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In 2012, engagement with emails was the most popular online activity. How did that translate in terms of ROI from a marketing perspective? Well as my fellow employee Tom noted in a previous post, Listrak reported that emails in 2012… Read Full Article The post The Do’s and Don’ts of Email Marketing appeared first on […]
Users from across Twitter have responded to JCP’s new ad campaign in which the retailer apologized for their changes in coupons, discounts and store layout and simply asks their customers to “come back.”
J.C. Penney took to Facebook to acknowledge the marketing mistakes it has made over the past year and a half and is now asking customers to “come back” according to a post on its Facebook page.
Retailers that act now to improve the tablet shopping experience – enhancing browsing and making purchasing easier – can jump ahead of the competition. Here are four strategies retailers can use to nail their tablet shopping strategies.
According to a Google/Ipsos report, 85% of consumers will start shopping on one device and finish on another so your marketing plan should reach your customer on all gadgets and gizmos. Here’s how.
In order to drive sales and gain loyalty with their customers, retailers need to deliver on customer expectations and provide a seamless shopping experience.
According to a new report by Forrester, 80% of Canadian shoppers have purchased from an American or another international online retailer because they could not find the products they wanted in Canada.
Pinterest is no longer a social media site used by the masses for posting images of wedding dresses, food recipes, or interior design ideas. It’s now an interactive way for retailers to spread the word about their products and a way to boost sales
Site search is no longer just for the traditional ecommerce website. Now, more online retailers are putting a greater emphasis on site search to create a user-friendly mobile site for the on-the-go customer.
While 53% of women have between one and five shopping apps on their smartphone, they would still much rather shop for clothes and shoes in a retail store, reports a new study published by mobile-retail marketing platform provider Swirl.