Ecommerce Industry Roundup – Week of 2/20/12

The headlines that grabbed our attention this past week:

Pinterest Pins Are on 9% of the Top Online Retail Sites via Mashable – About 9% of the top online retailers are offering Pinterest pins on their sites, according to a researcher.  Among the list, which was based on Internet Retailer magazine’s ranking, are Etsy, Tory Burch, Hanes, Barneys New York and Aeropostale.

Big 4 Sites Control Future Of E-commerce via MediaPost – Half of all online shoppers start their search on: Google, Amazon, Apple, or Facebook.

3 Tips for Getting Started with Subscriptions via Practical Ecommerce – Product and service subscriptions give ecommerce businesses a reliable flow of revenue, predictable inventory requirements, and the opportunity to cut costs. Here are three tips for getting started with subscriptions.

NBA Turns To Twitter, TechCrunch Disrupt Winner Shaker For A More Social All-Star Game via TechCrunch – The NBA is stepping up its social media coverage of the All-Star game this year, and made some crowdsourcing-type (or should we say dunk-sourcing) changes to the Slam Dunk Contest.

alice + olivia Spring 2012 Video “Get Into Our Pants” – A MUST SEE video from our friends at alice + olivia for their upcoming spring 2012 campaign.

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