Posts Tagged ‘e-commerce’

The down low on use taxes

Internet purchases often escape sales taxes. Following the 1992 decision of the United States Supreme Court in Quill Corporation v. North Dakota, it is settled law that if a retailer does not have a physical presence in a state, it has no duty to collect a sales tax on items shipped to a purchaser in […] [...]

Google shares the ‘how-to’s’ of getting your business found online

by Published: August 12,2012

Tags: e-commerce, Google, small business

As a measure of the speed at which the digital age is changing how Americans shop, consider that in just a few months more people are expected to search for products from their phones than personal computers. Cyber marketing specialist Drew Tonsmeire says he can’t under-emphasize the urgency for Mississippi businesses to prepare for the […] [...]

Q&A: Brad McMullan, President, Buy From A Christian, LLC

by Published: November 13,2011

Tags:, Brad McMullan, Buy From A Christian LLC, e-commerce, Q&A

McMullan has built business that now serves 135 countries Jackson resident and former WAPT anchor Brand McMullan is the co-founder and now full-time president of Buy From A Christian, LLC, the parent company of faith-based e-commerce site The site, which now has visitors from 135 countries and 50 states, ranks No. 1 out of […] [...]

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