We interrupt the Ohio State-Bama game to bring you MayhemSale, pop-up ecommerce at its finest. Items sold right out of Matt and Shannon’s home… while they’re in New Orleans for the Sugar Bowl. Here’s a look at how Allstate’s in-game commercial campaign raised awareness about posting vacation plans to social media… and broke the internet.
Though it isn’t as major a mainstream news story as it was last Christmas season, some retailers had difficulties getting packages delivered to customers on time, according to StellaService’s Christmas cutoff analysis for 2014. Here’s a look at which merchants got coal in their stockings.
Buy online, pickup in store is supposed to be a major differentiator for omnichannel retailers. But is it really that convenient? Here’s what StellaService found out.
Incoming Hudson’s Bay Co. CEO Jerry Storch made an appearance Dec. 29 on CNBC’s Halftime Report and said he thinks high-end, value and omnichannel, are the major themes in the retail industry for 2015.
Christmas Day online sales were up 8.3% over the same period on Christmas Day 2013, according to trends reported by the IBM Digital Analytics Benchmark. And, as was the case throughout the holiday season, mobile commerce had a big impact.
Amazon’s 20th holiday season brought record growth to the company’s fast, free shipping program Amazon Prime – more than 10 million new members worldwide tried Prime for the first time.
Retailers know omnichannel is essential to their success during the holidays, but do they really understand consumer shopping behavior in real-time?
Dov Charney has been terminated as President and Chief Executive Officer of American Apparel, the company he founded in 1989. Paula Schneider will become Chief Executive Officer, effective Jan. 5.
The idea of Free Shipping Day used to be a bigger deal. Now it’s more the exception than special. Amazon has trained people that they’re going to get not just free shipping, but fast free shipping, all the time. And that’s why Free Shipping Day has become a thing of the past.
With ongoing advances in mobile Internet technology, ecommerce in China continues to shift from desktop computers to smartphones and other mobile devices. For the country as a whole, the percentage of mobile transactions to total transactions was 54% this year, up from 22% last year.