One Kings Lane saw a 20% improvement in web delivery times and a 35% boost in mobile page loads just before the 2013 holiday season when it began working with a web content delivery technology company.
Leading retailers including Zappos and Old Spice are known for their online videos, but more often than not, brands are missing out on this critical element of their content strategy.
He’s got 3 Super Bowl rings and he’s danced with the stars. And at Operations Summit 2014, Emmitt Smith will outline the principles that helped him become a winner on and off the football field – and how you too can develop the focus it takes to be the best personally and to be part of the best operations team.
Many online retailers are discovering the role video can play in enhancing their customer service program, while also helping reduce costs in this area. Here are five ways you can incorporate video into your website to strengthen your customer service, and avoid having small issues flare up into major PR and social media nightmares.
Ugly Christmas sweaters are awesome, but you shouldn’t buy them from The Salvation Army. Chris Mast explains why in this awesome product video from PartySuppliesDelivered.com
Getting your videos decked out for the holidays is fairly effortless and takes little time. Here are a few suggestions to get you started.
With the holidays steadily approaching, it is important to just get a video online to boost conversion rates for your retail business. This is the advice Simon Mutlu, vice-president of sales for LiveClicker,offered during a recent interview.
One of the goals of almost every merchant is to get the front and back end of the business working together seamlessly. The quickest and easiest way to do that, according to Wrigleyville Sports, is to get the entire team on the same page and sharing ideas on shipping, inventory, and ecommerce as a whole. Here’s why your front and back-ends need to be on the same page.
Wired has posted a new video introducing the ecommerce world to a few members of the robotic workforce at the Quiet Logistics order fulfillment center in Devens, Mass. According to the video, the robots, which have names such as Peanut Botter, Botter Rum, Juke Bot, Bot-B-Q, and Walter CaBot IV, require a five minute recharge every hour and have a 99.94% accuracy rate.
Nearly 40% (39.8%) of merchants say they plan to add product videos to their ecommerce sites in 2013, according to findings from Multichannel Merchant’s MCM Outlook 2013 report on ecommerce. Click through for more findings, and to download the complimentary report.