The first marketing technology stacks were created to organize, analyze and improve performance. They surfaced in the early 2000’s when three adventurous CMO’s invested in fundamental tools made for superior management of their campaigns and audiences. Here is how the retail marketing industry has come a long way with technology.
As reported by the National Retail Federation, more than 174 million Americans headed in-store and online to shop during Cyber Week 2017. In that five-day period, millennials spent on average $419 per shopper, more than any other generation. Here is what millennials wish you promoted to them during the holiday season.
It’s important to understand that offline touchpoints within the customer journey are critical for accurate measurement and optimization of partner marketing programs. Here are three areas where marketers can boost the performance of their partnerships by integrating offline touch-points into their measurement.
Given rapid changes in ecommerce and growing expectations of always-on consumers, it’s no surprise that the sector is a hotbed of retail innovation, technology and investment. And a lot of it was on display at this year’s Shop.org conference in Las Vegas. Here’s a sampling of the new tech that was on display in the Innovation Lab.