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Personalizing the online retail experience is arguably the single most important innovation retailers must embrace to thrive in the new omnichannel world. If you’ve just embarked on your own retail personalization journey, start with these three personalization pillars when formulating a holiday season game plan.
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?
The retail transformation is fueled by advancements in technology, shifts in consumer expectations and attitudes and the continued rise of digital commerce. This could considered the perfect storm of retail transformation for retailers and consumers.
In our omnichannel world, creating loyal customers will come down to being relevant to each shopper – whenever and however they choose to interact with you, whether that’s in-store, online, via email or on a mobile device.
Once viewed as an extra customer incentive, “free” shipping has quickly becoming the norm for retailers when selling online. With online retail giants like Amazon upping the ante, it seems like there is no other option for retailers but to keep up and take the hit to the bottom line.
But omnichannel retailers are starting to realize they don’t always have resort to margin-eroding “free” shipping to compete.
With the right omnichannel strategy in place, retailers can enhance engagement between the customer and store associate, better leverage inventory positions and maximize the store footprint. To prepare to go omnichannel, retailers’ checklist should focus on the following five points
Staples has announced a series of enhancements to its omnichannel experience, including the ability to buy products online and pick them up in-store within hours, Visa Checkout for online payments, new in-store kiosks, and an app for iPad users.
As retailers continue to battle Amazon’s quick and cheap approach, omnichannel strategy is becoming an increasingly important weapon in their arsenal.
With a steady 10-year barrage of new social media platforms offering another, and another, and another way to engage with consumers, we’re shrugging our shoulders and throwing geofencing on top of an ever-growing pile of channels. How great brands are breaking the cycle.
Missing any customer contact, or responding too slowly, often results in lost sales and revenues. Here’s how omnichannel merchants can better manage inbound customer requests from multiple engagement channels.
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