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e-Dialog recorded record-breaking holiday stats last year, including a 39% increase of email volume and a whopping 366% increase in mobile/SMS volume. That alone is a good reason to check out its holiday planning infographic.
Ecommerce numbers took a hit during the 2008 recession. But annual ecommerce sales have grown since then, and are expected to reach $224.2 million in 2012. This infographic from Fifth Gear illustrates that growth… and also reminds us who’s in the ecommerce graveyard.
The art of window-shopping isn
The Whole Brain Group’s first-ever infographic, The Sensible Social Media Marketing Checklist for Businesses, was such a huge hit that they expanded and updated it to include even more social media channels! Version 2.0 includes Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube and Google+. If you find yourself stumped at the prospect of using social media marketing to promote your business, our simple guide can help. Follow these easy suggestions to create a consistent social media internet marketing presence on multiple channels.
Email is alive and well as a proven inbound marketing channel, and converts better than both search and social. Find out from this Monetate infographic how to increase conversions from email marketing with proven methods used by leading online marketers.
Preparing marketing initiatives that really resonate with your shoppers can feel a little overwhelming. After all, you
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The retail experience is evolving, but are retailers changing with it? ExactTarget’s report Subscribers, Fans and Followers takes a look at how the 100 fastest-growing retail chains in the United States are seeking to build and engage consumer audiences in ongoing email, mobile, and social communications across in-store and online touchpoints.
Back-to-school shopping is no longer just about going to the mall for clothing and school supplies. This infographic from the National Retail Federation explains how catalogs are still a back-to-school driver, and how ecommerce is grabbing a bigger piece of the pie.