Now that our acquisition of Shop.com is complete, you’re all probably wondering what’s next, right? Merging two companies and integrating technologies can be a challenging task. Recently, Market America was profiled in Internet Retailer on our acquisition of Shop.com and what this means going forward. More importantly, they covered our three-part technology integration plan — which we will be rolling out over the next couple of quarters to help with the integration and also help us to expand deeper into Europe.
The next couple of quarters at Market America should be very exciting – just think, all of the new features that you’ll be able to offer your customers when they shop via your web portal! Read More
Wanted to take a quick moment and share with everyone an excerpt that appeared in a local University textbook in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on Internet retailer, Market America. I’ve included an image below of the excerpt which is from the book, Leadership: Theory, Application, and Skill Development by Robert N. Lussier. How exciting!
Internet retailer, Market America, recently presented at the 2010 Performance Marketing Expo. Take a moment and check-out a short clip from super-affiliate, Market America talking about what methods they utilize to help manage thousands of partner store relationships on a daily basis.
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Earlier this week, Internet retailer, Market America was named to the Triad Business Journal’s Fast 50. This is the 6th year that Market America has been named to the Triad’s Fast 50 list. Take a moment to read through our growth story from this past year and to see where we’re at and what countries we have our sites set on next.
Congratulations everyone for their hard work and dedication, as Market America continues to make things bigger, better, faster and easier for anyone looking to shop on the Internet!
At the 2010 Market America International Convention, President and CEO, JR Ridinger, demonstrated the power of Internet Retailer and product brokerage company, Market America. In this video, JR Ridinger shows you how being a product brokerage company can help you enter into a number of different markets — without the excessive overhead often associated with each one.
Take a moment to watch this classic skit, as JR Ridinger compares Market America to a gigantic octopus that can offer entrepreneurs the ability to work across different markets and greater returns.
In just a few short weeks, the 2010 Market America International Convention will be taking place in Greensboro, North Carolina. This should turn-out to be the best International Convention yet in the history of the company.
Not only will attendees have the opportunity to learn about new products, services and enhancements to help grow your UnFranchise® business, but there will be a host of other surprises in-store for attendees.
Topics covered (*subject to change):
UnFranchise® Business Presentation: Bring your guests to evaluate Market America’s powerful business. We are doing the BLITZ tour presentation and Paid to Shop on Saturday.
Paid to Shop Program — Enhancements to the program, new Paid to be Online program.
Tuesday evening in a crowded room, Amanda Ridinger, the woman behind Conquer Entertainment, introduced their UMO training in conjunction with Internet retailer, Market America to a packed crowd. For those of you that are unfamiliar with the term UMO, it stands for University Major Overview and it is a driving force for entrepreneurs looking to find a focus towards earning their financial freedom.
Not only were attendants treated to a night where Amanda detailed how Conquer Entertainment would benefit the artist, but she also showed how non-musicians could also take advantage of this new program as well (building a business and helping to create a stream of residual income in the process). Read More
As I’m sure that most of you are aware by now, Internet retailer, Market America, is on the fast track to success, climbing Internet Retailer’s Top 500 list. After debuting at #66 in 2008, we jumped 12 more spots in 2009, climbing to #54 on Internet Retailer’s Top 100 list based on 2009 sales figures. We’re extremely excited about the recent news. In fact, this is nothing short of remarkable!
If you dig a little bit deeper though, you’ll find the main reason for this jump. In just one year, our sales grew more than 34 percent!
That’s more growth than Amazon, Wal-mart, Apple, Best Buy or any other online retailer currently ranked in the Top 25.