November 4, 2004




Nike Launches Nike Women Book

What do you think the reaction was when the marketing executives at Beavertown, OR-based footwear giant Nike wanted to introduce a print catalog for women? “Just do it!”
A 56-page Nike Women catalog is scheduled to drop Nov. 8. Though Nike …

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November 1, 2004




Rejuvenation Offers Build-to-Order Web Tool

To give customers a chance to see its lighting fixtures in any of the 130 styles and options offered, Rejuvenation in September installed a build-to-order feature on its Website.
The Portland, OR-based cataloger of period lighting and hardware offers on its …

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October 18, 2004




Live from DMA Annual: Creative Integration

New Orleans–Keeping creative consistent across channels has long been a cornerstone of multichannel branding. Carol Worthington Levy, creative services partner with San Francisco-based consultancy and list firm Lenser, gave specific examples of how to do just that during a Saturday …

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October 8, 2004




Live from Shop.org: Learning To Put the Customer First

Anaheim, CA–After noting that it has a small portion of highly profitable customers and a small portion of destructive customers, St. Paul, MN-based Best Buy is beginning to use segmentation to boost its online and in-store sales. In a keynote …

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October 8, 2004




Live from Shop.org: Creating Multichannel, Not Multiple Channel, Retailers

Anaheim, CA–According to Monica Luechtefeld, executive vice president of Office Depot, catalogers and retailers both need to be multichannel, not multiple channel. The difference? Multiple channel refers to using more than one channel to reach customers but with little to …

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October 1, 2004




Mystery Service

Many multichannel retailers continue to miss opportunities to woo customers. The Chicago-based e-tailing group’s 2004 back-to-school Mystery Shopping survey of 25 retailers finds that although 14.3% of consumers planned to do their back-to-school shopping online — 4.3% more than last year — many of the attractive …

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September 1, 2004




Ikea Agita

You know how excited most kids get when they race downstairs Christmas morning to see the heaps of garishly wrapped presents under the tree? That’s almost how excited I am when the Ikea mini-catalog insert arrives in our local newspaper.

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September 1, 2004




DMA Taps Monster Exec to Head Interactive Subsidiary

The Direct Marketing Association on Aug. 30 named Michael Aronowitz executive director of its e-commerce subsidiary, the Association for Interactive Marketing (AIM). A former executive for Internet job search site Monster Worldwide, Aronowitz will direct the operations of AIM, which serves …

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August 15, 2004




9 tips to improve your site for the holidays

If you’re looking to make some improvements to your Website before the fall/holiday selling season, there’s still time — but not much. How to decide, then, what to focus on? You can learn from what we’ve seen.
As part of …

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August 4, 2004




Live from eTail 2004: How Sears.com Went from Loser to Winner in Five Years

Hollywood, FL—In 1999, Sears, Roebuck & Co.’s e-commerce business lost $100 million. This year, it posted a sizable pretax profit, said Bill Christopher, the cataloger/retailer’s chief of customer care, in a session here. Christopher detailed the five key steps “…

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