There’s an e-commerce revolution coming that will further blur the boundaries that have traditionally existed between buyers and sellers. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, but it may take some getting used to in terms of its potential impact on the relationships people have with one another on social networks.
Want to sell something on your website? It's easier than ever these days. Thanks to a growing number of APIs that are nothing short of "money," you can start collecting some green yourself (ProgrammableWeb now lists over 100 e-commerce related APIs). This post will cover some of these APIs, as part of our Site in a Box series.
Need to buy a real ladder rather than climb a career ladder in Manhattan, but don't know where to shop? Or maybe you need the latest electronic gadget. Or maybe one of a few other billion possibilities? Goodzer can show you just where to buy --in Manhattan and anywhere else in the US, for that matter--and buy almost anything else while you are at it. With over 2.5 billion products listed in over half a million stores throughout the US, finding what you need in the bricks and mortar world could approach the convenience of online shopping--without the shipping delay.