cybermall

cybermall

A website that links to hundreds of online shopping sites. The cybermall may provide the shopping cart and handle the financial transactions for all affiliated sites.
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Well, er, Internet datingthat wonderful cybermall wherein two people (or more) lay all their cards on the table and construct, over time, a blanket of security and love that's built upon mutual experience and understanding.
The deal comes after Rakuten announced 18 acquisitions since the start of last year, and the cybermall operator said in June it's open to more large-scale buys following its bond debut.
So I decided to find out how much other Oregon stuff is being dangled to shoppers in the world's largest cybermall, a place were 170 million deals generated $9.3 billion in sales in 2001.
Annie had just bought a beautiful new avatar at the cybermall, with perfect features and perfect clothes in colors she'd never seen before.
You'll find more women-specific E-cards at Lesbian Shopper, http://www.lesbianshopper.com, a super cybermall with lesbian-centric books, music, and jewelry.
Customers at Cyber Express, the world's first cybermall in Hong Kong, already enjoy virtual retail therapy, but now British firm Atmosphere is looking to install the technology in Birmingham's new retail developments.
The initial opportunity was a $50 million investment in an electronic mall or "cybermall" to be developed on an interactive television network.
Consider wholesaler.corn, the cybermall that bills itself as the "Retail source web site for buyers to locate manufacturers and distributors around the globe." The site contains more than 15,000 links to other sites, including autobytel.com, books.com, cdnow.com, cybermeals.com, etrade.com, eBay.com, eloan.com, FreeMarket.com, netgrocer.com, onsale.com, shopping.com, streamline.com, ticketmaster.com and UPS.com.
In the first session, "Strategies for Brick & Mortar Retailers to Compete in Cyberspace," Bob Wilson, executive vice president of the Internet marketing promotions company planetU, will talk about how the worldwide web can work as an extension 01 conventional drug chains' communications strategy, how a retailer can craft its message in a splintered media environment, how to apply category management principles in cyberspace, and how the web will evolve into what he calls "a super cybermall."
Here's how to set up shop as a cybermall and mind all the stores