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DEFINITION: On a Web site that sells products or services online, the shopping cart is a common metaphor (from the original grocery store shopping cart) for the catalog or other pages where a user reads and makes selections. Typically, the user checks off any products or services that are being ordered and then, when finished ordering, indicates that and proceeds to a page where the total order is placed and  … 
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Taming Transactional Email: Tips to Gain Control and Determine If Outsourcing Makes Sense
sponsored by Silverpop Systems Inc.
WHITE PAPER: This white paper reviews the key steps necessary to implement a transactional email marketing campaign. It also recommends methods to ease the pain of implementation while improving the results.
Posted: 08 Aug 2008 | Published: 01 Jan 2007

Silverpop Systems Inc.

Retail Opportunities in a World of Extremes: Understanding Today's Teens and Boomers
sponsored by IBM
WHITE PAPER: This IBM study focused on two groups – teens and boomers. It explores their lifestyles, values, and particular preferences and attitudes toward shopping. Read this paper to learn how retailers can better meet the needs of these two segments.
Posted: 14 May 2008 | Published: 01 Jan 2007

IBM

Retail Website Performance- Consumer Reaction to a Poor Online Shopping Experience
sponsored by Akamai Technologies
WHITE PAPER: Retailers must understand that the online shopper segment is continually maturing and be mindful of how this evolution influences consumers' expectations.
Posted: 07 Mar 2008 | Published: 01 Jun 2006

Akamai Technologies
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SHOPPING CART SOFTWARE DEFINITION (continued): … On a Web site that sells products or services online, the shopping cart is a common metaphor (from the original grocery store shopping cart) for the catalog or other pages where a user reads and makes selections. Typically, the user checks off any products or services that are being ordered and then, when finished ordering, indicates that and proceeds to a page where the total order is placed and confirmed. The programming that provides a Web site with the ability to build a catalog and its associated database and to integrate pages into its site that provide users the ability to shop is known as shopping cart software.A primary consideration when choosing shopping cart software is whether it will continue to serve a Web site's needs as its catalog and volume of orders grow.
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