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The press is full of trendy terms—Big Data, the Internet of Things, Digital Natives, Globalization, Social Media, etc.—that attempt to describe the complex technological and social changes that the world is currently experiencing. However, there is a danger in reducing complex social dynamics down to a few catchy buzzwords – trendy terms can act as intellectual shortcuts that fool people into thinking they understand these ideas when they really don’t.
A burnt turkey. A lump of coal. An ISP block. All of these can ruin your holidays faster than a nor’easter drops snow. Here are seven things you can do to minimize deliverability risks during the holidays, and keep consumers from blocking your emails.
If the Watch does catch on, and creates a monopoly of the market as some have predicted, brands across the globe will need to step up to the challenge of the newest marketing channel – the wrist.
ON DEMAND WEBINAR – As a retailer, you know you need to push your email marketing to the limits during the holiday season. But what can you do to avoid and recover from email deliverability woes?
The brands we love most seem to get attention for not trying to get attention. Don’t get me wrong – they market too – but they do it in a likeable way, instead of acting like narcissistic teenagers. They don’t treat humans like clicking machines.
Multichannel Merchant’s Q&A with Richelle Parham, chief marketing officer for eBay North America, to learn more about its global branding campaign.
Expanding a service it has offered here overseas, Amazon has launched same-day parcel pickup in the UK through its delivery partner Connect Group.
Identifying common oversights retailers make with global marketing for the holidays, and winning tactics for seizing the season’s full sales potential.
With a consumer base that loves American brands, is very plugged in digitally and among the largest online spenders in the world, Canadian ecommerce is a prime opportunity for U.S.-based merchants.
China may be a hot spot for U.S.-based merchants, but emails deliverability to consumers there are more than likely not reaching the intended recipient. Here’s a look at other places U.S.-based senders are having a hard time reaching, and what they need to do to improve deliverability rates.