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J Crew website experiences glitches on Black Friday

Getty Images A J. Crew store in New York City. J. Crew said it was having technical difficulties with its website on Black Friday as customers took to social media to complain that they couldn’t sign in or complete orders. Shoppers said on Twitter that they were running into errors, couldn’t load items into their shopping carts and had other ... Read More »

What’s Your Favorite Website Builder Tool?

Even if you’re not selling anything there, your business website is probably the most effective marketing tool you own right now. But unless you’re adept at building websites on a professional level or that’s your business, it is probably one area where you need help the most. That’s why, this week, we asking you what website builder platform or app ... Read More »

Pros and Cons of DIY Website Builders Versus Custom Websites

A website is your place of business on the internet. And simply by being on the internet, you give your business the opportunity to grow. But some business owners may still ask the question, “Does my business really need a website?” The answer in most cases is yes. A website brings advantages that are hard to beat. A website gives ... Read More »

Ways to Make Your Website More Appealing

Have you had the same website for many years? If this is the case, you need to make it more current. Otherwise, people who visit your site are going to think that your company is stuck in the past. There are a wide variety of ways that you can make your site more attractive. You just need to decide the ... Read More »

Tesco pulls Unilever goods from website over price row

Tesco (TSCO.L), Britain’s biggest grocery chain, has pulled dozens of Unilever (ULVR.L) (UNc.AS) brand products from its website after a disagreement over prices in the wake of a partly Brexit-driven slump in the British currency. The dispute between two of Britain’s best-known companies shows how the UK’s decision to quit the European Union has exacerbated tensions between suppliers and retailers, ... Read More »