The holiday rush of customers is great, but what happens when the holidays are over? Some customers don’t want to hear from you for another 365 days while others, while others need personalized suggestions before they make another purchase. Here are three ways to ensure customer loyalty after the holidays are over.
This holiday season, retailers will feel the full effects of the omnichannel customer journey focus. Customers expect a seamless path to purchase and in order to compete with the likes of Amazon, retailers need to deliver. Here are several ways retailers can compete with Amazon this holiday season and provide the best customer experience.
If you think customer expectations are high overall in terms of ecommerce and direct-to-customer fulfillment, take a good look at the millennial generation. See what the research says, and what three millennial-focused brands are doing to go above and beyond and deliver a great customer experience for this key demographic.
In a study by UPS, 51% of shoppers made their purchases online, compared to 48% in 2015 and 47% in 2014. The problem is big box retailers face is that they have yet to figure out how to successfully sell certain big box categories online, which is why conversions are so low. See how big box retailers should be personalizing the online experience for shoppers.