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3 Reasons Amazon Shouldn’t Be Your Only Sales Channel

 John Di Giacomo: Hey, everyone. My name is John Di Giacomo. I’m an attorney with Revision Legal. We are an internet law firm, and we handle a lot of Amazon stuff. And today, I want to talk to you about three reasons you shouldn’t make Amazon your only sales John Di Giacomo: Hey, everyone. My name is John Di Giacomo. I’m an attorney with Revision Legal. We are an internet law firm, and we handle a lot of Amazon stuff. And today, I want to talk to you about three reasons you shouldn’t make Amazon your only sales

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Intellectual Property and E-commerce Shops

If you’re the owner of an e-commerce shop, you deal with intellectual property everyday. Intellectual property refers to the creations of the human mind. This includes symbols, images, names, inventions, and literary and artistic works. Intellectual property rights refer to the exclusive rights given to the creator for a specificIf you’re the owner of an e-commerce shop, you deal with intellectual property everyday. Intellectual property refers to the creations of the human mind. This includes symbols, images, names, inventions, and literary and artistic works. Intellectual property rights refer to the exclusive rights given to the creator for a specific

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How to Respond to a Breach of Customer Data

How do you respond to a breach of customer data? If you operate an ecommerce store, you need to know. Revision Legal partner John DiGiacomo has published another article on Practical Ecommerce: How to Respond to a Breach of Customer Data. Data breaches seem to be the norm these days, whetherHow do you respond to a breach of customer data? If you operate an ecommerce store, you need to know. Revision Legal partner John DiGiacomo has published another article on Practical Ecommerce: How to Respond to a Breach of Customer Data. Data breaches seem to be the norm these days, whether

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How to Protect Against Scraping of Prices, SKUs

John DiGiacomo has a new article published on PracticalEcommerce.com: How to Protect Against Scraping of Prices, SKUs. ….storeowners will often scrape prices from their competitors’ websites. By analyzing this data, storeowners can reduce their cart abandonment rates, obtain insight into their competitors’ inventory, and ensure that their goods are competitivelyJohn DiGiacomo has a new article published on PracticalEcommerce.com: How to Protect Against Scraping of Prices, SKUs. ….storeowners will often scrape prices from their competitors’ websites. By analyzing this data, storeowners can reduce their cart abandonment rates, obtain insight into their competitors’ inventory, and ensure that their goods are competitively