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Mobile messaging analytics, as part of a well-thought out mobile marketing strategy, can help brands and retailers gain actionable business intelligence. They can then use that data to craft push, SMS and mobile email messages that are relevant, add value and are selectively timed.
Consumers are craving speed when it comes to shopping with their mobile phone or conducting in-store research, according to a new study conducted by Moosylvania, and retailers need to be ready to oblige.
Cyber Monday sales nationwide hit a record $1.5 billion this year, driven by the growing number of consumers embracing a digital
Acquity Group Study Finds 82% of Top 50 Retailers Have Basic Mobile Offerings; Only 10% Bring Digital Experience In-Store (via PR Newswire) CHICAGO, Dec. 4,
The proliferation of mobile devices brings many benefits and opportunities, but it also has given rise to an unprecedented challenge for retailers: that competition can be ever-present and just one click away. So, as a retailer, how can you vanquish this third wheel and tap into the power of mobile to keep your shoppers engaged and loyal to your brand?
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.
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.
Kalio, Inc., a SaaS-based e-commerce provider focused exclusively on the needs of mid-sized retailers, today announced record results for its merchants during “Cyber Five,” which spans Thanksgiving Day through Cyber Monday.
When I did find an item I wanted and placed it in my cart, the purchase options included pop-ups, which were nearly impossible to close with your finger. Once those hurdles were passed, the site completely crashed at about 3:30 p.m. Eastern on Cyber Monday, after entering my personal information.