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There are different ways merchants can attract the mobile shopper, but it may take a little work. In a recent interview at IRCE 2013, Ken Burke, founder and executive chairman of Marketlive, offered 5 ways merchants can begin attracting consumers via mobile devices.
When thinking of ways to attract the mobile shopper, Bare Necessities’ chief marketing officer Jay Dunn is looking at it from a different perspective. In this video, Dunn explains why the user behavior on a smartphone differs from consumers using a tablet and consumers using a desktop or laptop.
With the holidays steadily approaching, it is important to just get a video online to boost conversion rates for your retail business. This is the advice Simon Mutlu, vice-president of sales for LiveClicker,offered during a recent interview.
BooJee Beads, a maker of decorative lanyards and ID badge holders, saw an increase in the conversion rates of visitors who watched video after it was added to each of its product pages. Here’s how conversion rates of product pages with video differed from product pages without them.
The holidays will be here before we know it, so as you prepare for the rush, you will want to think of proactive ways to handle shipping this year. The holidays will be here before we know it, so as you prepare for the rush, you will want to think of proactive ways to handle shipping this year. Find out ways you can create engagement, boost sales and get your site ready to master the holiday rush.
Abercrombie & Fitch Co. reported strong growth in its direct-to-consumer business in China, according to its second quarter report.
Pet products merchants Ruffwear, Dog is Good, Pet Lifestyle And You and Pup-Pee Solutions have found ways to differentiate themselves and succeed in business. Here’s what these four merchants are doing to differentiate themselves in the crowded pet products category.
Online sales saw significant gains for back-to-school in July and through the third week of August, according to a recent IBM Digital Analytics Benchmark report. IBM attributed back-to-school gains to double-digit growth in mobile sales.
Barnes & Noble reported a decrease in sales of 8.5% reaching $1.3 billion for its first quarter 2013, compared to last year, according to a press release.
Staples saw a decrease of 2% reaching $2.4 million in overall sales for North American stores, while online sales grew 3%, according to a press release.