Virtual Storefront

Virtual Storefront

A website that allows a person to research, order and pay for a good online. For example, one may visit a website to find a book, read reviews and then purchase it. See also: Virtual mall.
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The Interactive Intelligence MarketPlace is a virtual storefront offering applications, packaged integrations, process templates, custom reports, dashboards, web services and other products that complement the Interactive Intelligence collaboration, communications and customer engagement solutions.
com to find colorful Easter eggs hidden within the virtual storefront.
They utilize virtual worlds for training or to extend their brand with a virtual storefront, the same way they may have experimented with a Web page back in 1995.
For example, Gralla covers prohibited items, preparing/finding items for sale, buying everything from autos to tickets with minimum risk, and setting up a virtual storefront.
Entrepreneurs can set up a virtual storefront for free to market their products or services through e-commerce.
The move is an outgrowth of Service Merchandise's strategy to build a virtual storefront online that offers a massive SKU selection from a host of vendors that outshines competitive offerings.
Digital video advertisers and virtual storefront merchandizers presided over a collective marketplace worth $12.
BrandFuel also delivers ecommerce and virtual storefront solutions, marketing support, reliability, and inspiration.
com)-- Form-A-Corp has recently announced the launch of their new virtual storefront.
Created for both buyers and sellers, the virtual storefront provides true inspiration for upcoming wedding celebrations.
In return, CHA members will receive an ArtFire Pro account, which will allow users to create a fully customizable virtual storefront on ArtFire to sell their crafts or supplies at an ongoing discounted monthly membership rate if they sign up before August 31, 2010.
Still, at a time when independent specialty retailers are being driven out of the market in droves by shrinking profit margins, Davis said a virtual storefront made more economic sense than opening a traditional shop on Main Street.

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