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One of the goals of almost every merchant is to get the front and back end of the business working together seamlessly. The quickest and easiest way to do that, according to Wrigleyville Sports, is to get the entire team on the same page and sharing ideas on shipping, inventory, and ecommerce as a whole. Here’s why your front and back-ends need to be on the same page.
Ecommerce sales grew more than 30% globally for big-box chain Walmart in the second quarter of fiscal year 2014, according to a recent earnings call transcript.
Consumers of Yankee Candle are using multiple devices when they are considering purchasing a product.
What merchants are offering with product videos and what shoppers are expecting may be two different things.
What merchants are offering with product videos and what shoppers are expecting may be two different things. This infographic by Invodo takes a look at what merchants are offering versus what consumers want in a product video.
The infographic shows that 71% of consumers say video the best way to bring product features to life and 40% of retailers are aware that videos actually work when it comes to increased purchases.
Shoe company Dansko looked for a different approach to increase efficiency in warehouse automation and in doing so, the company looked no further than from Kiva Systems.
I recently found out about Amazon Collections and thought it was another great concept for Amazon to take part in. I personally spend a lot of my free time on the Amazon site looking for products, comparing prices with other major retailers or simply looking through the book section for new releases and New York Times Best Sellers.
The search term “textbooks” was the top searched keyword for back-to-school, according to a blog post by AdGooroo who decided to examine paid search trends from last summer to predict the 2013 back-to-school retail season.
Teenagers are headed back-to-school tech savvy and ready to go, after a recent back-to-school survey found that teenagers are focused on gadgets such as smartphones, laptops and tablets.
Retail spending is constantly changing. Americans in 2012 spent $4.3 trillion on retail purchases. For ecommerce more than 5% or $225 billion was spent on ecommerce sites.