Pinterest is a great social media and marketing tool for retailers.
The National Retail Federation announced on July 13th that back to college spending is to reach an all-time high this year, while back to school spending is expected to see its second-highest spending level on record.
Although artificial intelligence (AI) sounds a little out of this world, this futuristic technology is already helping customers and retailers in the here and now, with expansion predicted for the years ahead.
Instagram posts don’t just happen. They are carefully crafted and executed and not all products can make it into the shot.
T-shirts sales in the United States is over a $24 billion dollar industry. Sales are especially high during the summer months when shoppers are traveling, trying to beat the heat, and picking up souvenirs.
Kids grow up fast. For retailers, growing kids equates to growing sales.
Summer means blockbuster movie releases and 2017 is no exception. The long-awaited Wonder Woman movie debuted June 2nd and amassed over $100 million in domestic ticket sales during opening weekend.
A team is a small group of people who are committed to working together to achieve the desired goals.
Let’s face it – the retail industry is not known for its early adopter behavior in technology. The dizzying pace of change in retail today can leave retailers feeling as if the sands are shifting so rapidly that they must sprint just to keep up, much less take a proactive stance.
It goes without saying that in 2017 every business needs a strong online presence. Still, if everyone has it, it’s like no one has it. In the sea of generic online ads, you need something that will make you stand out. This ‘something’ is a proper digital marketing strategy.