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U.S. online retail sales are expected to reach $370 billion by 2017. Between 2012 and 2014, ecommerce growth has seen a 13% hike and 20% of online purchases are made after surfing social media, according to this infographic by National Positions.
Avoid being inconvenient, and make great customer service is a priority. Many companies have put barriers in front of customers that result in many customers running away from the company.
Free shipping was once the goldmine for online retailers and what set you apart from your competitors. But as more and more retailers offer the service, is it now just something the shopper expects?
Using big data will ensure that companies can learn more about consumers and use the information they have through an effective personalization and segmentation, according to this infographic by Monetate.
While mobile traffic is becoming a major player when it comes to ecommerce, nearly half of the small retailers out there are unaware of exactly how much traffic is coming from smartphones or tablets.
When it comes to reaching the anytime consumer, email seems to be the best bet for marketers. But how many of those emails are actually making a memorable impact on your shopper?
This infographic by marketing weekly shows the benefits of using a content management system that will help boost your brand. The infographic says that three out of four businesses are without a website. A good content management system will show success in your ROI.
Customer service is critical between retailers and customers. The rise of social media is sending the message that ecommerce companies need to understand and embrace these new social customers in a timely and personal manner, according to this infographic by Sales Force Desk.
Smartphones, tablets, and social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter not only have transformed the way consumers shop but they have also changed the face of the contact center. It’s no longer a world of customer representatives but now a world of universal agents.
Social media has been used to improve various parts of the supply chain, according to an infographic by SupplyChainOpz. The infographic illustrates 10 actions in four different categories including supply chain, event management, relationship management, supply chain collaboration and information technology.
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