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Customers who discover a Tweet from their favorite artist, expert, brand, or friend with an Amazon.com product link, can simply add “#AmazonWishList” to the reply on Twitter and the product is added to their Amazon Wish List.
While the headline of this blog post claims I have no idea who Derek Jeter is, that is not completely true. I do in fact know who he is and why at the moment the world is all abuzz about him.
Retailers are spending more on marketing data capture than mobile heading into the 2014 holidays, based on a survey by Edelman Berland for eBay Enterprise.
As much as they’d like to believe otherwise, brands don’t interact with their customers in the way likable people interact with people. So how should a brand act more like a likable person?
Ecommerce marketers are personalizing their marketing efforts more than ever these days, but are they creeping out their consumers in the process?
Twitter announced Monday that it is testing a Buy button, which allows tweeters to buy merchandise from retailers via Twitter, without leaving the social media platform.
Reaching the shopper today is not just about engagement through conversation, but it is about how a consumer is visually stimulated when engaging with a brand on social media that could eventually lead them down the path to purchase.
Social media has become more than just a channel today. Retailers are finding innovative ways to leverage their brands using social media platforms. With customers married to their mobile devices, it is imperative that retailers step up their social media game and engage in dialogue.
Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Green Monday, you know they’re literally right around the corner, but do you have your toolkit full of the strategies and tactics it takes to build a great email marketing program to optimize them?
Retailers that have taken the dip into international waters should now begin thinking about the use of social media on the global scale.