Monthly Archives: March 2013

“Amazon Tax” Case

Amazon Tax Case

The “Amazon Tax” case resurfaced in the New York Times on March 28, 2013. The Times reported that online retailers and Overstock had recently lost their lawsuit against the New York State’s Department of Finance involving the collection of sales tax on New York State Customers. This is significant news to brick and mortar businesses that feel that they are in competition with Amazon as this outcome can been seen as a “fairer playing field”. This is also significant news to small businesses that operate e-commerce Web sites which may not have a physical presence in the State of New York but have customers in the state. Continue reading

Shopping for Web Design, Web Development, Website Redesign

Web Design, Web Development Shopping Advice

In this article, your will find some valuable information while shopping for Web Design, Web Development, or Website Redesign services. There are some things you can do to make shopping for a website-related services better. We’ve developed a short list for you. Follow it and you will find that your project will go much smoother, your website will come out better and you will have a better overall experience.

Here is the list: Continue reading

Dynamic Websites and Its Pro’s and Con’s

Dynamic Websites and Their Pro's and Con's

Continued from the previous article “Static Websites Its Pro’s and Con’s“.

Dynamic websites are the websites with the “fancy” features and functions. Some of the dynamic websites you are likely familiar with are Amazon,, ebay, Google, Wikipedia, etc. Dynamic websites are not just for big companies or big e-commerce websites/businesses, they also work for and are used by many small businesses. (This blog is a dynamic website.) Continue reading

U.S. E-commerce Sees Double-Digit Growth

E-commerce sees double-digit growth!

According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. e-commerce sees double-digit growth! For the past three years, U.S. e-commerce retail sales have grown 15% or more!:

  • 15.8% increase to $225.54 billion in 2012
  • 15.2% increase to $194.69 billion in 2011
  • 16.3% increase to $168.96 billion in 2010 Continue reading