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Re: Special Report: What's Next For E-Commerce?
Posted by: Keith Regan 2001-08-07 12:14:51
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First came the dot-com bubble and then the burst. But with the dot-com shakeout now
starting to slow down, what's next for e-commerce? New trends will emerge, analysts say,
and some have already begun to come to the surface.

In addition to cross-sector mergers, category consolidation is also likely to be on the
upswing, analysts say. Other trends include re-working site designs and setting new
standards for shipping and customer service.

Re: Special Report: What's Next For E-Commerce?
Posted by: Leong Wai Kuen 2001-08-08 08:49:50 In reply to: Keith Regan
I am agree that the e-commerce should have New trend. The e-tailer should re-design their website and give people a new fresh look, plus give more service to customer, for examples www.essencompu.com, which I feel very comfortable to shop with.

Clickthebutton is the answer to this article's question
Posted by: Chris Deutsch 2001-08-07 17:35:03 In reply to: Keith Regan
I think the total price of a sale is important to shoppers on the net. There is a good solution to this issue, price comparison services. The best service I have found is www.clickthebutton.com. When you compare prices on a product, it tells you all the vendors that carry the product, their price, and shipping costs.
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