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In a new 2012 holiday forecast, Deloitte is predicting that retailers will win big this season for both mobile and multichannel sales.
The outdoor apparel retailer looked to reinforce its brand heritage and quality by offering a limited, hand-numbered edition of an historic garment; sell through the production run for this limited edition Scarlet Cruiser coat. Filson
Fairytale Brownies looked to generate $6.6 million in revenue from sales of brownie and cookie gifts from Sept. 1 to Dec. 31, 2011. Fall and holiday 2011 print catalogs, the brownies.com ecommerce site, email specials and affiliate marketing were used as tools to reach that goal.
Baudville wanted to increase its customer engagement by positioning itself as a reliable resource for year-end gifts in addition to the other products. Baudville also wanted to secure potential customers who are shopping differently during the holiday season. Baudville featured year-end gifts on its catalog cover, its Facebook homepage and marketing emails to drive sales.
The video game industry is seeing a shift from in-store sales to digital downloads. EA Sports looked to increase online sales with messaging via company-owned website origin.com, social media and certain retail store locations.
To promote PIG Grippy Traffic Mat Rug in a way that would increase product awareness and sales. New Pig used catalog, website and email marketing to get the message across.
The merchant introduced new full-color hi-def printing capability, offering the clarity of traditional four-color printing at a lower, more accessible price. pc/nametag mailed out its Spring 2012 catalog with personalized cover and editorial content, used multiple email campaigns, featured the new printing capability on its homepage, used a campaign landing page and relied on online banners.