When it comes to reaching out to the consumer and getting them to act, it appears that SMS marketing maybe the trick.
In a challenging time for retail, many brick-and-mortar merchants are seeking to transform themselves into more effective selling and customer service organizations – with technology playing a central role in this process.
A new report from Econsultancy shows that very few marketers are coming through when it comes to customer’s expectations of a personalized mobile experience. In this new infographic from ExactTarget you will learn about the current state of personalization in digital marketing and how to deliver more tailored mobile campaigns.
Is your contact center ready to go mobile? With smartphone use continually growing, more and more shoppers are going to look for a mobile ready contact center.
Nearly half of the mobile users that visit ecommerce sites on their phones are smartphone users, according to SLI Systems. Which means that your site and, and more importantly, your search functions need to be mobile and tablet ready.
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.
While shopping on mobile phones is on the rise, mobile purchasing is still elusive for most merchants. Technology researcher Forrester forecasts that total mobile phone sales will reach $31 billion by 2017. The number sounds impressive, but it represents just 9% of predicted ecommerce sales. Given that roughly half of U.S. consumers use the Internet […]
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.