A new report from Kibo, the e-tailing group and Multichannel Merchant shows how leading omnichannel retailers are performing with buy online, pickup in store. According to the study, retailers can no longer wait on the sidelines to adopt this functionality. See what other insights the report brings to light.
While an online store might be driving solid revenue, there’s still a huge potential sales loss due to shopping cart abandonment. A major challenge for ecommerce stores, shopping cart abandonment is when a consumer adds to their cart but never makes it past the checkout line, occurring at a shocking average of more than 68 percent of all shopping sessions. Here are the top 10 tips for converting shopping cart bails into sales.
The role of retail shopping is shifting, and that is why it is vital for retailers to put themselves in the position of meeting the customers’ demands. This resulting report by the e-tailing group and Multichannel Merchant takes take an in-depth look at unified commerce and how you can make it work for your brand.
When it comes to connecting with customers online, a number of multichannel and ecommerce retailers are still stuck in the “customer support” mindset; one that views contact with a customer as a necessary evil rather than an opportunity. Transforming an empty online store into a center for anticipating and addressing customer needs proactively and intelligently requires careful thought, planning and, in many cases, investment.
Ulta Beauty was named Retail Innovator of the Year at the 2nd annual Excellence in Customer Experience Awards, held April 14 at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati as part of Multichannel Merchant’s Operations Summit 2016. Here’s why the editors of Multichannel Merchant recognized Ulta Beauty as the most innovative retailer in the past year.
Mobile content consumption has skyrocketed over the past four years, and retailers, publishers and advertisers are wisely diving in to make the most of it both editorially and financially. But if the current backlash against digital ads on the desktop is any indication, there are plenty of ways to go too far on mobile.
Business customer expectations have been elevated. It’s about a customer experience where everything that goes into the process of buying a product or service matters. How can B2B marketers be successful at the customer experience? Here are four ways that B2B marketers can keep their customers coming back for more.