Wal-Mart Sells its e-commerce Platform and teams up with JD.com in China

Walmart sold its e-commerce business in China to JD.com (the second biggest online retailer in China). This strategic venture allows Wal-Mart’s brand to still operate its direct-to-retail business side of JD.com, while the online marketplace will be run by JD.com (a Chinese company) that is knowledgeable in e-commerce. China is now ranked the fourth-largest international…

JET Director Reveals Secret to Increased Sales Conversion Rates

Jet.com has a very different approach to e-commerce, including the way they design their product pages. For example, you may notice that in comparison to their competition, JET keeps their product pages very clean, with only necessary data. Below is interesting insight into how JET is designed, and how the product page is not just…

Does Jet.com Make Money?

As a relatively new e-commerce marketplace, Jet has an advertising campaign to educate consumers about their brand. The real question is: Does Jet.com Make Money? The answer is no. Jet.com is still in the early stages, and is not making money. Despite this, they have no immediate plans to change their business model. JET did…

Wal-Mart in the News

Wal-Mart has been in the news quite a bit recently. From an e-commerce perspective, it is making big moves into this arena. Below are some important highlights to note about Wal-Mart: Wal-Mart is experiencing steady growth. As reported by The Motley Fool, the revenue of Wal-Mart during the first quarter (ending on April 30) came…

India’s Tata Group opened Tatacliq.com, an e-commerce website with apparel and electronics

India’s biggest conglomerate, Tata Group, launched an e-commerce website (Tatacliq.com) listing apparel, footwear, electronics, and jewelry from in-house as well as external domestic and global brands. This new e-commerce venture follows a curated marketplace model, but unlike other online marketplaces where sellers are free to sell any products, Tata Cliq chooses the kind of products…

Jet.com is testing grocery delivery service

Jet.com just added a new category of products called “fresh food,” listing there products, including: fresh produce, dairy and eggs, bakery, meat and seafood, beverages, and deli. In this pilot testing, the service is available in 875 zip codes covering: New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Washington, DC.

Where can I buy UPC codes for my products?

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Highlights of JET.com Performance as of April 2016

JET Growth Since its launch in July 2015, JET has experienced growth, thanks to advertising and media coverage. Since September 2015, sales have increased by 28% each month through February 2016, and they experience a predicted slowdown of sales when the holidays ended. In addition, JET acquired Hayneedle.com, which is a home décor merchant. Source:…