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Re: Target Throws Kindles Into the Brush Pile
Posted by: Richard Adhikari 2012-05-03 02:51:28
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Target has decided to stop selling anything carrying the Amazon and Kindle brands. "We still have some of the product in our stores, and we expect they'll be sold by the end of May," Target spokesperson Molly Snyder told the E-Commerce Times. There's been some speculation that this move is tied in with Apple's plans to open mini-stores in select Target retail locations, but Snyder dismissed that possibility. "We have an ongoing process, we focus on the best quality and the best product for our customers," she said.


Re: Target Throws Kindles Into the Brush Pile
Posted by: ergon 2012-05-03 03:01:37 In reply to: Richard Adhikari
Target has taken it's decision based on the returning visitor concept. People will buy product initially from Target, but for the next return they will visit amazon.

So this is what target thinking about? huhh...

I think, if the processing of purchase is good at your website, and visitors are getting better service of shipping and maintenance then definitely will return back to you rather than going anywhere else.
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