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Based on a recent Alteryx and RetailWire survey of nearly 350 retailers and brand manufacturers, this infographic illustrates the top three ways progressive retailers are using shopper insights to drive marketing and merchandising decisions, and more.
While India is seen as an emerging economy, it is still an immature global ecommerce market. Here’s why Apple’s iPhone and iPad sales there should help it grow.
Back-to-school shoppers are taking advantage of all the options offered to them in today’s omnichannel environment, and toggling between channels and devices to facilitate different parts of the shopping experience.
An ecommerce presence has given Tacoma Screw a dive into a bigger market than it had. It once had a traditional footprint in the Pacific Northwest, and now it does orders in all 50 states.
Moosejaw, the outdoor retailer known for its quirky marketing, recently surveyed over 19,000 visitors on their mobile shopping habits. So what did they find out?
Every brand needs converts: people who make the transition from browsers to buyers. In ecommerce, conversion is also a key metric by which to analyze your store’s performance. If your marketing strategy is working you’ll have plenty of traffic, but what percentage of those visitors make a purchase—the conversion rate—is the true measure of success. […]
Here’s why TruST believes the Marketplace and Internet Tax Freedom Act does a severe disservice to both bills, threatening to stall ITFA and derail a productive House debate over the future of remote taxation.
Join Pitney Bowes Vice President of Global Ecommerce Craig Reed for our On Demand webinar, which outlines four common challenges to selling globally, and for retailers like PlanetShoes and Rickshaw Bagworks avoided them.
From September 2012 to August 2013, Clarins’ localized ecommerce site for China saw a 500% increase in online growth. You should see what Clarins did to accelerate global ecommerce growth.
Should Aeropostale, Lululemon and Shutterfly worry about about making 24/7 Wall St.’s 10 Brands That Will Disappear in 2015 list? A look at past lists shows some pretty mixed results.