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As another year is coming to a close, marketers are approaching the peak shopping season, bringing abundant opportunity to engage audiences with high intent. Kenshoo has put together “The 12 Tips of Christmas” to guide your sleigh this season and produce optimal results across your search and social marketing campaigns.
Want to know which carrier will be open, closed or have changed service this holiday season? This infographic by ShipStation, gives all this information to help retailers get orders and presents out on time.
Halloween is steadily approaching and everyone is putting the final touches on costumes and gearing up for the holiday.
With the increased number of emails hitting shoppers inboxes during the holiday season, having a subject line that gets readers to open your email is very important.
This holiday season is an important one for retailers, as shoppers become more savvy, any details a retailer can get from customers will help with the bottom line.
Paid search has generated 19% year-over-year spend growth and 22% revenue growth and all-time high click-through rate, according to an infographic by Kenshoo.
The retail transformation is fueled by advancements in technology, shifts in consumer expectations and attitudes and the continued rise of digital commerce. This could considered the perfect storm of retail transformation for retailers and consumers.
This holiday season retailers are being given the daunting task with attempting to reach consumers on multi-devices. Here are some insights in how to gain ad-traction during the busiest time of the year, according to this infographic by Adroit Digital.
With the holiday shopping season coming up soon, this infographic by Clarabridge highlights key takeaways from the back-to-school shopping season that retailers can leverage.
With 1.4 billion people living in China and 650 million using internet and 80% of these internet users on mobile devices, it is projected that by 2020, the Chinese ecommerce market will be bigger than that of U.S., U.K., Japan, Germany and France, according to an infographic by Adyen.