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Are you thinking about expanding globally into China with your brand? There may be some things you will want to think about before entering into the Chinese market with your business.
The fourth quarter of 2013 saw growth for paid search, according to two separate industry reports. The holiday shopping season saw an increase in retail transactions of 26%, and retail revenue rose 34% on Thanksgiving and 24% on Black Friday.
Having access to more data does not assure you’ll have better insights to drive engagements and conversions in 2014. Here are a few suggestions for how you might want to leverage the data overload to help you drive your digital marketing strategy in the coming year.
Mobile technology has not only increased the effectiveness of the survey – it also reshaped the way we build our surveys.
By mining the social web, Leadspace helps B2B marketers and sales teams accurately predict company purchase intent.
As shoppers enter an American Eagle Outfitters store, shopBeacon will welcome and show them location-specific rewards, deals, discounts and product recommendations – without them even having to remember to open the app.
Online shoppers want emails featuring merchandise selected based on their own shopping habits, according to results from a Listrak-sponsored Harris Interactive survey.
Is your product or service something that translates well into other cultures? If the answer is yes and you’re ready to take on the challenge of expanding globally, your next step is to plan how you’ll roll out ecommerce operations worldwide. The following six tips can help you achieve a successful launch
In the weeks after the holidays, many retailers simply resign themselves to sluggish traffic and anemic sales totals. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be that way. Although you may not be able to replicate the fever pitch of the holiday shopping season, with the right strategy in customization, fulfillment, customer service, and discounts, you can stimulate retail activity and avoid the post-holiday blues.
While Overstock.com announced last week that it has begun accepting Bitcoins as an online payment option, not all merchants are embracing the crypto-currency. The Chinese ecommerce platform Alibaba Group said in a statement that it has banned the controversial payment option from all its Taobao marketplaces.