User engagement is a clear indication of success for any website.
There are several tactics to providing a great experience, but they all come down to one thing: making the customer feel recognized as an individual, rather than “just another customer.”
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.
2016 is in full swing, and merchants everywhere are gearing up for the spring and summer seasons.
More than ever it’s crucial for independent retailers to have an online presence that can be easily utilized by their target consumer audience.
Tapping into the purchasing power of the Millennial generation – roughly defined to include everyone born between 1980 and 2000 – has been a challenge for many retailers.
In retail, social media has become a proving ground for building loyalty, driving traffic and sales, advertising and customer service.
Are you a social media manager at your company? Do you run a small business, and you’re looking for new ways to reach diverse audiences?
Advertisements and valuable content can bring your audience to your website, but what is driving them to your store?
For emerging retailers, remaining relevant in their respective markets can be challenging due to growing competition.