I’m sure you remember eBay as the go to ‘online marketplace’ to sell all the things you no longer had a use for and at the time it was a pretty revolutionary business model, but if we were to ask you today, ‘what do you think of eBay?’, we’re pretty sure you wouldn’t have the […]

The new Google Shopping channel arrived on Wednesday this week and so far we’ve seen a mixed reaction.You could be excused for not seeing at first glance that anything had changed, as the results look fairly similar to those that went before. The key difference here is that there is a ‘sponsored’ icon in the […]

Yesterday saw the introduction of the new Google shopping channel in the UK, bringing a development from the US over here for the first time. . The idea is simple, to make the shopping experience better for end users by presenting data in a structured format which is more helpful. To do this Google now […]

Great news today as Aqueous SEO welcomes on board Jamie our new Search Analyst. Jamie is a local Runcorn lad and comes to us with a background in IT, website building and SEO and adds a wealth of talent to the team. . Jamie has recently been working on a range of e-commerce sites and […]

(Source: Bangkok Post)By Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Bangkok Post, Thailand June 24–Local small and medium-sized software operators are being encouraged to expand into e-commerce with the help of new business loans and support from two state agencies responsible for the software business. The Software Industry Promotion Agency (SIPA) and Software Park Thailand aim to expand the value […]