The National Retail Federations reported a 0.6% increase in retail sales for the month of November, they say is aligned with their holiday forecast. See what else The NRF had to say about the holiday shopping season.
In many ways, Australia is a natural for ecommerce. With 36 million people spread across a continent, Australia has one of the lowest population densities in the world. Australians are accustomed to long-distance shopping, and they are also highly computer literate and wired.
Staples announces Staples Exchange, a new platform allowing merchants to offer products to customers through all of its ecommerce channels, see what else this will mean for Staples.
Canada’s new anti-spam regulations have created some misconceptions about what kinds of emails marketers can send to potential clients and consumers north of the border.
Mobile commerce has arrived, and proved to be a game-changer this Cyber Weekend. Here’s a look at what drove shoppers to their smart phone, and a look at some retailers’ mobile commerce success stories.
Wearable technology are gradually making their way through the mass market. See what retailers are doing to incorporate wearables into product lines.
There’s some there’s widespread panic in Overreactionland, as the online and in-store Thanksgiving weekend sales figures roll in. But it may be much ado about nothing, as Holiday 2014 is beginning to look a lot like Holiday 2013. Here’s a look at what we learned from Cyber Weekend 2014.
We do live in an omnichannel world, but it can still be surprising to learn how many online retailers are experimenting with brick and mortar. Here are 5 ways these online to offline innovators are offering the next wave of the omnichannel experience.
In order to bring someone back time and time again, marketers must craft meaningful and relevant experiences for the individual. So how can brands go about building loyalty for their businesses in 2015?
Consumers expect a seamless shopping experience across devices and channels. Retailers must meet this expectation or lose customers. While this statement should get your planning team talking, there are subtleties in this simple statement that can be easily overlooked and should be explored in more detail during your planning process.
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