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This week celebrates two big events: Thanksgiving and Black Friday. Which means that retailers are offering extended hours, opening as early as 8pm on Thanksgiving evening. Here
Thanksgiving is not just about the turkey this year, according to this infographic from Digitas, 29% of smartphone or tablet owners plan on shopping this holiday using their mobile devices.
This infographic includes statistics and trends on online shopping throughout the year, from Valentine’s Day through Black Friday and Christmas. Find out about ecommerce growth projections, increases in consumer spending online, and consumer expectations when shopping online.
How do you create the perfect cart abandonment email for your customers? In this infographic, the folks at SalesCycle show you how to get it done in just three steps.
In this infographic, Unbounce brings you 5 principles that should be obeyed by every B2B marketing company trying to generate and nurture leads for their business or clients.
This holiday season, it will be more important than ever for businesses to be
Cloud marketing software provider Vocus has put together this infographic with stats from Gartner Research highlighting how brands are currently using social media and what trends are on the horizon. According to the infographic, even though some brands have been skeptical on how social media can bring in revenue, social commerce sales are expected to bring in $30 billion every year by 2015. Vocus also found that 50% of web sales will come from social media sites.
Wondering who ships what and when this upcoming holiday season? Don’t worry, Shipstation has you covered with this great infographic that will help you know all the important dates coming up in the next couple months. Take note of the the special closures and rules by FedEx, UPS, and USPS for shipping over the next few weeks.
Social selling is about recognizing that the buying process is controlled by a better informed and more connected customer. While sales remain a relationship-driven business, the power of “who you know” is trumped by “what you know about who you know.” The new social customer is demanding relevance from sales people, expecting them to know about them, their companies, and their needs before engaging. This has heightened the need for comprehensive sales intelligence that brings together both traditional data and social media. It is imperative that sales professionals leverage the social web to actively listen, engage, and add value to the customer conversation. Your customer expects you to know at least as much about them as they do about you.
With the advent of social media and advancement of mobile technologies, the way customers connect with brands has fundamentally changed over the past couple years. The folks at Avaya have pieced together a visual study they conducted that breaks down a wide range of channels consumers currently use to interact with businesses.