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Understanding how tablet shoppers differ from those on desktop and smartphone is an important first step for retailers, says Aaron Wadler, Founder and CEO of ShopPad. This infographic tracks online shopper activity across 3,500 tablet-optimized retailers in a wide range of industries, including apparel, consumer electronics, health and beauty, home goods, and jewelry between Nov. 25 and Dec. 25.
As online commerce has flourished, so have the security risks associated with it. With shoppers more anxious than ever about sharing personal information online, merchants must find a way to eliminate doubts and keep financial information secure. In this infographic, McAfee breaks down the benefits of trustmarks by the numbers and illustrate potential consequences of not having them on your site.
U.S. retail and consumer merger & acquisition (M&A) activity in 2012 was primarily driven by corporations spinning off businesses, private equity (PE) investment in retail, increased cross border activity and expansion into e-commerce, according to PwC’s US retail and consumer M&A insights 2012 Year in Review and 2013 Outlook report released today.
The National Retail Federation said that few, if any, merchants are expected to surcharge customers for using a credit card as theoretically allowed under a controversial proposed lawsuit settlement with Visa and MasterCard being debated in the courts.
Apparel and accessories seller GUESS will leverage VendorNet’s StoreNet technology to implement omnichannel retail capabilities, specifically fulfillment of online sales from its brick and mortar locations.
Amazon.com today announced plans to open three new fulfillment centers in the state of Texas, creating more than 1,000 jobs. The sites, which will utilize advanced technology to help fulfill customer orders, will be located in the cities of Coppell, Haslet and Schertz.
In marketing, emphasis is often placed on the initial efforts to get a customer interested in a product or service. This is a natural part of the sales cycle, of course, but it tends to overshadow the very important aspect of repeat business and the contribution it makes to overall success. Here’s why giving your customers the tools to easily return and purchase additional units of what your business offers is actually just as important as the advertising that brought them to you in the first place.
Expanding into new regions is an essential growth strategy for many B2B companies, but it’s not easy to get it right. There are many factors to consider, from finding the right skills to getting your marketing activities aligned to local cultures and customer needs. This infographic from Marketo will help guide you through your priorities in the first 100 days of your international market expansion.