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There are many killers that can bring about the death of a crosschannel marketing effort at different stages in its development. Here’s how to avoid them.
The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee wants the USPS to eliminate to-the-door mail delivery and replace it with curbside and cluster box delivery. That may have an effect on how merchants mail catalogs to prospects and customers alike.
As e-commerce continues to evolve, it is clear that much of the success is due to operating storefronts on multiple sites. Adopting this “sell-anywhere” approach will help you realize a meaningful impact on your bottom line.
A growing number of direct to customer merchants, including National Ropers Supply, April Cornell and Crestline, are finding that supplementing full-sized catalogs with mini catalogs can help them do business more cost effectively while improving key metrics such as response rate.
Local shopping service eBay Now, which already delivers products to consumers from local retailers in the San Francisco, San Jose and New York City markets, has expanded its reach in those areas.
The technology to connect your site to your stores has rapidly evolved and is now accessible to most marketers. Adding a store locator, in-store pick-up and perhaps the capability of checking a store’s inventory are all based off of fundamental data points that your customer can easily navigate. Flip that coin over and connecting your […]
SMS campaigns, as we’ve seen from some mobile campaigns, can work very effectively as long as marketers get it right. And by get it right, I mean measuring message effectiveness through action analytics techniques.
With so many choices available, how do you decide which ecommerce platform best suits your company’s needs?
Online accessories retailer eBags worked with ExactTarget to create its 2012 back-to-school sweepstakes, “Bag an iPad,” connecting its customers with social media.
For some retailers, a pop-up store is key around the holiday shopping season or in hopes of opening up your brand to a new audience. But for J&P Cycles, which runs a pop-up store every year during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, it means a $1 million boost in sales.