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This holiday season retailers are being given the daunting task with attempting to reach consumers on multi-devices. Here are some insights in how to gain ad-traction during the busiest time of the year, according to this infographic by Adroit Digital.
Customers who discover a Tweet from their favorite artist, expert, brand, or friend with an Amazon.com product link, can simply add “#AmazonWishList” to the reply on Twitter and the product is added to their Amazon Wish List.
While the headline of this blog post claims I have no idea who Derek Jeter is, that is not completely true. I do in fact know who he is and why at the moment the world is all abuzz about him.
The holidays will be here before we know it, but before time runs out you will want to make sure you can still leverage some strategic holiday magic to drive Santa-sized sales. Here is how you get a jump start on the holiday season.
While we have all heard about the horror stories of click fraud, an ecommerce company’s ad campaign suffers a malicious botnet invasion that drives CTR costing the company tens of thousands in dollars in click fraud with no offsetting revenue benefit, but what do we really know the impact of this invasion? Here is what you need to know about click fraud.
Retailers are spending more on marketing data capture than mobile heading into the 2014 holidays, based on a survey by Edelman Berland for eBay Enterprise.
As much as they’d like to believe otherwise, brands don’t interact with their customers in the way likable people interact with people. So how should a brand act more like a likable person?
On average, about 97% of the visitors to a retailer’s website leave without making a purchase. Of those, about 70% or so at least leave something in a shopping cart before abandoning, so merchants have the opportunity to remarket to them via email. But what about the others? That’s where browse data comes in.
Smartphones and tablets are the ultimate business tools, the coolest technologies and the biggest distractions any of us have ever seen.
Since the beginning of the global recession, retailers have increasingly relied on discounting to drive sales and encourage money-conscious shoppers to browse and make purchases in-store and online