Year after year, gift cards are the most requested gift in America.
Coupon codes are a very handy tool to attract new and repeat customers.
Fall is upon us, bringing with it the start of the holiday shopping season. Halloween is not only the kickoff event for busy quarter four, but also a lucrative celebration in its own right.
In today’s digital world, retail customers have come to expect real-time customer service, easy-to-use websites, and a wide choice of payment methods.
The Toy Industry Association™ (TIA) has announced “Toy Preview Month” will take place in September, culminating with their Fall Toy Preview event running from September 27th – 29th in Dallas, Texas.
For many retailers, toys play a huge role in holiday sales. Independent Retailer has forecast some of this year’s best selling categories and products so retailers can make the most out of this lucrative season.
People will always need to buy gifts. There are always birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, holidays, and personal celebrations. The gift industry is always changing, too — so as retailers we need to keep up.
Is it already time for Christmas in July? For some, yes. But if you’re not quite ready for the popular winter holiday, dial down the noise a bit and start developing your marketing strategy for the biggest fall holidays: Halloween and Thanksgiving.
The 2014 holiday season rang up a healthy $616 billion in U.S. sales, according to Reuters, four percent higher than in the previous year, including both in-store and online sales.
Your customers are your brand advocates, cheerleaders and stakeholders. They are your greatest asset, whether they shop year-round or just during the peak season or holiday season.