As it continues to evolve eBay is providing more opportunities for jewelry retailers. And judging from the overflow crowd for Thursday’s “Internet Auctions: Using eBay to Turn Old Inventory Into Cash ” many jewelers are eager to profit from one of the great Internet success stories.
The e-commerce platform is expected to execute $400 million in sales for buyers and sellers of jewelry and watches replica watches explained Tia Miller eBay’s category director for jewelry bell & ross br03 replica watch gems and watches during the seminar. On any given day 360 000 jewelry items are on sale. “We know people are coming to eBay to buy jewelry ” Miller said.
The company which was once a pure auction site fake cheap christian dior watch has expanded its services to include fixed-priced selling (eBay stores) and ways to better sell pre-season year-end and liquidation product. The company has also added to its auction service by providing a way to set a reserve price.
Placing a reserve price on an item allows the seller to hedge against selling the item for too low a price. But there is a drawback Miller says. “A reserve price has a negative impact on conversion. But that’s okay because if you have a reserve price you have a good reason.”
The eBay store is the best way for jewelers to gain a presence on the Web site. It allows store owners and manufacturers to sell as much of their product as they want under the store’s name. “It’s a seller’s showcase ” Miller explained. “It allows sellers to place all of their items in a single destination and brand it with their company name and logo.”
Retailers can also profit by placing their old merchandise in either the year-end or liquidation categories Miller said. In most cases retailers get far more money for the products on eBay than they would in the store.
And with nearly 50 million subscribers all kinds of products sell. “People sell everything on eBay ” Miller said. “There are 46 million registered users. That’s the best reason to get involved with eBay.”
Regular readers of PopSci are no strangers to robotic quadcopters, or even to quadcopters that work together to build things. But now, the quadcopters are out of the lab. A new art installation opening this weekend at the FRAC Centre in Orléans, France, will be built entirely by quadcopter robots, marking the first time such an exhibition has been constructed by flying robots.
“Flight Assembled Architecture” aims to inspire new ways of thinking about architecture and the process of building things. It also aims to be very, very cool. The robots will swarm together to collaboratively assemble a nearly 20-foot-high tower made of polystyrene foam blocks. It will be built in a roughly 33-by-33-by-33 foot airspace loaded with motion capture sensors that can track up to 50 robots simultaneously (though it’s unclear exactly how many will be working at the same time for this exhibition).
Each quadcopter is programmed to interact with the others via commands issued from a control module, and the motion capture sensors will ensure that everything goes according to plan. A precision fleet management program will take control of the ‘copters should they come too close to one another, helping to avoid collisions and keep the work from bottlenecking.
Of course, the adage says that art imitates life and to some extent that’s what’s happening here. While autonomous robo-construction is a nascent form of engineering, its certainly not one that’s unexplored. The DoD has previously looked into (and presumably is still exploring) swarm technologies and automated robotic fabrication, ostensibly with the idea that future forward operating bases or disaster relief shelters and the like could be assembled–at least to some degree–by unmanned systems before humans ever arrive at a destination.
Robosculptors, Sculpting: FRAC Centre
So while “Flight Assembled Architecture” is something of a whimsical look at that current state of the art of automated aerial robotic systems, it is also a window to the future. Catch a preview to the preview below.
PriceGrabber published the results of a holiday shopping survey today. The company surveyed 3,574 online shoppers in late October about their holiday shopping plans.
Of those who responded, 35% did not own a smartphone, while 26% owned smartphones but did not have shopping apps on them. The remaining 39% have smartphones with shopping apps already installed. Of all those who have smartphones, 84% responded that they would use them to help with their holiday shopping.
Of those who own smartphones, 42% responded that they were planning Fake Swiss Omega to download new shopping apps specifically for holiday shopping. Of that group, 70% selected comparison shopping apps as the kind they were most likely to download. Meanwhile, 65% said they would download coupon apps, 62% said they would download barcode-scanning price check apps, and 46% responded that they planned to download apps specifically geared toward Black Friday sales.
When those who planned to acquire new apps were asked why, 56% responded that they believed the apps help find the best prices on items, while 50% cited the convenience of receiving discounts and price information on their phones, 44% cited a lack of time to go shopping in the traditional sense, 38% felt the apps enhance the experience of shopping in brick-and-mortar stores, and 28% appreciated the location-based features of the apps.
Of those who intend to get new apps for shopping, 79% said they intended to use the apps for shopping on the go, while 74% said they would use them from home, and just 32% planned to use their phones to shop from work. This shopping is not limited to any specific kind of gift, either. Sixty-three percent of respondents said they would buy either big-ticket or small-ticket items from their apps, while 20% said they meant to do all their holiday shopping via smartphone app, 8% said they would only buy items that cost less than $100, and 5% said they would only buy items over $100.
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Studies have shown that mobile devices are influencing points of purchase for consumers more and more, while shopping online or in-store. During the 2011 holiday shopping season, 41% of consumers made purchases directly on their smartphones, 46% noted that they picked out their item on their smartphone, and completed the purchase in-store, and 37% said they researched their item on their phone, and bought it online. In light of this evolving form of business, a new survey commissioned by MasterCard has shown that consumers generally demand a more simple shopping experience, mainly when it comes to checkout.
The survey of over 2,000 U.S. consumers was conducted by Harris Interactive, and reports that the main concerns of shoppers are as follows:
U.S. consumers identified “entering payment, billing and shipping information” as one of the main pain points of the online shopping experience, topped only by not knowing how an item fits or looks in-person.
Almost three-in-five (58%) of online shoppers indicated they would prefer one place where their account information can be safely stored and easily accessed to simplify the online check-out experience, no matter where they are shopping online.
Among Americans who shop online, whether from a computer or mobile device, nearly one out of every four acknowledged having abandoned a shopping cart at least once a month before completing their purchase.
It would appear that the main concern shoppers have lies in slow and complicated checkouts, which at times prompts them to change their minds while in the middle of a purchase, whether it be not clicking through at Amazon while online, or leaving their cart near the shampoo aisle at Wal-Mart. It would appear that a good solution to some of these consumer concerns would be the adoption of MasterCard’s PayPass system, which the company says will likely work with Apple’s upcoming iPhone 5, which is rumored to incorporate near field communication technology. As more and more merchants install NFC capabilities, systems like MasterCard’s Tap & Go will come to solve some of these consumer issues.
Overall, online shopping has not been adversely affected by the slow economy reports. But that good news isn’t extended to Web-only retailers, the majority of whom are experiencing flat or declining sales.
According to a survey by Forrester Research and Shop.org, online retail sales rose by an average of 11 percent in the first quarter of 2009 with the bulk of the increase benefiting consumer brand manufactures and multichannel retailers.
The study, which examined 80 companies, found that 71 percent of consumer brand manufactures saw a sales increase in the first three months of the year, and 68 percent of multichannel retailers also saw increases. In contrast, 61 percent of Web-only merchants saw flat or declining sales.
Overall that’s seen as a boost in consumer confidence. Concurrent numbers from Compete show that consumer electronics search conversions are up slightly over this time in 2008 as well. So why are Web-only retailers trailing?
There could be a number of reasons, but some seem to me more likely than others:
Smaller retailers often swing the bulk of their marketing budget toward the holiday season and let up in the off-season. Plus, many companies cut marketing budgets first in tough times, but the right move, if one can afford it, is to increase marketing to find new customers and entice old ones.
When money’s tight, consumers may be more likely to trust brands they know. Branding is traditionally a larger retailer’s domain while smaller shops concentrate solely on direct sales.
A weak economy makes the consumer extra price-conscious and bigger retailers more aggressive for fewer available dollars. If you have more room to slash prices or better ability to incentivize, you have a better chance at capturing those dollars.
A weak economy extends the online purchase process. Another set of Compete data shows that across the board, consumers aren’t buying right away. They’re researching longer and buying later. Web-only retailers may not be adjusting the longer buying process effectively, and may less effectively retargeting customers.
There’s been much discussion in the advertising world lately on the topic of retargeting—regaining a potentially lost customer’s attention during the research or buying process. Aggressive marketers find ways to reach the consumer who clicks but doesn’t buy, who places items in a shopping cart but then bolts.
Retargeting is likely the next big focus in online media. Yahoo recently introduced tools for this purpose. Retargeting company FetchBack is bragging up to 112 percent higher ROI from its paid search retargeting technology. Another study showed that 76 percent of online shoppers want the chance to chat with a representative during the checkout process.
Seth van der Swaagh, with Google’s Retail Team, posted some advice for retailers struggling to succeed among more cautious, cost-conscious consumers. Here’s a brief summary of those tips:
Choose the right keywords and expand keywords by including more generic and research-based words.
Give incentive through good ad copy with charged up words like “affordable” or “great deals,” etc.
Expand your conversion cookie, study your traffic data.
Visiting a second time is a signal for looking to buy. Be there for them when they come back.
An online posting of a sex tape featuring a well-known female celebrity has prompted the female star to file a lawsuit against the distributor.
On Dec. 4, a Web blog containing the entertainer’s name made its debut online featuring a sex video that ran for 2 minutes, 52 seconds. In the video, the female celebrity can be seen engaging in sexual activities with a man identified as her former boyfriend. The site’s owner said that as the two parted ways, the ex-boyfriend was threatened, beaten and forced by thugs hired by his former girlfriend to sign agreements to not reveal information about the star. The reason for uploading the video, according to the site, was because the ex-boyfriend wanted to reveal the duplicity of the female entertainer.
In addition to the sex tape the blog posted scanned uploads of the star’s passport, nude photos and a medical certificate verifying an abortion, among other documents.
On Dec. 5, the star took legal actions by hiring a lawyer to sue the uploader for the damages to her reputation. A representative from Sungdong District Police told Ilgan Sports, “An anonymous female celebrity has filed a suit for a libel case. We will start the investigation once we receive a statement from the celebrity with the damages she’s suffered.” The items on the blog were removed on Dec
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The first round of high-profile awards since the last DTC marketing campaign began proved that celebrities at least are raising their hands (right of course) in favor of the right-hand ring push.
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Jennifer Aniston (Friends) was outfitted in platinum and diamond drop earrings with emerald-cut diamonds hanging horizontally and a stack of platinum and diamond line bracelets from Martin Katz. Actress Patricia Clarkson (Six Feet Under) also selected Katz’s platinum and diamond drop earrings along with a platinum and diamond line bracelet with fancy-shape diamonds. Nominee Bonnie Hunt (Life with Bonnie) sparkled in Katz’s platinum and diamond “bubble” drop earrings and a platinum and diamond cuff bracelet.
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Brooklin’s Emily Batty wins bronze at national mountain bike event
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MONT-SAINTE-ANNE, QC — Emily Batty was just 15 when her father, Rick, fielded a question about her Olympic potential, albeit in conjunction with a story about the entire family.
At that time, Batty’s older brothers Eric and Mark and younger sister Charlotte were also heavily into mountain biking, and the potential was there for any of them to reach the peak level of competition.
“Our goal is to have the three of them — Charlotte’s still a little young — on the national team all in one year,” dad said in an interview nine years ago. “That would be a huge accomplishment. From there, the next bar would be the Olympics. It’s in the back of all of their minds.”
It’s now at the front of all their minds after Emily, who turned 24 on the weekend, was named Wednesday to the Canadian team bound for London and the 2012 Olympics.
It was no easy task, either, as Batty faced stiff competition from Catharine Pendrel and Marie-Helene Premont, three of the world’s best vying for just two spots on the women’s team.
In the end, it was Pendrel and Batty getting the nod during a press conference held at Mont-Sainte-Anne, Quebec.
Batty, a four-time U23 Canadian champion (2007-2010), has enjoyed immediate success on the World Cup scene, finishing eighth in the World Cup standings in her rookie season, last year. This season, she rose to the occasion from the first World Cup race, earning her career first podium performance on the UCI World Cup by taking the second place in South Africa.
“This is hopefully the beginning to an amazing path in sport,” said Batty, currently sitting in fifth place of the World Cup standings, in a press release. “Not only am I thrilled to represent Canada in my first Olympics, I am confident the Canadian mountain bike team will be doing something special in London 2012 this year.”
Pendrel, of Kamloops, B.C., was a lock to make the team from the get-go. She’s currently ranked No. 1 in the world and last weekend won her fourth straight national title in the elite division.
In choosing Batty over Premont, however, the selection committee went with a young up-and-comer who has fared better on the World Cup circuit over the past year, over a two-time Olympian who won a silver medal in the Athens 2004 Games.
Together, the three athletes have helped push Canada to No. 1 in the world in female mountain bike, but unfortunately only a maximum of two per country are allowed to take part in the Olympics.
Max Plaxton and Geoff Kabush, both of British Columbia, will make up Canada’s men’s team.
The mountain bike races will be held on the last two days of the Olympic Games, on Aug. 11 for the women and Aug. 12 for the men.
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Scott equaled the lowest British Open score at Royal Lytham & St. Annes, taking advantage of prime conditions to rip off eight birdies on the way to a 6-under-par 64 in the Cheap Franck Muller Replica Watch opening round Thursday.
“It was just like a nice walk in the park today,” Scott said. “And it was not what we’ve experienced in the practice rounds. I’m sure there’s going to be some weather elements thrown at us the next three days, so just going to have to knuckle down to handle that. But I’m confident.”
He wasn’t the only one going low. Paul Lawrie, Zach Johnson and Nicolas Colsaerts each shot 65. Brandt Snedeker turned in a 66 as the light faded. Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy were among a logjam at 67.
“It’s pretty benign out there,” Woods said of the conditions.
Scott, a 31-year-old Australian, bounced back from an early bogey with a dazzling display – his drives accurate, his irons precise, his long putter reliable. When he arrived at the 17th hole, his score was at Replica Tag Heuer Watch 7 under, putting him in position to tie the record for lowest score in the Open or any other major (63), or even break the hallowed mark with a birdie.
Scott settled for par at the 17th, then took a bogey on the final hole after an errant tee shot into the thick rough. Still, he went to the clubhouse having tied the 64 that Tom Lehman shot at Royal Lytham in 1996.
Woods spent some time atop the leaderboard. He played the first 14 holes at 4 under, finally stumbling after he sprayed his tee shot at the 15th into the thick rough. He needed two whacks to get out and wound up taking bogey.
Still, he finished within three shots of the leader, positioning himself nicely for another run at his 15th major championship. Woods is looking to break a drought in the biggest tournaments that dates back to the Franck Muller Replica 2008 U.S. Open, before he was slowed by injuries and his personal life crumbled.
The morning conditions couldn’t have been any better for going low. An early sprinkle gave way to dry weather, the sun even making an appearance through the low-hanging clouds. There was hardly any breeze blowing in off the nearby Irish Sea, the flags atop the 18th grandstand barely rippling.
A host Replica Swiss Alain Silberstein of major champions took advantage. Lawrie, who won a British Open best remembered for Jean Van de Velde’s historic meltdown on the 72nd hole, was perhaps the biggest surprise. Masters winners Johnson and Bubba Watson (67) were right in the thick of things. So too were U.S. Open champions McIlroy, Ernie Els and Graeme McDowell, all at 67.
McIlroy rallied for birdies on two of the last three holes after an errant tee shot at the 15th struck a spectator in the back of the head, the ball ricocheting out of bounds behind a hamburger stand. He had to tee off again and took a double-bogey.
The 16-year-old fan, who was attending his first British Open, had his head bandaged up and appeared a bit woozy. Fortunately, he wasn’t seriously injured. McIlroy came over to check on his condition and give him an autographed glove that said “Sorry” and included a smiley face.
Not everyone had a smiley face. Defending Open champion Darren Clarke struggled to a 76. Lee Westwood, the English favorite and best player without a major title, got off to a sluggish start with a 73.
World No. 1 Luke Donald, who’s never been much of a factor in the majors, got off to a respectable start with a 70. But Phil Mickelson, the runner-up a year ago at Royal St. George’s, made a total mess of things at the far end of the course and posted an ugly 73.
PGA: Jason Bohn shot an 8-under 64 to take an early lead at the True South Classic before heavy rain halted play in Madison, Miss. Luke Guthrie, a 22-year-old in just his third professional tournament, opened with a 65.
U.S. Girls’ Junior: Casie Cathrea of Livermore won twice to earn a quarterfinal match against defending champion Ariya Jutanugarn at Lake Merced Golf Club in Daly City.
Cathrea, 16, scraped out a 2-and-1 victory over Karen Chung of New Jersey in the second round, then came back in the afternoon to thrash Anne Freman of Las Vegas (6 and 4). Jutanugarn, a 16-year-old from Thailand, cruised to two easy wins and will meet Cathrea in Friday’s first quarterfinal at 7:45 a.m.
Lydia Ko, the world’s No. 1-ranked women’s amateur, advanced to the quarters with a 2-and-1 victory over Nicole Morales of New York. Earlier in the day, Morales eliminated Kathleen Scavo of Benicia (3 and 2).
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