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Day 2 of Etail West is in the book, and thousands of tweets have come out of Palm Springs. Multichannel Merchant senior content manager Tim Parry Storified some of the top tweets of Day 2 here.
Day 1 of Etail West is in the book, and thousands of tweets have come out of Palm Springs. Multichannel Merchant senior content manager Tim Parry Storified some of the top tweets of Day 1 here.
Melissa Payner-Gregor has resigned as CEO at Bluefly, according to an 8-K the off-price luxury apparel and accessories merchant filed Feb. 2 with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Payner-Gregor, who also gave up her seat on Bluefly’s board of directors, was immediately replaced by chief operations officer Joseph C. Park.
The New York Giants are in Super Bowl XLVI because its offense, defense and special teams are clicking at the right time of the season. But I have a feeling Giants fans
Online sales for macys.com and bloomingdales.com, combined, were up 35.8% in December, 40.3% for the 2011 holiday season, and 39.7% in 2011 year-to-date. But Macy’s president and CEO Terry Lundgren is not ready for his company’s ecommerce team to rest on its laurels.
The viewing of videos on ecommerce product pages is growing at an extremely rapid pace, according to reports that surfaced this past holiday season. But despite the rise in popularity and conversions, merchants are still struggling to determine how to best use video on their product pages.
The fourth-annual Free Shipping Day was a billion-dollar day for ecommerce, though it wasn’t a big deal for email marketers.
The lessons preached in 2010 about using Facebook as a tool to listen and learn about customers came to fruition in 2011. In a way, merchants learned to use social media to bridge the multichannel gap.
The U.S. Postal Service, which is not necessarily known for being cutting-edge, deserves credit for raising QR code awareness to direct mailers. The USPS offered mailers a 3% discount if it used the 2D barcodes in its mailings over the summer.
Consumers spent $35.3 billion at consumer ecommerce sites between Nov. 1 and Dec. 26, marking a 15% increase versus the corresponding days last year, online measurement firm ComScore reported today.