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Jayson Humphrey, strategic partnership manager for ChannelAdvisor, offers key insights on how to create a winning strategy for online marketplaces.
Database marketing pioneer and author Arthur Middleton Hughes passed away unexpectedly on Aug. 20 at age 86 in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
A federal court ruled that FedEx Ground drivers who worked in California and Oregon were misclassified as independent contractors instead of employees.
It will be scary, it will be difficult, but going global with your business is definitely an opportunity that retailers should be considering.
Online marketplace Newegg this week rolled out same-day delivery service to customers in the Los Angeles area, joining the ranks of giants like Amazon, Google and Walmart.
While online retail has seen rapid growth, an overwhelming majority of U.S. retail sales take place offline (92%) according to Forrester Research. A survey done by Ripen eCommerce took a look at why consumers would most likely make the purchase in-store vs. online.
With the holiday sales season quickly approaching, it’s the perfect time to examine whether your company is effectively reaching its total addressable market with native, high-quality multilingual content that reflects the way your customers live, act and speak. If you aren’t, now is the time for action. And, if you think it’s impossible to “go global” before the holiday season, think again.
The growing prevalence of in-store technology is changing the game and revolutionizing customer communication, order fulfillment and beyond. One of the latest technologies to shake things up is beacons.
With consumers dictating how, when and where they engage with retailers, marketers have less control over brand communication than ever before, making personalization key to delivering the most effective customer experiences at every touch point.
The key to implementing a successful omnichannel strategy is to prioritize your tactics based on your business goals and to walk before you run.