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MULTICHANNEL MERCHANT » HOLIDAY 2014
This holiday season retailers are being given the daunting task with attempting to reach consumers on multi-devices. Here are some insights in how to gain ad-traction during the busiest time of the year, according to this infographic by Adroit Digital.
With the holiday shopping season coming up soon, this infographic by Clarabridge highlights key takeaways from the back-to-school shopping season that retailers can leverage.
How huge is Holiday 2014 going to be? Deloitte says overall holiday sales are expected to rise 4% to 4.5%, and digital interactions expected to influence 50% of retail store sales.
ChannelAdvisor has released the holiday results of its “Multichannel E-Commerce Study,” which surveyed more than 200 online retailers in the U.S. and U.K. that averaged $3 million to $5 million in revenue in 2013. Here are four key findings that should help you adjust your planning in time for the holidays.
This year, customers will be more likely to send an email than place a phone call. Unfortunately, email has the lowest rate of issue resolution of all channels. Here’s a few key learnings from StellaService to ensure retailers are ready for this year’s holiday season.
FedEx reported Q1 revenue and earnings that beat analyst expectations, and announced plans for 50,000+ seasonal hires to deal with holiday shipping volumes.
FedEx expects to hire more than 50,000 seasonal workers for the peak holiday season, Mike Glenn, President and CEO of FedEx Services, said during the company’s first-quarter earnings call.
No matter that seasonal orders are coming in later and later every year, Labor Day still represents the unofficial start of the fall/holiday season for most catalogers. here’s a look at five things any catalog ninja should be working on as the biggest season of the year gets going.
Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Green Monday, you know they’re literally right around the corner, but do you have your toolkit full of the strategies and tactics it takes to build a great email marketing program to optimize them?
Most marketers focus early holiday planning on campaign and promotional details because they influence almost every detail in marketing efforts and are essential for driving sales. However, there are other factors that can be easily overlooked that can also help shape the success of the busiest time of the year.