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Online furniture retailer Smart Furniture launched its responsive website in August after it saw a change in its web traffic. Here is what T.J. Gentle, president and CEO of Smart Furniture had to say.
On average, about 97% of the visitors to a retailer’s website leave without making a purchase. Of those, about 70% or so at least leave something in a shopping cart before abandoning, so merchants have the opportunity to remarket to them via email. But what about the others? That’s where browse data comes in.
Buzz continues to build around beacon technology worldwide. But there’s been little conversation about the implications of beacon technology, its uses and ultimately its game-changing potential, despite its rapidly growing presence within offline establishments.
Database marketing pioneer and author Arthur Middleton Hughes passed away unexpectedly on Aug. 20 at age 86 in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
When people are willing to hand over data about their heart, sleep cycles, medications, diet and exercise, why can’t retailers collect data without seeming creepy?
Based on a recent Alteryx and RetailWire survey of nearly 350 retailers and brand manufacturers, this infographic illustrates the top three ways progressive retailers are using shopper insights to drive marketing and merchandising decisions, and more.
Big data doesn’t benefit you if you can’t analyze it! Untapped data is like a gold mine – it can make you rich, but first you have to sift through the dirt. These are the 5 most impactful data points you need to examine now.
If you’re like most retailers, you struggle with the management of multiple data sources, and this can be particularly damaging to your loyalty and CRM efforts. Here’s a strategy to begin tackling the data management beast.
NRF pursues establishment of retail information sharing and analysis center.
Every day, more contact centers are providing more of what consumers need: real, valuable service. And that means more revenue. But that’s still the exception to the rule. Here’s a quick look at what is holding contact centers back, and how they can forge a better way forward.