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Pizza via emoji: Marketers ride texting craze with branded icons

Companies are jumping into the emoji phenomenon. Domino's lets you order a pizza by tweeting the pizza icon, while other brands like M&M's and 1-800-Flowers are making their own emoji keyboards.

By May 20, 2015

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Pizza via emoji: Marketers ride texting craze with branded icons

Companies are jumping into the emoji phenomenon. Domino's lets you order a pizza by tweeting the pizza icon, while other brands like M&M's and 1-800-Flowers are making their own emoji keyboards.

By May 20, 2015

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Flowers, greetings cross-pollinate online

1-800-Flowers.com and American Greetings' three Web sites will combine forces under a new partnership between the companies.

By August 28, 2002

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1-800-Flowers buys children's site

1-800-Flowers has acquired The Children's Group, a company which specializes in direct marketing for children's gifts, from Foster & Gallagher, a privately held direct marketer of horticulture products. The deal was announced Friday but terms were not disclosed. By acquiring The Children's Group, which reported about $30 million in revenues last year, 1-800-Flowers obtains information on about two million potential customers and 200,000 square foot distribution center in Vandalia, Ohio. 1-800-Flowers has continued to expand its non-flower gifts, the company said.

By June 8, 2001

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Surviving the dot-com deluge

The Net was the best thing that ever happened to 1-800-Flowers, and CEO Jim McCann figured that out early on--that's one reason why his company flourished before, during and after the cybermeltdown of 2001.

By November 30, 2001

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The Starting Line: Surviving the dot-com deluge

The Internet was the best thing that ever happened to 1-800-Flowers, and CEO Jim McCann figured that out early on--that's one reason why his company flourished before, during and after the cybermeltdown of 2001.

By November 30, 2001

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Short Take: 1-800-Flowers.com to bloom on AOL

Online flower retailer 1-800-Flowers.com announced today a 4-year, $37 million marketing agreement with America Online. As part of the pact, which is a continuation of earlier agreements, for the next four years, 1-800-Flowers.com will be the exclusive retailer of fresh-cut flowers on the AOL proprietary service, AOL.com, Netscape, Netcenter, ICQ, and other AOL properties. 1-800-Flowers.com will also be the exclusive seller in the gardening area of the AOL sites for one year.

September 14, 1999

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Flower sites' IPOs blossom

1-800-Flowers is the latest Internet florist to file for an initial public offering.

By May 21, 1999

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1-800-Flowers expands with gift portal

E-commerce pioneer 1-800-Flowers.com expands its product lines and retools its Web storefront in a move to become what the company calls a "gifting portal."

July 16, 1999

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Short Take: IDT, 1-800-FLOWERS ink telephony deal

1-800-FLOWERS has agreed to use IDT's Click2Talk voice-over-Internet technology on its website. Click2Talk, by IDT's Internet telephony division Net2Phone, allows users to talk to the floral delivery company's customer service representatives while online, and allows international callers to access U.S.-based toll-free phone numbers from abroad. 1-800-FLOWERS, with $300 million in sales, is one of the largest florists in the world.

November 12, 1998