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Retail Facebook posts used to be all about driving sales. But now, retailers are finding the right balance between promotional posts and fun things that are shareworthy. In this post, the staff of Multichannel Merchant shares retail Facebook posts it finds interesting, informative and fun.
With the merger, JustFab and ShoeDazzle will be able to expand their customer base in the United States and further accelerate international and category expansion plans, as well as leverage significant scale and operational synergies.
Newegg, Inc. (www.newegg.com), the leading electronics-focused e-retailer in the United States, today announced announced that its first ever pop-up store will be open for three days on August 16-18 in The Oaks shopping center in Thousand Oaks, California. Newegg’s exclusive store event will feature over 70 products from Intel, Samsung, Sony, WD and more. Customers […]
AdamAndEve.com reported strong sales and profits in its second quarter of 2013. The company reported a 12% increase from Q2 2012.
With the 2013 holiday season right around the corner, we thought we would share the most current industry customer-centric best practices to increase sales and shopper loyalty. You’ll find no faster, more proven way to drive up to 25% higher revenue this holiday season than by ensuring your marketing is comprehensively customer-obsessed.
Amazon announced on July 29 that it is creating more than 5,000 new full-time jobs in its U.S. fulfillment network to meet growing customer demand. Fulfillment associates and lead fulfillment associates are being hired at 17 fulfillment centers across 10 states.
A new survey has revealed that shoppers will have their eyes on back-to-school deals this summer shopping season. According to the survey conducted by PriceGrabber, results also indicate that 68% of consumers plan to spend up to $500 this season compared up from 63% in 2012.
The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee wants the USPS to eliminate to-the-door mail delivery and replace it with curbside and cluster box delivery. That may have an effect on how merchants mail catalogs to prospects and customers alike.
In this July 25 webinar, an Amazon expert who’s worked with sellers for more than 10 years unveils the most common Amazon slip-ups that merchants make without knowing it.
The FTC has drawn a big, red line clarifying what some marketers considered “debatable” in the past. If your agency and partners haven’t explained these new rules to you yet, you should be concerned.