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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.
A burnt turkey. A lump of coal. An ISP block. All of these can ruin your holidays faster than a nor’easter drops snow. Here are seven things you can do to minimize deliverability risks during the holidays, and keep consumers from blocking your emails.
You may not have the time and resources to commit to a pre-holiday responsive design email overhaul, but with the full frenzy of the holiday season still a few weeks away, you do have time to ensure your mobile users have a fun and functional inbox experience by avoiding these un-merry mobile mistakes.
Most marketers focus early holiday planning on campaign and promotional details because they influence almost every detail in marketing efforts and are essential for driving sales. However, there are other factors that can be easily overlooked that can also help shape the success of the busiest time of the year.
It can be a struggle for ecommerce marketers to simply start your holiday planning, especially when you are likely more focused on trying to squeeze in one more trip to the beach. The fact is, you need to start your holiday planning now.
The technology to connect your site to your stores has rapidly evolved and is now accessible to most marketers. Adding a store locator, in-store pick-up and perhaps the capability of checking a store’s inventory are all based off of fundamental data points that your customer can easily navigate. Flip that coin over and connecting your […]
There is a phase between a period of being an active subscriber and totally checking out. Customers in this phase are disengaged subscribers who show less interest in your brand but may still be opening or clicking in your emails. Here are a few ways to get them back.
According to a Google/Ipsos report, 85% of consumers will start shopping on one device and finish on another so your marketing plan should reach your customer on all gadgets and gizmos. Here’s how.
The post-purchase phase as a lifecycle in itself. From submitting the order to actually using the product, there are many opportunities for you to engage the customer to ensure there are no issues, encourage a repeat purchase and establish the foundation for long-term engagement. Here’s a look at 5 post-purchase email themes that can help you maximize this period for the customer.
by Oren Levy
Posted 2 days ago
Posted 2 days ago