One common question that has come is what stores can do if they have "personal" eRobertParker.com subscriptions, which they want to convert to "commercial" subscriptions. This is the process laid out by the eRobertParker.com team: The first step is to set up your new Commercial Subscription with a different username from your existing Personal Subscription. Once the Commercial account is created we can cancel your Personal Subscription and credit 1/2 the time to your new Comm
I'm afraid this email has been a long time coming. We tried the carrot and most of your bit, but at long lastThe Wine Advocate has begun to employ the stick for those who held out. If you received a polite email from Matilda @ RobertParker.com saying that you have Wine Advocate scores on your website without a commercial subscription, then it is time to make a choice. Either you need to pay $200/yr for a commercial subscription to eRobertParker.com, or we need to turn off the
Shopping carts are littering the internet; the question is whether they represent an opportunity to increase sales. This can be a charged discussion that provokes a range of strong opinions. Merchants may see the abandoned carts as representing time wasters, or as money left on the table that they should grab. Consumers either had no intention of buying something and don’t want to be hassled, or they welcome a chance to reengage with a merchant especially if offered a discoun
We hope you’re all well! In the past couple of weeks we have had a number of announcement-worthy things to occur that we wanted to share with you:
Bon Voyage, Simon!
As many of you know, Simon Lee has left our support/project management team as of last Friday. In the meantime, all of his e-mails will forward to the other members of the team. So if you’ve e-mailed Simon you may see Andrew Hammond or James Laurenti replying in his place. Additionally, Ian Tjornhom, our co