To stay competitive, you must learn how to use these customer- and tech-driven megatrends to your advantage.
A responsive site has clear benefits to ecommerce merchants, and Medelita has seen the benefits. Here’s a look at how smartphone visits and revenues have increased for the healthcare apparel seller.
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.
Invitation only online merchant Rue La La re-engaged its inactive customers, increased conversions and built a strategic cross-channel data capabilities when it began working with Bright Tag, a tag management system company.
Fresh Pair is in the process of replacing its static, one-size-fits-all navigation with an adaptive navigation solution by Compare Metrics.
In today’s hyper-connected environment, producing slow-loading or unavailable content is equal to providing no digital content at all. While the challenge to produce always-on, high-performing content is daunting, the truth is, it can be done. In fact, it starts with some relatively easy first steps.
Personalization was one of the underlying themes of eTail West – and it seemed whatever track of sessions you attended, there was talk about how retailers are personalizing the ecommerce experience for their customers. Here are three examples that stood out.
Overstock.com announced that it has sold over $1 million in product to Bitcoin users since the online shopping site started accepting the cryptocurrency on Jan 9. According to Overstock.com, of the over 4,300 Bitcoin customers that made purchases with the site since January, almost 60% are new customers.
IR Focus: Web Design + Mobile Commerce 2014 was held earlier this month in Orlando. Here are 7 takeawys from IR Focus sessions that you can use as you enhance and update your marketing campaigns and ecommerce sites.
Retail marketers have been busy examining the results of their holiday initiatives to reflect on what worked, what didn’t and what can be improved. From a technology perspective, here are three of the most poignant lessons that can provide valuable guidance for retail marketers in the coming year.