Joomsphere Media is looking for a content writer

Joomsphere Media is looking for a content writer to help market their website. ABOUT THE COMPANY Joomsphere company is a Singapore based firm provides best SEO, e-commerce web design and development services at low prices. We work with our clients to create an exceptional marketing strategy to drive customer awareness, grow revenue, and increase sales. By […]

Netelixir is looking for a paid search writer

Are you an employee champion who wants to be a part of one of the fastest growing digital marketing agencies in North America? We’re looking for a passionate individual to use their researching, writing, and editing skills in this exciting industry. ABOUT THE COMPANY NetElixir is an independent growth marketing agency for leading retail, DTC, […]

Inscents Waterfall Inc is looking for an e-commerce copywriter

Inscents Waterfall Inc is looking for an e-commerce copywriter. The ideal candidate is a creative team player, talented wordsmith, and grammar sleuth. You will be responsible for developing marketing and communications content that will separate us from the crowd. ABOUT THE COMPANY We at Inscents Waterfall are dedicated to providing you with top-rated, versatile and […]

Business Insider seeks tech reporter to cover Amazon and e-commerce

Business Insider is hiring a full-time tech reporter to cover the business of Amazon and the ecommerce space more broadly. This person will cover all things Amazon, from bizarre items selling on its website to its ever-changing Marketplace platform. This reporter will be responsible for covering the daily news related to the company, but will […]

Walmart posts gains in second quarter earnings

Walmart on Thursday reported second-quarter earnings that topped expectations and raised its outlook for the full year, building on the momentum in its core U.S. business, online operations and investments in grocery, reports CNBC. It marked the 20th consecutive quarter of sales gains in the U.S. for Walmart and its 19th quarter of traffic growth on […]

Nike sprints into a kids subscription service

Hey kids, Nike wants you! The No. 1 sneaker retailer in the U.S. is launching a subscription service for kids called Nike Adventure Club, reports CNBC. It will allow parents to order shoes for their kids ages two to 10 either on a quarterly, bimonthly or monthly basis, paying monthly fees of $20, $30 or […]

FedEx drops delivery venture with Amazon

FedEx will no longer provide its ground delivery services to Amazon as the latter’s own fleet is turning into a threat for the company. Joseph Pisani had the news for the AP: FedEx says it will no longer make ground deliveries for Amazon as the online shopping giant builds its own fleet and becomes more […]

S&P Global welcomes Katie Arcieri as e-commerce reporter

S&P Global has hired Katie Arcieri as its new e-commerce reporter, where she will cover breaking news and major E-commerce developments and trends. Arcieri previously worked at The Washington Business Journal, where she covered economic development and commercial real estate in the Washington, D.C. area. Prior to The Washington Business Journal, Arcieri worked for more […]