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Mobile commerce accounts for 30% of all U.S. ecommerce and is expected to grow at a rate almost triple that of the entire domestic ecommerce sector. See what ways retailers are using mobile to engage with customers.
In the B2B space, marketing automation is routinely used to customize messaging and campaigns, shepherding prospects through the sales pipeline largely on autopilot. At the same time, B2C marketing capabilities have kept pace and solutions are available today that use similar advancements in customer behavior intelligence advised by data. What exactly does marketing automation for retailers look like?
In a market where your most valuable customers are omnichannel, how integrated is your membership program? Here are some tips that will make your customers be happy members of your brand.
Generational gaps are nothing new. Baby boomers faced parents who didn’t understand the Beatles and then turned around to become frustrated by their slacker Gen X kids, who in turn had millennials who they now present with participation trophies.
Giving cash as a gift is still largely taboo. Most people view it as tacky — but consumers are still often faced with the daunting problem of having no idea what to get a friend, family member, or work colleague for the holidays. The numbers prove that gift cards have successfully filled this gap by […]
With the rising popularity of responsive design, the need for a separate website dedicated to mobile devices has begun to wane. So what should retailers be considering when preparing their website to become responsive?
Many retailers regard the summer months as a slow time of year for promotions, but this does not have to be the case. Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, and the Back To School season all provide opportunities to attract customers with special offers that appeal to convenience factors and/or price sensitivities.
Even when upselling succeeds, it can result in buyer’s remorse if the customer later realizes the upsold item was not really wanted – that breeds resent, which erodes loyalty. However, the ecommerce channel offers some significant benefits to upselling that are not available in the brick and mortar setting.
Even when upselling succeeds, it can result in buyer’s remorse if the customer later realizes the upsold item was not really wanted — that breeds resent, which erodes loyalty. Following these tips will optimize chances of converting customers, and making sure they feel good about it.
Returns processing is an extremely important part of the customer experience and the overall omnichannel shopping journey, yet it is often glossed over.