Retail habits are changing. More and more consumers are using their smartphones and tablets to make purchases.
If you are like many small businesses, you have considered marketing through social media, but do not know where to begin, and cannot afford to lose time learning.
The Shop.org Digital Summit is a one-stop-shop for retailers of any size looking to improve and expand their e-commerce presence.
As consumers, we’ve all done it: you Google a new product you’ve heard about and then read the reviews to see what other people think of it.
There is nothing worse than seeing a business with a great idea and concept fail to communicate successfully to their audience due to a lack of consistent branding.
If you intend to take your business to the masses to begin getting clients and making sales, then it is essential that you have a sound marketing strategy.
When beginning any retail business, it is important to clearly understand what type of goods you will be supplying.
Pinterest is easy, free and about to make a huge difference in the way you market your store.
More than 60 percent of U.S. citizens own smartphones.
In today’s increasingly digital world, it’s important for online retailers to leverage social media and develop a memorable online “window” shopping experience. One common misconception among retailers is that money can’t be made directly through social platforms, but there is indeed potential for a clear stream of revenue driven by branded, strategic and innovative social media activity.