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Retail marketers have been busy examining the results of their holiday initiatives to reflect on what worked, what didn’t and what can be improved. From a technology perspective, here are three of the most poignant lessons that can provide valuable guidance for retail marketers in the coming year.
Newegg has launched a subscription-based program called Newegg Premier, which offers its 25 million registered customers benefits similar to Amazon.com’s Amazon Prime, according to a post on Newegg’s blog.
Online sales in 2014 are expected to grow 9% to 12% in 2014 and overall retail sales are expected to increase 4.1%, an increase of 3.7% from 2013, according to the National Retail Federation.
As retailers increasingly look to mobile as a way to generate revenue, fraud threats are impacting merchants to the tune of $283 for every $100 of actual fraud losses through mobile devices.
From the number of markets they serve to the number of items, number and size of fulfillment warehouses, etc. — most everything about Amazon.com is big, even behemoth. This infographic sums up just how big Amazon is.
What can businesses and retailers learn from Target security breach? Here are some of key takeaway tips from WatchGuard Technologies’ Director of Security Strategy and Research Corey Nachreiner.
Online retailers are sprinting towards the day when they can offer consumers products anytime, anywhere and as quickly and affordable as possible. In the next few months we will see many big ecommerce players continue to pour funding into delivery projects that will bring instant gratification to the consumer. Here is a look at just some of those projects and tops trends we can expect to see for package shipping in 2014.
Ecommerce grew 30% year over year during the 2013 holiday season, but Forrester principal analyst Sucharita Mulpuru doesn’t expect history to repeat itself in 2014. Here’s why lofty delivery expectations taxed the carriers this holiday season.
The customer experience is one of constant change. And customers are expecting retailers to keep up, regardless of the channel. Here are a few things we might get to see in 2014.
International sales from U.S. ecommerce retailers will jump from $11 billion in 2014 to almost $50 billion by 2020, according to a report by OC&C Strategy Consultants.