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Ross Kramer, CEO of Listrak told Multichannel Merchant during IRCE 2015 that consumers are embracing mobile at an increasingly high rate. See what else he shares about the biggest trends in ecommerce today.
Product recommendations are essential to the overall shopping experience. Consumers want merchandise selected based on their own shopping habits. See how these retailers are effectively using product recommendations.
OverstockArt.com has launched its 2015 summer art catalog. The new online catalog showcases a line of hand-painted fine art productions and is the latest addition to the retailer’s multiple online resources. See what the new catalog will mean for the company.
Product recommendations and ratings and reviews are both an important part of the personalized customer experience. Using these two tactics allows your customers to make smart purchase decisions and keeps them loyal to your brand. Using ratings and reviews as a strategy helps leverage product recommendations to show high-rated products more often.
In an email this week, flash sale apparel retailer Rue La La spoke out about the shooting last week at Emmanuel AME Church in Charleston, SC in which nine people were shot dead by a lone gunman.
While Pinterest continues to be the brand’s top source of referral traffic and revenue, the designer is now finding that Instagram is important for future growth. See how Moorea Seal benefits from using Instagram.
Ian MacDonald, director of ecommerce for Silver Star Brands talks trends in ecommerce at IRCE2015. Hear what he is seeing in the retail industry.
What do you do with all that data you have? Are you leveraging the data to provide a personalized shopping experience? Here is what you need to know about using big data to your customer’s advantage.
Amazon saw “skyrocketing” sales of Confederate flags after other retailers decided to stop selling them, spiking an amazing 3,000% in 24 hours.
Williams-Sonoma and Visa Checkout announced a partnership that allows videos to be shoppable using a new technology from YouTube, which is now live on the Williams-Sonoma website. See how the shoppable videos are beneficial for the brand and its customers.
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