which will enable you to try

    Original URL path: http://www.boffer.co.uk/News/768/Financial-relief-promised-for-businesses-damaged-by-the-storms.html (2016-02-14)
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  • eBay looks to improve protection for sellers as one seller takes them to court over a dispute :: Boffer Ecommerce News!
    his iPhone his court costs and the 17 that was removed from his Paypal The company says it is taking steps to change its policy when buyers and sellers provide conflicting information Senior manager of seller protection Jonathan Haney has reassured merchants that although the company had been quiet on the subject for a while it has implemented a number of changes These he said had helped reduce the proportion of sales which became the subject of an arbitration case for non payment by just over a quarter 26 per cent It is reassuring to see that eBay have picked up that the buyer is not always the innocent party when there is a dispute over payment or delivery But it is important as a seller to take some precautions so that you are prepared if a sneaky buyer tries to scam you Take detailed pictures before dispatch in case a buyer disputes condition Always use special or recorded delivery Proof of postage is not deemed sufficient by eBay or Paypal if a buyer claims not to have received the goods Add Buyer Requirements to listings to block buyers who have too many policy violations or aren t registered with PayPal Comment On This News Article ECOMMERCE NEWS RSS FEED Royal Mail trialling London parcel service on a Sunday ARE YOU PAYING TOO MUCH TAX AMAZON ISN T Amazon invades Twitter with hashtag purchases HESTON BLUMENTHAL S EASTER INTERNET FRENZY BRITONS LEADING EUROPE WITH SMARTPHONE SHOPPING FLAPPY BIRD DEVELOPER FLIP FLOPS BACK AND FORWARD EBAY TO LAUNCH 90 000 BRITISH BUSINESSES INTO INTERNATIONAL TRADE 20 off all Amazon Kindle Fire tablets until the 4th of March Rare Kew 50p coin selling for 180 on eBay Lovefilm Instant streaming becomes Amazon Prime Instant Video eBay acquires technology which will enable you

    Original URL path: http://www.boffer.co.uk/News/767/eBay-looks-to-improve-protection-for-sellers-as-one-seller-takes-them-to-court-over-a-dispute.html (2016-02-14)
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  • Maximise your selling price for old gadgets with new site Bidvoy :: Boffer Ecommerce News!
    the most interesting finds of the site reveals when the best time to buy the particular model is and the amount a buyer is most likely to pay as well as the ideal time to sell This is broken down into four hour windows and even shows what day of the week to buy and sell on Users can also see the average price the device sells for the weekly price trend for that device and how many auctions the data is based on This site would prove to be very useful if you had a large batch of gadgets to sell as it focuses on every detail you need to know to achieve the best selling price The website is very easy to use and is definitely worth a look as a seller to increase your sales Comment On This News Article ECOMMERCE NEWS RSS FEED Royal Mail trialling London parcel service on a Sunday ARE YOU PAYING TOO MUCH TAX AMAZON ISN T Amazon invades Twitter with hashtag purchases HESTON BLUMENTHAL S EASTER INTERNET FRENZY BRITONS LEADING EUROPE WITH SMARTPHONE SHOPPING FLAPPY BIRD DEVELOPER FLIP FLOPS BACK AND FORWARD EBAY TO LAUNCH 90 000 BRITISH BUSINESSES INTO INTERNATIONAL TRADE 20 off all Amazon Kindle Fire tablets until the 4th of March Rare Kew 50p coin selling for 180 on eBay Lovefilm Instant streaming becomes Amazon Prime Instant Video eBay acquires technology which will enable you to try clothes on virtually The eBay of the meat industry to launch soon Twitter to move into e commerce City Link to offer a new On Our Way service Financial relief promised for businesses damaged by the storms eBay looks to improve protection for sellers as one seller takes them to court over a dispute Maximise your selling price for old gadgets

    Original URL path: http://www.boffer.co.uk/News/766/Maximise-your-selling-price-for-old-gadgets-with-new-site-Bidvoy.html (2016-02-14)
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  • Amazon has started delivering to the Amazon! :: Boffer Ecommerce News!
    to west we are going to be delivering products across Brazil Szapiro said that e book sales accounted for three per cent of all Brazilian book sales This development offers a huge opportunity for the company with an increasingly rich population of over 200m Brazil is well put to provide growth in the online market place Brazilians spent as much as 7 5bn last year a 25 per cent increase on 2012 according to market research company eBit Comment On This News Article ECOMMERCE NEWS RSS FEED Royal Mail trialling London parcel service on a Sunday ARE YOU PAYING TOO MUCH TAX AMAZON ISN T Amazon invades Twitter with hashtag purchases HESTON BLUMENTHAL S EASTER INTERNET FRENZY BRITONS LEADING EUROPE WITH SMARTPHONE SHOPPING FLAPPY BIRD DEVELOPER FLIP FLOPS BACK AND FORWARD EBAY TO LAUNCH 90 000 BRITISH BUSINESSES INTO INTERNATIONAL TRADE 20 off all Amazon Kindle Fire tablets until the 4th of March Rare Kew 50p coin selling for 180 on eBay Lovefilm Instant streaming becomes Amazon Prime Instant Video eBay acquires technology which will enable you to try clothes on virtually The eBay of the meat industry to launch soon Twitter to move into e commerce City Link to offer a new On Our Way service Financial relief promised for businesses damaged by the storms eBay looks to improve protection for sellers as one seller takes them to court over a dispute Maximise your selling price for old gadgets with new site Bidvoy Amazon has started delivering to the Amazon Fashion comes out as best performing segment of e commerce Have Yahoo s Valentines predictions been right Lush names new cosmetics range after Amazon UK boss Christoper North UK e commerce market boasts fantastic trade surplus for 2013 Tiffany Co little blue box sought after on eBay this Valentines

    Original URL path: http://www.boffer.co.uk/News/765/Amazon-has-started-delivering-to-the-Amazon.html (2016-02-14)
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  • Fashion comes out as best performing segment of e-commerce. :: Boffer Ecommerce News!
    21 of all online retail Andrew McClelland IMRG s chief operations and policy officer said We have seen changes in the way consumers buy clothing such as the rise of mobile devices and click and collect which have contributed to an increase in confidence when shopping online This report will help fashion retailers understand industry wide trends and how they might affect their sector and own performance According to IMRG fashion retailers were slow off the mark in the early days of online retail for a variety of reasons but today e retail represents major opportunities for both multichannel and pure play fashion retailers Comment On This News Article ECOMMERCE NEWS RSS FEED Royal Mail trialling London parcel service on a Sunday ARE YOU PAYING TOO MUCH TAX AMAZON ISN T Amazon invades Twitter with hashtag purchases HESTON BLUMENTHAL S EASTER INTERNET FRENZY BRITONS LEADING EUROPE WITH SMARTPHONE SHOPPING FLAPPY BIRD DEVELOPER FLIP FLOPS BACK AND FORWARD EBAY TO LAUNCH 90 000 BRITISH BUSINESSES INTO INTERNATIONAL TRADE 20 off all Amazon Kindle Fire tablets until the 4th of March Rare Kew 50p coin selling for 180 on eBay Lovefilm Instant streaming becomes Amazon Prime Instant Video eBay acquires technology which will enable you to try clothes on virtually The eBay of the meat industry to launch soon Twitter to move into e commerce City Link to offer a new On Our Way service Financial relief promised for businesses damaged by the storms eBay looks to improve protection for sellers as one seller takes them to court over a dispute Maximise your selling price for old gadgets with new site Bidvoy Amazon has started delivering to the Amazon Fashion comes out as best performing segment of e commerce Have Yahoo s Valentines predictions been right Lush names new cosmetics range after

    Original URL path: http://www.boffer.co.uk/News/764/Fashion-comes-out-as-best-performing-segment-of-ecommerce.html (2016-02-14)
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  • Have Yahoo`s Valentines predictions been right? :: Boffer Ecommerce News!
    than a few engagements today as it was also reported that searches for vintage engagement rings had seen a 190 per cent rise It also seems that Valentine s Day is no longer just for couples and has become more of a family affair as searches for Valentine s Day crafts for kids rose by 145 per cent As we said in a previous article this week Valentine s Day is a great way to make some money Have any of you homed in on the day and made some money Let us know Comment On This News Article ECOMMERCE NEWS RSS FEED Royal Mail trialling London parcel service on a Sunday ARE YOU PAYING TOO MUCH TAX AMAZON ISN T Amazon invades Twitter with hashtag purchases HESTON BLUMENTHAL S EASTER INTERNET FRENZY BRITONS LEADING EUROPE WITH SMARTPHONE SHOPPING FLAPPY BIRD DEVELOPER FLIP FLOPS BACK AND FORWARD EBAY TO LAUNCH 90 000 BRITISH BUSINESSES INTO INTERNATIONAL TRADE 20 off all Amazon Kindle Fire tablets until the 4th of March Rare Kew 50p coin selling for 180 on eBay Lovefilm Instant streaming becomes Amazon Prime Instant Video eBay acquires technology which will enable you to try clothes on virtually The eBay of the meat industry to launch soon Twitter to move into e commerce City Link to offer a new On Our Way service Financial relief promised for businesses damaged by the storms eBay looks to improve protection for sellers as one seller takes them to court over a dispute Maximise your selling price for old gadgets with new site Bidvoy Amazon has started delivering to the Amazon Fashion comes out as best performing segment of e commerce Have Yahoo s Valentines predictions been right Lush names new cosmetics range after Amazon UK boss Christoper North UK e commerce market boasts

    Original URL path: http://www.boffer.co.uk/News/763/Have-Yahoos-Valentines-predictions-been-right.html (2016-02-14)
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  • Lush names new cosmetics range after Amazon UK boss Christoper North. :: Boffer Ecommerce News!
    Kindle a new love for your skin it s not taxing to take care of your skin with this product packed with Amazon Prime ingredients If the North shower gel does go on sale all profits will go to good causes and Constantine has already held talks with tax avoidance protesters UK Uncut It s nice to see a smaller company standing up to Amazon and the plans to launch the cosmetics range after North does all seem like a bit of tongue and cheek Although it has been reported that Christopher North is hopping mad at Lush s retaliation Perhaps he s not so keen to have his face on the front of a bottle of bubble bath After hearing this Lush are taking no risks as they have taken the precaution of trade marking their own name just in case Amazon retaliates Mark Constantine commented They will no doubt give us another whopping with a stick Comment On This News Article ECOMMERCE NEWS RSS FEED Royal Mail trialling London parcel service on a Sunday ARE YOU PAYING TOO MUCH TAX AMAZON ISN T Amazon invades Twitter with hashtag purchases HESTON BLUMENTHAL S EASTER INTERNET FRENZY BRITONS LEADING EUROPE WITH SMARTPHONE SHOPPING FLAPPY BIRD DEVELOPER FLIP FLOPS BACK AND FORWARD EBAY TO LAUNCH 90 000 BRITISH BUSINESSES INTO INTERNATIONAL TRADE 20 off all Amazon Kindle Fire tablets until the 4th of March Rare Kew 50p coin selling for 180 on eBay Lovefilm Instant streaming becomes Amazon Prime Instant Video eBay acquires technology which will enable you to try clothes on virtually The eBay of the meat industry to launch soon Twitter to move into e commerce City Link to offer a new On Our Way service Financial relief promised for businesses damaged by the storms eBay looks to improve

    Original URL path: http://www.boffer.co.uk/News/762/Lush-names-new-cosmetics-range-after-Amazon-UK-boss-Christoper-North.html (2016-02-14)
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