Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Product pictures on steroids

Silverdock produces video for online retailers, and cheap too, starting at $100 a piece.
Here's their cool take on how to showcase clothing. Ain't that great?

Also check out this selection of my past posts on online videos for shopping:

Monday, February 9, 2009

Noca offers merchants zero-fee online payment processing

"Noca, a startup founded by ex-Visa employees, is attempting to virtually eliminate transaction fees by bypassing the credit card companies altogether with its own online payment service. Since $5 billion goes towards online transaction fees every year in the United States alone, and since online vendors have particularly slim profit margins, the company thinks that the near elimination of transaction fees would be a huge boon for online vendors. Concurrently, Noca seeks to provide consumers with a more rewarding and more secure purchasing experience, thereby making its service appealing to both actors involved in a transaction." - From Techcrunch.

Zero processing fees, zero start-up costs, zero recurring costs.

(Currently available for merchants with a US bank account only)

... Anyone trying it out, please give me a ring ...

Sunday, February 8, 2009

ShopSavvy: a shopping assistant for your cellphone... If it's an Android phone, that is...

ShopSavvy is a shopping assistant developed for Google’s Android mobile phone platform and was T-Mobile’s featured application for their US launch of the G1 in October of 2008. Users can scan the bar code of any product using their phone’s built-in camera. ShopSavvy will then search for the best prices online and through the inventories of nearby, local stores using the phone’s built-in GPS. ShopSavvy won Google’s Android Developer Challenge and is available in Google’s Market.

Big in Japan - Developers of ShopSavvy or Shop Savvy

Friday, February 6, 2009

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