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I recently had to order flowers online for a wake I was attending, and after the order was all said and done, I realized I had forgotten to put everyone’s name on the card.
Slow WiFi at McCormick Place’s Lakeside Center? Well done, Tweeting Shop.org 2013 attendees. It took me into the wee hours of the morning to filter through all the tweets sent during the first full day of the #shoporg13 Summit and find the top ones to include in Storify…
For two and a half days every year, marketing executives, ecommerce specialists, brand marketers, digital agencies and technology vendors all line up to attend, sponsor, speak, listen, learn and share at the Shop.org Summit. For my first Shop.org post, I’m recounting the two themes that brands really cannot afford to ignore in this hyper connected environment we live in.
Back in 2011, cars with Google cameras were driving slowly through my community, capturing images for its Google Maps Street View. And it captured a great moment with my and my wife’s families.
For our October 2010 issue, Curt Barry of F. Curtis Barry & Co. penned a piece called “7 Steps to Successful Systems Integration.” Three years later, we’re finding it’s one of the most-viewed articles on MultichannelMerchant.com. Coincidence? Maybe not. But it’s worth another look.
While no official predictions for direct-to-customer holiday sales figures have been made public, one firm has already predicted a decrease in store traffic, but a rise in store sales.
Hundreds of Twitter users responded not so kindly to a recent tweet made by fashion designer Kenneth Cole regarding the Syrian civil war and his shoe line. Here are just a few of those tweets.
Sur La Table’s August 30 email blast wished its customers a Happy 1st Anniversary. But its witty rebuttal made us smile. Here’s a look at Sur La Table’s quick response and light-hearted reaction.
If you’re Amazon, you can turn funny reviews into comic gold. Even before the Three Moon Wolf T-Shirt became a viral wonder, trolls and customers alike have used their wit and wisdom to create fake product reviews on Amazon.com. Here’s our gallery of the funniest Amazon product reviews of all time.
Erin Lynch, senior content producer, relives the first time she ever went to a trade show for Multichannel Merchant in GIFs.