Site unseen

Lewis, Len
August 1998
Progressive Grocer;Aug98, Vol. 77 Issue 8, p83
Trade Publication
Cites the features of retail Web sites appealing to Internet shoppers. Accessibility to shoppers; Presence of search engines; Regular updating of the site; Shoppers' preference on information-based sites rather than the sales-based ones; Dimensions of successful Web sites according to Ernst & Young.


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