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Introducing 411: Fulltext Ecommerce News on the Go

We’re excited to announce EcommerceBytes 411, a new publication launching in the first week of September 2016 that will cover ecommerce news and analysis for the independent seller. You can sign up now at a special introductory rate of $49/year.

EcommerceBytes 411 will bring you the full text of news stories critical to your online business. It’s a truly mobile publication that has been frequently requested by our readers.

Read the full articles in your email inbox, whether you’re on your desktop, tablet, or smartphone. And because it’s fulltext, you can read it offline in your email client (or printed out on paper).

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We will still post abbreviated articles on our website and in the EcommerceBytes Newsflash newsletter, but only EcommerceBytes 411 newsletter subscribers will have immediate access to all of the content in full, including news, analysis, and editorial commentary.

EcommerceBytes 411 will also include convenient links to Blog posts, Letters to the Editor, and EKG reports that will remain available to all website visitors.

We are also introducing a new feature: as a paid subscriber, you will receive 411 alerts when important news breaks that could impact your business. You’ll be the first to learn when eBay, Amazon, and Etsy make major policy or fee changes, when shipping rates are going up, or when a major glitch hits a shopping site or selling tool – minutes after we learn about it!

If you subscribe to EcommerceBytes, you already know what sets us apart. This letter from a reader about our coverage of a recent event impacting merchants sums it up: “This developing story, which is so important to me and tens of thousands of other sellers, has been almost completely ignored in the press and even in business reporting. EcommerceBytes is one of the few places I can go to reassure myself that these problems are real and affecting many people.”

With your support and the continued support of our sponsors, we’ll intensify our investment in research and reporting – our core mission has always been to ask the tough questions and report back to you with the answers.

Note that the cost of a subscription related to your business or hobby may be tax-deductible.

To learn more and sign up, visit the 411 Subscription page

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Ina Steiner is co-founder and Editor of EcommerceBytes and has been reporting on ecommerce since 1999. Send news tips to ina@ecommercebytes.com.


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