Amit Shah, vice president of online, mobile and social media for 1-800-Flowers.com, said the best approach for retailers implementing a mobile strategy is not to simply transport their desktop website onto mobile, but to prioritize specific features for the mobile user. Here’s how the online flower seller worked with Moovweb to revamp its mobile site in September.
As technology, sales channels, and competition grow, retailers are looking for more efficient ways to not only market the company and products but also to manage workflow and increase productivity in a much more timely manner. One such company is Orvis, who shares its story on the implementation process of Comosoft
Entrants for the 27th MCM Awards showed us that reaching out to your customers is no longer about catalogs and websites. It
If your ecommerce site is not ready for your mobile customers, chances are your emails are not there yet, either. To help remedy that problem,the editorial staff of Multichannel Merchant has compiled the following tips to get your email marketing messages ready for your mobile customers.
We know the potential of social media to drive brand awareness, but are B2B merchants using social media to drive demand generation as well? This infographic from Eloqua digs deep into how B2B merchants use social media to promote, engage and sell.
With Cyber Monday just days away, it is even more important now to get a handle on the predicted trends of shoppers. RadiumOne created this infographic about the online social sharing and holiday shopping trends on Cyber Monday which includes that a majority of Americans will be avoiding the in-store chaos this year, with 57% planning to complete their holiday shopping online.
Email presents many opportunities to speak directly to your customers. And since marketers have been at it for a while, it also offers ease of entry. But here’s why email
What do you do when over a half a million people petition your store demanding the removal of the Donald Trump brand from your store because of
As more and more retailers push up their holiday shopping hours from Black Friday to Thanksgiving Day, employees are firing back with protests and petitions. Although opening stores earlier can mean an increase in sales, retailers consider it can also be a source of anger for employees.