A recent study by RetailMeNot predicted that consumer spending is expected to increase between Black Friday and Cyber Monday compared to last year, and advised retailers to plan their kickoff promotions around a longer period than the traditional Cyber Weekend. Here are some other statistics the study revealed for the holiday season.
Target is partnering with Pinterest to help shoppers find what they’re looking for by snapping a picture using Pinterest Lens, producing a curated set of products resembling the original image. See where else Target is implementing Pinterest Lens to drive sales.
Google launched its “Style Ideas” image search in the Google app for Android and mobile web. See why this makes the shopping experience visual for customers when they shop products.
Where products rank in search results on retailers’ sites directly impacts a brand’s ecommerce success. Here is how to make search for your customers easy and seamless.
It looks like Amazon is following Google’s lead and is quietly testing product listing ads. See whether this is a win-win for both Amazon and Google and what it could mean in the future for other retailers.
Google has made a major change to its index. It is separating its index into desktop and mobile versions. See what this will mean for merchants and shoppers.
When it comes to offering a great customer experience, retailers need to get personal. Personalization for many is top priority in 2017. This infographic by SLI Systems offers the do’s and don’ts for ecommerce personalization.
With the holiday season beginning just weeks away, this infographic by Nextopia, offers several tips on how you can improve conversions this holiday season.
To satisfy consumer demand and expectations this holiday season, retailers must determine what the customer wants, when they want it, to make it available via the channel they want, at the exact moment they want it. Here are five strategies to meet your customer’s expectations this holiday season.
Cost savings play a major role in the IoT messaging of major software vendors. But in a recent survey, retailers valued IoT data analytics as a way to improve merchandising, not operations. See what is happening and what does IoT data analytics offer retailers.