As Williams Sonoma shows, a brand’s own online channel might challenge the growth opportunity for stores, maybe even the viability of many locations. Here’s why Williams Sonoma is a perfect example showing how great omnichannel execution can result in strong sales and profitability growth.
Considering the prediction of the Wearable Technology Report that the wearable electronics business will grow from $20 billion in 2015 to almost $70 billion by 2025, it appears that the future is now. But 86% of the participants in the PwC survey expressed a fear that wearables would make users vulnerable to security breaches.
How can small business owners overcome language barriers, cultural differences and shipping challenges to increase sales in China – one of this year’s hottest international ecommerce markets? Here are seven key considerations when selling to China
Even when upselling succeeds, it can result in buyer’s remorse if the customer later realizes the upsold item was not really wanted – that breeds resent, which erodes loyalty. However, the ecommerce channel offers some significant benefits to upselling that are not available in the brick and mortar setting.
2015 will be a year of growth for the logistics industry on the African continent, largely driven by increased consumer demand and the rapidly developing ecommerce industry. Here’s what you need to know.
Most online retailers are painfully aware of the fact that, on average, only 15% of first-time purchasers will return to purchase again, so getting the second sale is crucial. See how you can fully utilize your email campaigns.
Sharing data with its vendors through its proprietary Retail Link vendor portal has transformed the way Walmart and its vendors do business. So how can businesses achieve the same results without re-inventing the wheel?
The truth is that affiliate programs are intimately connected to the rest of your digital marketing efforts. In fact, maintaining a healthy affiliate program might actually improve your SEO and your PPC ROI. Here’s how.
While consumers are willing to share their personal information with trusted businesses for experiences that are unique to them, the study found, they expect brands to deliver an outstanding customer experience.
Navigating your online brand through the many design and color choices can be tough enough within your domestic market. The danger really escalates when you apply your brand’s corporate style to other cultures. The real danger comes in either failing to consider cultural differences such as color’s impact on your target market. How do you know you have it right?
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