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The 2011 holiday season is right around the corner. Is your paid-search program ready to roll? Even if you think you’re ready for the holiday season, here’s 10 things you can do now to ensure a successful paid-search program.
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Marketing 1.0 was all about the product. Marketing 2.0 was all about the customer. So what’s Marketing 3.0? It’s collaborative, says Dr. Marjorie Kalter, academic program director and clinical professor at New York University. “Like it or not, the customer is in charge,” Kalter said in a presentation at the DMA 2011 Annual conference in Boston Oct. 3.
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Bright Cloud Marketing president Karen Crist talks about why merchants need to get their paid search and comparison shopping engines ready for the holiday season, and how to use analytics to make the holiday a happy one. If you are a merchant, you need to clearly and constantly communicate with your outsourced providers.
Here’s a holiday preparedness tip from Carolina Rustica owner Richard Sexton. Don’t just keep an eye on your inventory levels. Make sure that if you’re participating in a promotion like Free Shipping Day, you’ve allocated inventory to go towards that promotion. The last thing you want to do during the holidays is make a customer mad!