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No matter where you are in your planning, there are ways to ensure your 2015 holiday season truly sparkles. Here are four to-dos for your holiday planning strategy.
The shopping cart represents a pivotal moment in online shopping. The customer has found your site, narrowed down items of interest, and actually carted a product. But strange things can happen in the cart. See what types of things can happen and how to avoid them.
As you begin to plan for the holiday season, be sure to look for ways to strengthen the foundation of your commerce marketing. Here are several tips that will make the holidays brighter for your business.
All roads on the path to purchase intersect in the shopping cart, the chaotic hub of ecommerce activity that represents the buying moment of truth. Here are a few ways to reach the shopper who plans to view their cart later on a different device.
It’s easy to overthink and overcomplicate mobile optimization initiatives. New devices are being introduced all of the time. Here are three ways to maximize the mobile inbox.
Consumers expect seamless multi-device, cross-channel interaction with their favorite brands. They no longer need to be “savvy shoppers” to find a better deal. Here are ways consumers will drive change in 2016.
Retailers are encouraged to set up automated emails that are triggered throughout the purchase path and a post-purchase email series to extend engagement after an order has been submitted. But if you’re not careful, this is where you can begin to creep out your customers.
With Valentine’s Day approaching, how are you sharing some love with your subscribers? Here are three ways to show them what you have done for them lately.
Are you getting ready to help shoppers shop for Valentine’s Day? Shoppers have shifted already from gifts for under the tree to finding the perfect romantic gift for that special someone.
Consumers expect a seamless shopping experience across devices and channels. Retailers must meet this expectation or lose customers. While this statement should get your planning team talking, there are subtleties in this simple statement that can be easily overlooked and should be explored in more detail during your planning process.
by David Fish
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