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Facebook’s E-Commerce Plans Could Shift Digital Markets

Instagram may not come to mind when chasing down online sales, but Facebook’s photo-oriented property very well may become an online storefront through a partnered app. News of Facebook’s intentions to step into the realm of storefronts run by artificial intelligence broke as early as July revolving around a plan …

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Royal Mail further invests in ecommerce future

Royal Mail is not quite the company it once was, with many, many alternatives for those that wish to post letters, parcels and other assorted packages to one another around the world. As retailers like Amazon continually look to create new delivery platforms and trends that Royal Mail struggles to …

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Aldi: online grocery sales ‘not an immediate focus’

Despite the massive growth of online grocery shopping in the UK, German discount supermarket chain Aldi, has said that it won’t be pushing into the field in any large way. Despite reports released earlier this week that it would be looking to expand online in the UK, it has now …

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Would you buy goods through a Tweet?

This is the question Twitter is hoping you’ll answer “yes,” to in the coming months, as it plans to try and monetise its service to a much greater extent, by setting up an e-commerce platform within the Twitter experience, giving you the option to buy products talked about through tweets. …

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Luxa2 launches brand new online store

While the initial sheen might have come off the smartphone market (Apple in particular) as it moves to becoming a commodity, it is still a growth industry. But enjoying far greater growth is the accessory industry that has grown around it. KitGuru snags a sighting of a new site – …

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