With rising demands and increased competition, retailers can capture the attention of digitally saturated consumers through enhanced, experiential shopping, to attract them to both physical and virtual stores. Whether online, mobile or in store, this omnichannel experience has to be consistent, seamless and intuitive.
Retailers with a physical presence have an advantage over pure-play ecommerce companies this holiday season, according to a survey by JLL Retail, with 57.3% of consumers planning to make the majority of their purchases there. See what five retailers consumers prefer as well as other predictions for their shopping habits this holiday season.
Consumer behavior has evolved to the point where most retailers know that if they wait until Black Friday to start customer outreach around holiday spending, they will have already missed the boat. For retailers, holiday preparedness means ensuring their omnichannel strategies are ready and waiting to meet customer expectations earlier. Here are some omnichannel strategies retailers can use.
As brands race to provide consumers with seamless digital experiences that will ensure retention and secure their place alongside the big disruptors, it often seems that pure players have an unfair advantage over their brick-and-mortar counterparts. See what the main difference is between pure-players and brick-and-mortar businesses.