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Mom and pop retailers can take some lessons from their ecommerce counterparts about how to compete against Amazon.com. From our perspective at Multichannel Merchant, retailers can compete with Amazon if they take the following 10 steps.
Brick-and-mortar retailers sell more when they have more staff on the floor to help customers. This also applies in the online environment. Here are five tips to help your customer service boost online sales.
Within four months, Discount Party Supplies increased its overall impression share by 10% and their overall clickthrough rate by more than half a percent. In addition, the retailer went from a 30% impression share in their brand campaign to a 90% impression share.
There are several qualities that an outsourced contact center must possess to provide outstanding customer service. Here are three tips to improve the customer experience in an outsurced contact center.
Merchants have responded to consumer shopping behaviors and adapted their ecommerce sites to maximize their online sales, according to the results of MCM Outlook 2012-13, a survey conducted by Multichannel Merchant.
Even though Amazon.com announced the beta launch of AmazonSupply, a store for business and industry folks, it doesn’t mean the end for distributors and wholesalers. Here are 12 ways you can successfully compete against the online juggernaut.
Among the many potential benefits of BI: Honing inventory and reducing costly back orders; a better understanding of the costs of core (never-out) products within broad SKU assortments; and a better understanding of merchandising and marketing results by catalog and digital channels.
While there are numerous ecommerce transactions in the news, one should not assume that every available company is being gobbled up quickly. To the contrary, most sellers of ecommerce companies are finding it difficult to find interested strategic buyers, but these
How will AmazonSupply.com will play out in the business-to-business marketplace? Here’s Monsoon Commerce vice president of marketing Casey Carey’s take.