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FedEx said it expects to see a 13% increase compared to last year
The holiday shopping season is right around the corner and understanding the importance of mobile ecommerce is critical. Take a look at this infographic created by Shopify, which shows the expected mcommerce trends that will occur over this holiday season.
When it comes to the social media patterns of business-to-business customers, it’s hard to understand who is using what and why. Take a look at this infographic from the eCreative Internet Marketing Blog to get a better insight on you customers social behavior.
Will merchants be the big winners this holiday season? They just might since many, including Amazon, Walmart, Target, The Limited and Kohls, have announced major increases in seasonal employment this year.
Even though several U.S.-based retailers are getting into shipping products internationally, in order to see an increase in revenue, retailers need to stay up-to-speed on the marketing, shipping protocols, and what their customers want.
Besides creating interesting, relevant and timely content on their site, business-to-business bloggers need to pay special attention to this infographic from Eloquoa which points out some of the main mechanics that go into creating that perfect b-to-b blog post.
Mobile thinking and social media are just some of the things you need to be thinking about when looking into effective mobile SEO strategies, according to a presentation at the Search Marketing Expo East event in New York City by Adam Riff, SVP of digital strategy with MediaWhiz.
With the launch of its Gifts program last month and Collections this week, Facebook is stepping up its focus in the ecommerce arena. But the move might not just been a win for the social media monster, retailers could reap the rewards too.
Mall-based shoe company Bakers Footwear announced that has filed for bankruptcy protection this week due, in large part, to declining sales. The retailer had, in August, anticipated a major restructuring and cut about one-third of its workforce.