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Miva Merchant ranks No. 1,996 on the 2014 Inc. 500|5000 List of Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America.
For the third straight year, Inc. Magazine has named Miva Merchant as one of the fastest-growing private companies in the nation. Now in its 33rd year, the Inc. 500│5000 List is an exclusive listing comprised of the leading companies and drivers of the U.S. economy. The list ranks companies according to their overall revenue growth over the last three years.
Miva Merchant, a leading supplier of e-commerce software and services for small and medium-sized businesses with over $100 billion in online sales since 1997, today announced a new strategic partnership with social commerce platform Social Rebate. Effective immediately, Miva Merchant clients will have access to Social Rebate’s proprietary plug-in which allows brands to reward customers with instant cash rebates for sharing purchases on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Google+ and more.
Miva Merchant 9 is the most significant upgrade to the Miva Merchant ecommerce platform since its original launch in 1997. This is an in-place upgrade, which means that all Miva storeowners will be able to simply hit a button and have their ecommerce platform seamlessly update, without having to rebuild their stores, a feature which is unparalleled in the ecommerce world.
Ecommerce may mean a loss of sales for some brick and mortar stores, but for businesses that rely on shipping products door to door, such as FedEx and UPS, ecommerce is a boon. However, FedEx’s previous method of charging by size alone has caused the company to restructure their pricing strategy. Now, FedEx and UPS have announced that they will be charging by the dimensions of the package, in addition to the weight of the contents.
As an online business owner, it would seem common knowledge to jump on board and get your business seen and heard. In fact, marketers spent $2.8 billion on video ads last year, and eMarketer projects that number will reach $8 billion by 2016. Is it possible that there is a piece of the information that is missing? Perhaps it is too good to be true.
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