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In order to become what it is calling “a customer-centric business” and to improve the customer experience in-store and online, Toys R Us laid out several initiatives for 2014 that it hopes will improve the company’s operational performance.
Designer Tom Ford has just launched a new ecommerce site which offers same-day delivery to New York City area fashionistas.
Fabness is using ShopSocially to convert its website visitors into genuine Facebook fans. Here’s why they are converting at a rate of 33.28%, resulting in positive social media ROI.
Spreadshirt’s increases can be attributed to platform developments, like the touch-optimized t-shirt designer, and other features which were part of a 2m Euro platform investment.
A new study reveals the impact that language, localization, and brand recognition has when it comes to international ecommerce success.
Collectible toy retailer Kidrobot quadrupled conversions and increased orders by 13% since making improvements to the user experience on its ecommerce site, including integrating video and other social media content into its site.
Whether you’re in the startup phase or ready for the next big push with your ecommerce business, planning for growth is no easy task.
Security breaches at large retailers triggered a surge in friendly fraud among consumers, according to dispute mitigation company Chargebacks911, which warns online merchants to prepare themselves with prevention strategies.
With an updated design and CMS, St. Louis Tag’s new website positions the company as a leader in the hang tag printing industry.
Here a burger, there a burger, let’s put a hold on Tim’s card…