Pinterest is expanding its reach in ecommerce with Complete the Look, a new feature that leverages rich scene context to recommend visually compatible results to shoppers in both fashion and home decor. Here is how the social media platform is making it easier for shoppers to get the look they want.
Technology is shifting how merchants interact with customers more rapidly than ever before. Trends like the Internet of Things (IoT), connected devices and new approaches to knowledge management mean that merchants have a lot on their plates when it comes to evolving consumer expectations. Here is how retailers can win in the ever-changing retail environment.
Putting customers at the heart of everything you do is vital to business success, requiring customer obsession driven by insights and engagement to create a virtuous cycle. In the latest MCM CommerceChat podcast, Ross Kramer, CEO of email marketing automation company Listrak, talks about customer obsession based on its research conducted with Forrester in late 2018.
We now exist in a world where technological innovation is empowering customers to expect more from the brands they deal with, to switch when they’re not happy or satisfied, and share their negative experiences online. Here is what retailers need to know in order to keep the millennial generation brand loyal and happy.
1-800-Flowers has always embraced new ways of reaching out to customers and making their experience easier and more enjoyable. And its huge success with multichannel and digital marketing holds extremely important lessons for merchant businesses everywhere. Here are the top four things you can learn from 1-800-Flowers.com
In retail today, technology is playing a vital role to offer the best experience for customers. It has enabled retailers to personalize the relationship between the customer and the retailer. In our latest MCM CommerceChat podcast, Logan Crane, Vice President of Operations for Boll & Branch talks about how the brand has used technology to get a more centric view of the customer journey.
Not so long ago, catalogs fell out of favor in the marketing world. During the 2007-2008 recession, retailers sought ways to cut costs, and many dramatically changed or eliminated catalog production as ecommerce and social media advertising took off. Millennials, whose collective wealth could reach as much as $24 trillion by 2020, are helping to revitalize catalogs in an era of ecommerce and social media advertising.