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Why is Google phasing out Google Product Listings in favor of the pay-to-play Google Shopping? Jon Venverloh, senior manager of product partnerships at Google, explains why in this video posted to YouTube by Mercent. Venverloh, who begins speaking at the 4:17 mark, says customers will benefit because retailers will have to focus closer on the quality of data they serve up to Google.
Brick-and-mortar retailers sell more when they have more staff on the floor to help customers. This also applies in the online environment. Here are five tips to help your customer service boost online sales.
The key is to build in features that present more products in a visually appealing way, and allow visitors to see enticing product details without having to click through to a product page. Such enhancements to your search results pages can dramatically improve your chances of turning a browser into a buyer.
When it comes to product recommendations on-the-go, retailers need to understand that providing recommendations on smartphones or tablets are hard enough, but delivering a more personalized, engaging experience to consumers soaking up the summer sun is even harder.
As Google Product Search morphs into Google Shopping later this year, a pair of industry experts said merchants need to get on board with the changes before they go into effect.
Channel shifting is an old concept which is re-emerging with the advent of new technologies consumers use to interact with brands. Here’s how to optimize your marketing investment.
Retailers are always looking for new ways to combat loss prevention. Here are three tips to help decrease your losses and increase profit.
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1800Contacts.com, Wayfair.com and BabyAge.com tested the STELLAService impact the seal had on their key performance indicators and sales. Here are the highlights of the companies’ findings.