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We do live in an omnichannel world, but it can still be surprising to learn how many online retailers are experimenting with brick and mortar. Here are 5 ways these online to offline innovators are offering the next wave of the omnichannel experience.
Some retailers have tapped into this new era of omnichannel marketing by collaborating very directly with customers. Using mobile technology combined with in-store experience, they are able to tap into the collective genius of customers. Here are five examples you need to check out.
But understanding who you are as a brand and organization is the first step to delivering a superior customer experience. You don’t have to be all things to all people. You have to be the right things to the right people.
The customer experience is one of constant change. And customers are expecting retailers to keep up, regardless of the channel. Here are a few things we might get to see in 2014.
When rolling out a new or refreshed ecommerce platform, it’s important to receive the “All Ok!” from Quality Assurance testers.
Back to school shopping is the first “season” to set the stage for how to serve your multichannel customers. With the expected revenue of more than $26 billion from this season alone, parents admit to more mobile price checking while in-store. Consider what parents and students are really seeking.
Convenience is continuing as a key driver in loyalty for most customers. With busier schedules and comfort with ecommerce, customers are choosing those brands who provide convenience in the way they like – not the other way around. Convenience, according to Merriam-Webster, is “something (as an appliance, device, or service) conducive to comfort or ease.” […]
by Andy Henshaw
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by Channie Mize
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