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There was major mobile commerce momentum with Cyber Weekend shoppers. Was that represented in email marketing as well? How mobile-ready were merchants’ messages? In this video, Bronto Software director of research Jim Davidson discusses Cyber Weekend email marketing trends, including subject line selection and email frequency, as well as how the shortened holiday season changes consumer behavior.
1-800-Flowers.com Inc.,reported a fire at its Maple Heights, OH warehouse which provided supplies for Fanny May Fine Chocolates and Harry London Chocolates. See what this will mean for both brands for the holiday season.
A look at my Yahoo inbox shows Cyber Sunday is the new Cyber Monday. Or that Cyber Monday is now a two-day event.
ChannelAdvisor says its clients Black Friday same store sales grew 26.9% year-over-year on eBay, and that’s at a faster pace than Amazon’s same store sales. Here’s a look at why eBay had such a solid Black Friday.
Up until the I got home and saw the security tag still attached to the vest, this had been a tremendous experience. As a matter of fact, when I was prompted to give immediate feedback, I highly praised the In-Vehicle Pickup service.
This Thanksgiving, Americans put down their forks and knives and picked up their smartphones and tablets in record numbers. New data from Branding Brand’s Mobile Commerce Index for Thanksgiving Day 2014 shows that three out of five online shoppers were mobile.
Mobile is the new Black Friday sales tool: smartphones drove 34.7% of all Black Friday online traffic, more than double that of tablets, which accounted for 14.6% of all traffic, based on consumer transactions analyzed in real-time by the IBM Digital Analytics Benchmark.
Pass the turkey and leave me alone while I find a deal: Mobile commerce sales accounted for 32.3% of all online sales, an increase of 25.4% year-over-year, on Thanksgiving Day, according to the IBM Digital Analytics Benchmark.
Cyber Weekend 2014 is here… and Walmart throws out all the cliches and comparisons in the book. Now if Walmart’s early Black Friday results only included how much Fluff was sold…
It appears the ecommerce holiday shopping season is in full swing, as comScore says $17.5 billion has been spent online using desktop computers. That’s an 11% increase vs. the corresponding days last year.