The United States Postal Service’s Priority Mail will soon be hitting a theater near you after scoring a major product endorsement in Sony Picture’s highly anticipated summer blockbuster “The Amazing Spider-Man 2.”
Leading retailers including Zappos and Old Spice are known for their online videos, but more often than not, brands are missing out on this critical element of their content strategy.
Will we soon see the day when marketers get more excited about placing their product videos on Pinterest than on Facebook?
Facebook’s autoplay feature is a boon to marketers who are trying to attract more eyeballs and generate more sharing on Facebook. It’s a relatively low-key way of delivering video about products or brands without causing users to be annoyed by an “intrusive” video popping up unexpectedly (and noisily) on a webpage they’re reading.
He’s got 3 Super Bowl rings and he’s danced with the stars. And at Operations Summit 2014, Emmitt Smith will outline the principles that helped him become a winner on and off the football field – and how you too can develop the focus it takes to be the best personally and to be part of the best operations team.
Many online retailers are discovering the role video can play in enhancing their customer service program, while also helping reduce costs in this area. Here are five ways you can incorporate video into your website to strengthen your customer service, and avoid having small issues flare up into major PR and social media nightmares.
Getting your videos decked out for the holidays is fairly effortless and takes little time. Here are a few suggestions to get you started.
With the holidays steadily approaching, it is important to just get a video online to boost conversion rates for your retail business. This is the advice Simon Mutlu, vice-president of sales for LiveClicker,offered during a recent interview.
What’s the implication of these developments for merchants? It tells you that online services recognize that users are very excited about both watching videos and creating them. The fact that two of the most popular social communities are welcoming video speaks volumes.
U.S. online retail sales are expected to reach $370 billion by 2017. Between 2012 and 2014, ecommerce growth has seen a 13% hike and 20% of online purchases are made after surfing social media, according to this infographic by National Positions.