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The holiday sales season is the make or break period for many merchants. When so much is riding on a short period of time, focusing on the immediate instead of the future is understandable. But if processes are put in place prior to the rush, short and long term benefits can be gained. Here are five tips for keeping the 2011 holiday sales spirit going in the 2012.
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Preparing for the holidays is about more than just preparing for Black Friday and optimizing ad triggers, timing and calls to action. Of course, all of these requirements can make or break a merchant
This infographic highlights the findings of a joint study by ThreatMetrix and The Ponemon Institute, which surveyed U.S. consumers who consider themselves active users of the Internet, looking at their behaviors online, on social networks and on mobile devices.
As multichannel merchants continue their holiday preparations and campaigns, they should look back and learn from last year, plan ahead to ensure readiness, and take action with care and agility to respond to emerging opportunities in the season ahead.
The 2011 holiday season is right around the corner, and crunch time is here for ecommerce merchants who want to rise to the top of the search engines. Here are 10 tactics you can use to drive inbound links this holiday season: Solicit shopping input …
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