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    [Retail] What Does “Free” Cost?
    We’ve seen it in retail marketing for years. Tags: Advertising Factor Attention Factors Brand Management Brands Business Factors Business Method Business Plans Capitalization of Knowledge Change Factors Conversational Currency Convertising Disruptive Factors Market Factors branding capitalization corporation business business negotiation buyer deal dime distance exponential growth Free free additions free marketing free offers idea ipad Kevin Kelly line lure mindset model player retail marketing social games ultimate game use Value way Does Money Follow Free?
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 2013
    [Retail] The Marketing Agency Of The Future
    They're not the same consumers when they're reading consumer reviews as they are when they are in a physical retail location. retail. Is there a future for the advertising agency as we have known it to date? In recent months, there has been a slew of articles about advertising agencies and their future/fate in a world that is so dramatically changing when it comes to the marketing of brands. What's an agency to do? It's a murky, unclear future for the marketing agency, but one thing is for certain: things are changing at an exponential pace. Over time, this role has changed.
    [Retail] 70% Of Users Visit Pinterest For Inspiration On What To Buy
    Pinterest is also “a stronger vehicle for brand association:”  43% of users say they “associate with retailers or brands with which I identify” on Pinterest, vs. less than one-quarter (24%) of Facebook users. A similar gap exists between those visiting the social networking platforms looking for special offers from retailers or brands: 39% of Pinterest users do so vs. 26% of Facebook users. Pinterest beats out Facebook as a destination for shopping inspiration, tracking and product discovery, according to a new study by Bizrate Insights.
    [Retail] How can Foursquare benefit B2B? « Wisdom London
    Starbucks , Whole Foods and Domino’s have harnessed a trend that seems tailor-made for retail (and food in particular) – check-ins mean prizes, and of course, greater loyalty too. Wisdom London Creative Communications is our world… « Want to know what we’ve been up to in the last 6 months? The Art of Conversation (and the jazz analogy) » How can Foursquare benefit B2B? It’s pretty clear that Foursquare can be an effective marketing tool in the B2C world. But what about the B2B environment? Is Foursquare even relevant? Here is an opportunity.
    [Retail] An IPO For Humanity
    There are underwriters (usually a bank), battalions of lawyers, the securities and exchanges commission (SEC), brokers, insurers, re-insurers, institutional investors, private investors, and retail investors.  The term IPO conjures images of empire-making where a hot young company with a great product offers pieces of its future-self for sale to the public as a means of raising money without incurring debt.  The money is then used to create the next titan whose new jolt of growth is shared with all who participated. And, of course, there is a media /PR campaign. 
    [Retail] How Social Media and Smart Devices Impact Consumers’ Buying Decisions [Infographic]
    This brilliant infographic by Symphony Teleca entitled “The Meaning of Like”, illustrates how mobile devices and real-time access to review sites and social networks impact consumers’ buying decisions and overall retail experience. Transform the retail experience. As a result, review sites, social networking and mobile devices produce an incredible amount of data, which, if analyzed properly and in real-time, can significantly transform the retail experience and generate more targeted sales. Social networks influence buying behavior. Consumers go mobile.
    [Retail] Email Marketing Segmentation: Mr. Retailer – We Don’t Like Schweddy Balls
    This post was inspired by a Saturday Night Live skit. If you’re easily offended by sexual innuendo and double entendre you may want to skip the watching the video. Last year while looking for a gift for a friend, my wife and I settled on a box of gourmet “Schweddy Balls” from the Schweddy. Email marketing email marketing email marketing segmentation Saturday Night Live SNL
    [Retail] The Next Great Marketing Disruption
    was in New York speaking at the National Retail Federation ''s Big Show in New York City. Bush , was going to speak and then Costco co-founder, Jim Sinegal , would be awarded a lifetime achievement award during the NRF Retail Industry Awards Luncheon. " Is the next big disruption in marketing, retail and technology the sales receipt? national retail federation. nrf retail industry awards luncheon. retail. retail disruption. 'Last week was a weird week. That''s weird, right? that he was sitting at a tilt with it in his back pocket? Or did it?
    [Retail] Marketing Spend Dilemma. Cut Costs or Grow Revenue?
    About half of the country’s largest retail banks spent more on advertising in the first quarter of this year than they did last year. Reporting by Matthew Monk in this US Banker post outlines regulatory filings of the country’s largest retail-heavy banks ($50 billion+ in assets) that show that 11 of them have spent more year-over-year in Q1, and 11 have spent less And about half spent less.
    [Retail] On Death And Dying Brands
    bet Klein could have never imagined a retail experience like Selfridges & Co. What's most unique about this sea of tranquility in the storm of a retail environment is The Quiet Shop. retail. The new art of branding. How many painters do you know in your city or town? Not the kind with dropsheets and white overalls who will refresh your old basement bathroom with a splashy buckland blue over a long weekend, but the true artist. The one who is toiling away in their studio - day and night - trying to create their lifetime masterpiece. Picasso ! Warhol ! Renoir !"
    [Retail] Blogs Influence Consumer Spending More Than Social Networks
    They rank blogs as the third most influential digital resource (31%) when it comes to making purchase decisions, following retail sites (56%) and brand sites (34%). Blogging breeds community, where influence is born. new survey from Technorati has found that many consumers are turning to blogs when they’re looking to buy something. But it [.]. Blogging Marketing Social Media Social Media Marketing Social Networking Consumer Spending Facebook Influencer Marketing Twitter
    [Retail] I Saw Mommy Googling Santa Claus
    Courtesy of Retail Customer Experience. Portfolio
    [Retail] Entering the Golden Age of Advertising
    In a series of articles on  Nielsen Wire ,  Mashable ,  eMarketer and  Retailer Daily , every one points to a very positive future for advertising. Home It’s Josip Archives Let’s Talk The Word on the Web Entering the Golden Age of Advertising Written on May 13, 2010 by Josip Petrusa 0 Comments Tweet Share Save This last week has been anything sort of amazing for advertisers. And it really shouldn’t be a shocker that mobile advertising is leading the way. What is shocking though, contrary to popular belief, is that TV advertising is reaching 85% of viewers daily.
    [Retail] Ever Wondered About….Groupon
    Register your city and check out the daily offer on food, leisure, retail. Groupon: Game changer for consumers and retailers alike – win-win [.] Wisdom London Creative Communications is our world… « Guesting again: #SoCol and Reaping the Social Harvest Ever Wondered About… Audioboo? » Ever Wondered About… Groupon By Kate Spiers What is it? One daily deal for the masses.  Some cracking deals to be had, based on the power of collective buying.  Discounts typically around 70%, so if the deal’s what you were looking for, you’re onto a winner.
  • DANNY BROWN  |  SUNDAY, MAY 20, 2012
    [Retail] State of Independence
    Years ago I worked in retail on both sides. From my experiences, independent retailers score every time over the chain stores. Sure, you get the occasional bright spark at a major retailer who lets their passion shine through. Indie retailers, on the other hand,  love  what they’re doing. Be an Independent Retailer. Everything you do day in, day out – are you being a major retailer or are you being the independent retailer? started out working for an electrical goods chain store, then moved onto a smaller local one. Sign me up! And it worked.
    [Retail] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #63
    Local Rules: The Death (and Rebirth) of Retail - City of Sound. "Australian designer/thinker Dan Hill writes a brilliant piece about digital, retail, and how cities work." retail. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? "This National Geographic piece is the best, most recent proof I've seen of evolution. In just a few decades, the lizards' guts changed dramatically in order to survive in a new environment. " (Alistair for Hugh). Slate. " (Alistair for Mitch). apple.
    [Retail] The Psychology of Being Memorable
    ve then gone to other retailers that would make excellent poster boys for double servings of spaghetti – they’re just all over the place and falling out the bowl. BUT … I am a huge fan of the layouts in their retail stores. Their websites follow this simplicity, with each country following the same design, and this has turned the Swedish furniture giant into one of the most successful retailers around. It’s not just retail where IKEA’s mindset can be used. Consumers love simplicity. We don’t want to be confused with multiple messages and options. Simple works. Right?
    [Retail] Why user-generated reviews matter in online retail
    [Retail] Digital trends round-up – December 2013
    While Amazon’s recent announcement that they have set their sights on offering speedy delivery by drone has attracted both publicity and scorn in equal measure, they’re not the only retailer thinking about same-day service. The trend is also evident in online grocery retail. With ever more retailers looking to introduce this service, consumer expectations of super-fast delivery will only add to the pressure on bricks and mortar-only stores to compete effectively. Same-day delivery is fast becoming a reality. Twitter establishes its first online research community.
    [Retail] News Round-Up – November
    Digital grocery retail is on the rise. Digital grocery retail is on the up in the UK. Digital tools and technologies Innovation Social business Social media digital grocery retail digital trends innovation real-time marketing social media tablet use 'Each month we bring you our news round- up – a summary of the latest digital trends, innovations and new technologies to help you navigate today’s fast-paced, tech-enabled world. Growth in this area is predicted to rise by as much as 123% by 2018. Weather-dependent campaigns – the latest development in real-time marketing.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 2013
    [Retail] The New Convergence
    Because of this, the concept of opening up a local retail outlet seems counterintuitive. retail. 'This is not about media convergence. It''s about something bigger. Things change. Things change so fast that sometimes, it''s hard to see it. We tend to think about our businesses and our lives in terms of keeping up with change. This creates a metal imagery of a mouse running on a wheel, doesn''t it? At some point you''re just chasing your own tail. Instead of worrying about how much the world is changing, why not focus on the things that have changed? new paradigm. It''s powerful.
    [Retail] OpenMarket’s Alex Moir: Move Beyond Mobile Marketing To Mobile Commerce Transactions & Loyalty Schemes
    An Aberdeen survey of 129 retailers , for example, found that 38 percent of respondents are at some stage of integrating mobile into the in-store and overall retail experience. Meantime, a new research partnership between the Association for Interactive Media and Entertainment, the Internet Advertising Bureau and the Interactive Media in Retail Group – with input and support from mobile operator Orange in the U.K. — confirms that mobile commerce is top of the agenda for the vast majority of UK retailers and marketing professionals. TRANSACTIONS: The recent U.K.
    [Retail] Examples of online communities in the retail industry
    For the second in our series of Online Community Examples , we move on to look at online communities in the retail industry. Online communities in the retail industry. In an economic downturn, we’re seeing a real shift in retail shopping  patterns. No overview of online communities in the retail industry would be complete without looking at MyStarbucksIdea. People are shopping around more and price is of even greater importance than it might have ever been in decision making. This is where online communities can come in handy. Wal-Mart’s Elevenmoms.
    [Retail] Holiday Marketing Tips for Small Businesses
    Most of the focus of the season goes to the big-box retailers, who manage to sell flat screen TVs for $10, or so it seems. Photo Courtesy of Houston Style MagazineThe rampant use of the internet has changed where retailers should be focusing when it comes to holiday advertising. Instead of paper copies of the Target Black Friday ad or the Toys R Us Big Toy Book, most retailers are offering PDF downloads or just posting advertising directly on their own websites. Let’s explore some types of internet marketing that retailers can use during the holidays: · Email.
    [Retail] Some Cheez-its, A Mountain Dew, A Snickers Bar. And A Kindle
    As Amazon continues to grow, expand and diversify itself as one of the largest retailers and technology service providers in the world, attention is always paid when the virtual store does something physical. Every so often, rumors crop-up that the online retailer (that has a market cap of over $157 billion) is about to open up physical retail locations or is providing delivery lockers (known as Amazon Locker ) or some other unique way to change the retail experience. Both in terms of brand affinity and a war chest to experiment with new ways of retailing.
    [Retail] Katie Couric Will Give Us The Internet That We Deserve
    Sure, Amazon is one of the world''s largest retailers, but they''ve also just announced more original programming like Betas and Alpha House (kind of like their own, little cable network). retailer. 'What kind of Internet do we want? Some might consider this a vague, daunting and even ambiguous question, but it begs for an answer. Anyone who has been online for a long time knows how interesting, diverse and different the Internet - as a medium - was (and can still be). It was very different from anything that we had seen before. From sitting back to leaning in. Google = 27%.
    [Retail] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #53
    Every retailer now looks to Apple as the gold standard for what a retail experience should be. Apple is still a relative newbie when it comes to retail experience, but they started with two core concepts that this article hardly mentions: 1. They didn't spend much time thinking about the revenue per square inch like most other retailers do. don't know why retailers scratch their heads at the success of Apple's retail ventures. wish more retailers and brands would realize this." retail. And that's just the first few paragraphs. ClickZ.
    [Retail] The Fantabulous Lists of Social Media Case Studies
    110 Ways Retailers are Using Social Media Marketing by ( [link] ). I’ve been browsing through the lists of top social media case studies and I thought I am going to share  some of the top sites with you: by Tod Maffin. List of Social Media Marketing Examples by ( [link] ). Social media case studies by  ([link] ). Social Brand Index by ( [link] ). WOMMA’s Case Study Library by ( [link] ). The Association Social Media Wiki’s List by ( [link] ). Blog Well Case Studies by ( [link] ). Fortune 500 Business Blogging Wiki by ( John Cass ). Collection of 50+ Enterprise 2.0
    [Retail] Is Amazon reading this blog?
    September 29th, 2010 · View Comments On Monday I wrote about the future of libraries , and how digital sharing and sampling are legally enabled either by open works (Public Domain or Creative Commons), or that retailers will have a vested interest in allowing sampling. It makes total sense for Amazon to use the same model which has served them well to build the retail business – leverage a long tail of website publishers and social network users who can be rewarded in a small financial way if their recommendations result in sales.
    [Retail] 5 Mobile Data Points You Need To Know From Chetan Sharma, Flurry & ABI Research
    And finally — another survey report that confirms mobile marketing goes a long way toward increasing revenue in the retailing sector. According to ABI Research’s Technology Barometer: 45 percent of smartphone users with a retailer-branded app visit the retailer’s store more often. But only 25 percent of the respondents had downloaded a retailer-branded app. A new fact-packed report from Chetan Sharma confirms that the global mobile industry is still the most vibrant and fastest growing sector on the planet. Total global mobile revenues are forecast to hit $1.5
    [Retail] An Offer They Can’t Refuse: Using Mobile To Drive Customer Acquisition
    The holiday numbers are in, the mobile user surveys are done, and the implications for brands, retailers and marketers are profound. But it also lays the groundwork for strategies that enable brands (and retailers) to build up an opt-in customer database , an interaction they can cultivate by offering coupons and SMS alerts to consumers who genuinely want to hear what the brand has to say. The bottom line: mobile retail is a fact, not a fad. InsightExpress reports that mobile retail purchase intent is eight times higher than online retail purchase intent.
    [Retail] Lead Generation: Are You Using Marketing Analytics?
    They come from traffic at a retail location, from a web visitor, from a direct marketing campaign, an event, mobile devices, and contact centers, among Most marketers today understand that lead generation is imperative and should be a key element of every sales and marketing organization.  However, “leads” can come in all shapes and sizes. 
    [Retail] Social Networking Accounts for 1 in 4 Minutes Spent Online in Europe
    Other popular online activities among European consumers include: 3 in 4 visited a retail site. The average European consumer spends more than a day (25.9 hours) online every month, according to a new report by comScore. For those 397 million Europeans, social networking now accounts for 1 in 4 minutes spent online. 62% visited a games site. 50% visited sports sites and newspaper sites. Mobile and tablets are also making headway in the European market – particular in the UK, where over 16% of online traffic comes from non-computer devices. Download the full comScore report here.
    [Retail] 3 guidelines to empower your local marketing
    That statement was by a FMCG/Retail executive who stated that consumers’ tastes and preferences vary every few hundred kilometers. I was reading a recent issue of Forbes India where they enlightened readers on the FDI and one of the statements caught my eye. Infact there is a sea-change of difference between consumers of Pune and. Digital Insight
    [Retail] Attention All Robot Shoppers
    Recently, a new kind of retail experience has entered the fray that is attempting to cater to both kinds of shoppers (the lovers and the haters) by creating an experience that is both digital and physical. Is this the future of retail or just a parlor trick? future of retail. retail. retail experience. retail technology. digitalshopping futureofretail hointer jeans retail retailexperience retailtechnology robots shopper shopping shoppingmall technology 'Do you love shopping? Do you hate shopping? The robot will see you now. Take a peek inside.
    [Retail] Master List ?(A Wiki of Social Media Marketing Examples)?
    Whittemore   Wiggly Wigglers   Wiggly Podcast   Podcasting  Retail  United Kingdom  C.B. Whittemore   Wiggly Wigglers   Wiggly Wigglers Blog   Blog / Blogging  Retail  United Kingdom  C.B. For an additional 500, be sure to visit Master List 2.  And the third 500 has started on Master List 3. To learn how to contribute/edit, visit the Administration page. Wikis  Automotive  United States  David Bausola   Ford   Hurra Torpedo campaign   Presentation sharing  Automotive  United States  Philippe Deltenre   Ford   Where are the Joneses? Evans   adenin TECHNOLOGIES Inc.
  • DANNY BROWN  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 2011
    [Retail] How Smart is Your Local Business Marketing?
    Every weekend without fail, my local electronics retailer runs a flyer in the local newspaper. You see, every weekend the retailer puts out his flyer, it’s always the same. They sit by their breakfast tables waiting for the newspaper to be delivered, grab the flyer, and drive on down to the retailer to maybe buy a new TV, or phone, or games console. Sure, you could say that the retailer must be doing alright, as the weekend business covers the quiet week, right? It highlights special offers and discounts and proudly displays “This weekend only!&# Wrong.
    [Retail] The lies behind online ratings and reviews
    They have also proven to be a great way for retailers to increase sales. 78% say consumer recommendations are the most credible form of advertising (Nielsen, 2007), What retailers have come to realise is that their customers trust each other more than they trust the brand. Retailers have been adding ratings and reviews to their websites. Despite all the evidence, we at FreshNetworks still run into uncertainty when discussing ratings and reviews with online retailers. Especially amoung UK-based retailers, there first reaction is often nervousness. The result?
    [Retail] BLE vs. NFC: The Future of Mobile Consumer Engagement
    Compliments of Retail Customer Experience. 'BLE vs. NFC [infographic]. Portfolio
    [Retail] Building Community: It’s More than Engagement
    See what you think of this, from the online retailer perspective. 'Nice little deck from Jason Falls of CafePress. think the lessons are spot on. Etail East – Jason Falls presentation – 2013 from Jason Falls. ————— ( photo credit ). Case Study From the Trenches Implementation
    [Retail] Digital trends round-up – March 2014
    The retailer has launched JLab , a technology incubator where entrepreneurs can submit ideas that they believe will change the future of retail. Japanese online retailer, Rakuten, acquired Viber in a move which will enable the brand to combine their e-commerce platform with Viber’s messaging system. This allows users to do everything from book taxis and invest in financial products with further plans to integrate it with other retail platforms. Don’t go it alone. Brands work with consumers and start-ups to drive innovation. The challenge of real-time marketing.
    [Retail] A Multichannel Marketing Roadmap: Analytics and Insights
    Whether the conversation happens at retail, on the phone, on the Web or in the form of direct response to mail and/or email, the interaction with your customer or prospect should be informed by customer intelligence. “Unified Marketing,” “Customer Engagement Marketing,” “Marketing 2.0” and “Consumerism” are all concepts of marketing practice that aim to create the most relevant dialogues with the possible.
  • JUGNOO  |  TUESDAY, JULY 31, 2012
    [Retail] Explaining What You Do While Captivating Your Audience – That’s Edutainment!
    Last week, Swedish furniture retailer IKEA launched a new augmented reality mobile app for its catalogue. The app will enable IKEA catalogue readers to view films, photos and other interactive features to get ideas for home decorating without having to visit a retail store – all by simply scanning your phone or tablet over pages that are marked with a special app icon. Earlier this month, I posted a story about the pros and cons of using digital storytelling to generate sales leads. One of our readers, Elliot Dwennen , made a very good point in his comment on that blog.
    [Retail] Facebook Brand Engagement Grows 896% Year-Over-Year
    The data (collected from Adobe AdLens and Adobe Social solutions) for this report comes from over 260 billion impressions for 338 companies in the automotive, CPG, financial services, media and entertainment, and retail industries and the activity of 70 million fans. A new study by Adobe found that brand engagement (defined as likes, comments, and shares) on Facebook rose 896% year-over-year. Mobile engagement is also way up; around one-quarter of Facebook engagement came from mobile users. What led to the increase in brand engagement? use of new acquisition and engagement metrics.
    [Retail] 5 Mobile Data Points: Internet World, eMarketer, inMobi, Motorola & BuzzCity
    Motorola Solutions has recently produced a survey identifying the future trends for the retail sector. 66 percent of retail respondents are interested in mobile Point-Of-Sale (POS), while 42 percent are currently piloting or starting trails within the next 36 months. Many retailers such as Bass Pro, Sephora and Eastern Mountain Sports have already turned to mobile POS, with a view to improving the quality of customer service and increase consumer loyalty. However, many respondents have not yet taken the critical first step. SOURCE: [link]. million in 2011. SOURCE: [link].
    [Retail] Mobile Commerce Moves Up To Marketing Mega-Trend
    IBM’s Smarter Commerce initiative has produced a new online retail benchmark study, research that compares Cyber Monday 2011 versus Cyber Monday 2010 and reveals some surprising trends. retailers. percent of people used a mobile device to visit a retailer’s site, up from 3.9 Apple’s iPhone and iPad continued to rank one and two for mobile device retail traffic (4.1 percent of all online retail traffic versus 10.2 Shoppers using the iPad also continued to drive more retail purchases than any other device with conversion rates reaching 5.2 percent).
    [Retail] Can non-profits lead the way for mass-adoption or geolocation.
    Written on August 18, 2010 by Espo in Geotargeting As geolocation applications, like foursquare , Gowalla and SCVNGR , continue to gain integration with the general public and retailers, we are going to see a lot of cool things from companies benefiting retailers; however that is still a ways away. Home About Archives Press Clips Spark Advisors Suggested Reading Can non-profits lead the way for mass-adoption or geolocation applications? I know I do, at least unless there is a cheeky comment making me want to check out the location, but I still use the applications.
    [Retail] 20 Ways Businesses Are Using Foursquare
    Retail stores. Retail Stores are using Foursquare to get shoppers to not only “check-in” but to buy. It’s coupon clicking for retail without the hassle of having to chase a sale. Corporations not necessarily related to customer service such as restaurants, retail stores and so forth are using Foursquare. I know. We are trying to figure this “foursquare&# thing out. understand completely. The research team at Brandswag (Rachel Elsts and Stephanie Gray) decided to put together 20 different ways foursquare is being using in the business setting. Expires 9/30/10.
    [Retail] Google+ Hangouts Come Alive
    I’m already getting some ideas for local retailers , floral and landscape professionals, and so many other mainstream businesses that need to make their art and expertise come alive to differentiate their business from so many others. There is a big difference between television and live television. Live television comes alive because there is anticipation and excitement about what is going to happen next. Photographer John Butterill a pplied this principle to Google+ Hangouts by taking it mobile , and indeed there is an equally significant, if not remarkable difference.
    [Retail] Aisle411: Accelerating In-Store Engagement With Mobile Search, Mobile Marketing & Social Media
    Heightened activity and interest in mobile retail (spurred on by holiday shopping and the rapid uptake of price comparison services and apps), has paved the way for a variety of new and immersive mobile experiences that insert marketing messages and campaigns into our daily shopping routines. However, only a handful of companies are prepared to compete where it really counts : at the point of inspiration, otherwise known as the retail shelf. Joe pointed out that vast majority ( 75 percent ) of purchase decisions are made in front of the retail shelf. What does Aisle 411 do?
    [Retail] Social Networking Stats: 42% of Those With Foursquare App Are Active Users, #RLTM Scoreboard
    Foursquare CEO Dennis Crowley spoke to AdWeek last month about retailers’ perception of Foursquare’s user numbers: “I wouldn’t say scale is an issue. The #RLTM Scoreboard:  Social Networking Stats for the Week. Facebook: 1 billion active users. via  Facebook. Twitter: over 500 million users. via  Twopcharts. Qzone: 599 million monthly active users. via  TechCrunch. Sina Weibo: over 400 million users. via  Yahoo. Renren: over 170 million users. via  iResearch iUser Tracker. LinkedIn: 187 million active users. via  LinkedIn. Google Plus: 100 million monthly active users.
    [Retail] What's More Important To A Consumer: The Price Or The Brand?
    If you think that branding and retail have become complicated because of stuff like showrooming and attribution, you need to take a pause and try to figure out the myriad of complexities that e-commerce has created in the retail chain when laid out in this article. We also look to traditional retailers and wonder how they will keep pace against Amazon. That retailers have no chance against e-commerce plays when they''re not dealing with the traditional supply chain and logistic problems. retail attribution. retail. traditional retailer. Kearney.
  • CROWD MEDIA  |  FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 2013
    The audience attracts Brand Managers, Marketing Directors and Retail Trade Marketers from M&S, Starbucks, Boots, Disney, Tesco, Argos and Lego, to name a few. Crowd will be hosting ten round table discussions over the two day event, in the new Retail Therapy Zone, talking exclusively on the subject of social media for retail. Many retail marketers still question its value and are unsure how best to use it.  How do retailers encourage experience, keep customers engaged throughout and then convert to a sale, whilst still being profitable?
  • DAVE FLEET  |  THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 2010
    [Retail] Mobile Commerce On The Rise… Fast
    According to the company, 20 per cent of US consumers have purchased something from a retailer using their cell phone. Interestingly, the company suggests that credit cards might be getting in the way of mobile commerce growing even faster than it already is, saying, “if you want more sales from mobile customers, make it easy for them to store their credit card info…&# They link that to the question, “if retailers can’t get the credit card out of the way, how about the carriers?&# 13% Said if their credit card was stored with the retailer.
    [Retail] Should You Buy Facebook Fans? - Social Media
    Lets look at a different scenario: Imagine there is a retail outlet in the brick and mortar world. The retailer buys some 10000 people to just come to the retail outlet. We hear one or all of the below: Buy Facebook Fans Want Facebook Fans Link Exchanges I Fan You And You Fan Me Do you think that outright purchasing Fans solves your marketing concern? Who perhaps could be looking at this? Why does this not take place in the brick and mortar world as a main operative thought? You may think that the shop capacity vis a vis the number of persons does not make sense.
    [Retail] Get Traffic And Retain Them On Google+ For Social Media
    Have your Link mentioned in the retail stores that you might have. Google+ is one more feather in your cap on the Social Media front. The question is how should you get more Traffic to your Google+ Page? Also what should you do so that they do not 'Un-friend' you. Here are a couple of points that you might want to work towards so that your Google+ Pages have a good Traffic flow which you can retain as well: Remember to update your Profile Page. Have an appropriate image and proper Bio-Data. Use Keywords wisely and sparingly. Have Content that matters. Make your Content SEO based.
    [Retail] The Mobile Revolution is Here Now [Infographic]
    52% of retailers do not have a mobile website experience (You’re not alone!). For the past 5 years or so, research has predicted that mobile devices would overtake personal computers when it comes to internet usage. The infographic in this blog post pulls together data that shows that the turning point is here now. The Post-PC Revolution infographic was created by Moovweb , a company that has released a “Post-PC cloud-based Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) that syncs content, features and business logic across all Web experiences – in real time.” people on Earth).
  • UNSPOKEN  |  TUESDAY, MAY 15, 2012
    [Retail] Finally – A Promising Buzz in the Social Media Marketing Atmosphere
    In his ebook, Groupon: Why Deep Discounts are Bad for Business , Bob Phibbs (“The Retail Doctor”) relates stories of Groupon disasters. Retailers might offer an $80 product or service for $40 but after their cut with Groupon they receive $20 for an $80 value. I’ve watched with a bit of dismay as marketers have tried to figure out the social media environment, working to get consumers to buy products and services purely based on electronic communication. FreebeeCards bills itself as “the next generation of daily offers.” Digg Digg.
    [Retail] Why we need to dig deeper to measure the true value of social
    The most interesting part of the report for me referenced the positive mentions that people expressed post purchase; “Shoppers expressed positive consumer sentiment on promotions, shipping and convenience as well as the retailers themselves at a three to one ratio”. So how could retailers find the true value that social attributed towards Black Friday? Tweet A recent  IBM report on Black Friday sales figures stated that social media generated only 0.34% of online sales, with  Twitter generating an outright 0% of revenue. But this really doesn’t tell the full story. Tweet This!
    [Retail] Say Hello To ShowPony
    ShowPony is simply a way for us to have a brand and environment that allows us to attract more retail, customer facing clients to take advantage of our team’s experience with these types of clients.  It’s been a whirlwind month or so and my blog and personal social media use has certainly suffered.  Finding time to attend to my personal stuff is always going to be a significant challenge with a full time gig.  The anxiety of a shrinking Klout score and Alexa rating always seems to reel me back in.  I’m so vain. I welcome the challenge. Social Media
    [Retail] Durex #1Share1Condom Campaign Helps Fight AIDS
    Based on AdAge’s calculations, that equals over $600,000 worth of condoms at retail prices, or $0.24 In support of World AIDS Day, Durex created the #1Share1Condom Twitter hashtag campaign to help fight the spread of HIV. From November 26 through December 1st, Durex offered to donate one unused condom for every tweet with #1Share1Condom and for every share of the World AIDS Day image or video on Durex USA’s Facebook page. Stop the misunderstanding – RT to spread the word about HIV & AIDS and we’ll donate a Durex condom. The effort is capped at 2.5 The 2.5
    [Retail] Distributed Marketing provides unique opportunity to support B2B & technology marketers.
    Sales in the field, at the branch, or at the retail level which have little or no access to marketing programs and little expertise in marketing implementation or database management. Many business-to-business and technology companies struggle to effectively support the complexities of their marketing functions. These challenges include, but are not limited to: Control of brand consistency as well as the marketing programs, when there is a constant pull to decentralize the marketing function to support resellers, VARS and OEM partners. Read More
    [Retail] February 24: this week in social media
    Pinterest leads Facebook in retail sales acquisition. February 24: this week in social media. View more lists from Sherrilynne Starkie. Related posts: Study shows social media drives sales. Facebook advertising facts. Click here to start to receive my newsletter. PLEASE LIKE  MY FACEBOOK PAGE. Related articles. Social media demographics. Pinterest for Business. Authors and Social Media: What Works? Facebook Headline Social Media Twitter
  • WORKFACE  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 22, 2011
    [Retail] Customer Satisfaction is No Longer Enough – Engagement is Now Key
    ” Lots of technology vendors, retailers, clothing makers and other types of companies have satisfied customers. In retail, 42 percent of Nordstrom's customers connect at a higher level compared to 29 percent for Macy's and 23 percent for Walmart.” What is that sets brands like Apple, Nordstrom and Nike apart from their competitors? It isn’t “customer satisfaction.” We ‘expect’ to be satisfied.” ” Across industries, customer connection now drives increased brand loyalty, sales and referrals. So how do companies achieve this?
    [Retail] Burberry Weaves its Magic into a New Pattern of Thought
    Burberry is regaining the reputation of a retail brand of the highest quality and moves into the 21st century as a juggernaut in more ways than one. On entrance to the store there are no signs of any clothing rails or robotic queues to cash tills, it seems that in Bailey’s mind those times are long gone, a new era has emerged in the retail industry. With nearly 15,000,000 Facebook followers and 1,800,000 tweeters making it the most popular online retailer, Burberry continues to conjure up effective campaigns appropriate to the digital world. Pivot. The Burberry Experience.
  • JUGNOO  |  FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 2014
    [Retail] Social Media Integration: Pinterest Most Influential
    Source: Social Commerce IQ: Retail 2013. The   Social Commerce IQ: Retail 2013 report can be downloaded here: 'With people spending more and more time online shopping ( see link to the 8th Bridge report below ) the importance of social media integration rises , and it looks like Pinterest has the lead when it comes to ecommerce sites choosing which sharing buttons to feature. Social platforms drive sales by directing consumers from the social site to the product page, where the purchase is made. Research by
    [Retail] TrendsSpotting Insight: Why QR Codes Fail and How They Can Still be Beneficial
    Unfortunately, retailers and manufactures have failed to develop the use of QR codes. By thinking about consumer needs, retailers and manufacturers can ensure brand loyalty and direct purchase using QR codes. Four years ago, excited by the potential of QR codes, we have reviewed the very early initiatives that were made with QR codes. They understood the potential of direct interaction with consumers, but have chosen to lead them to totally wrong directions. No wonder that only few consumers tried to engage with QR codes (5-6%). What a waste.
  • DAVE FLEET  |  SUNDAY, JULY 3, 2011
    [Retail] Smart Location-Based Marketing By Home Depot
    Just saw this photo on my friend Ben Lucier’s Posterous site – hardware retailer Home Depot reserved a parking spot for him at his local store in the “Pro&# parking section. Because he was the mayor. Smart way to reward their most loyal customer (well, the most loyal customer using Foursquare, anyway) with something that has zero cost to Home Depot but a nice benefit for the customer, all the while encouraging other people to compete for that benefit. location marketing Foursquare
    [Retail] 101 Online Video Stats to Make Your Eyes Glaze Over
    How do online videos benefit retail? Catching the e-tail trend , 55% of online retailers used video on product pages in 2009 but this technique increased to 73% of retailers in 2010. According to Internet Retailer , an April 2010 report stated that consumers who watch product videos are 85% more likely to buy products compared to those who do not watch. Internet Retailer released a study that found shoppers were 144% more likely to add a product to their cart after viewing a product video on compared to shoppers who avoided video. billion.
    [Retail] QR codes Make Emotional Connections
    One example is  local retailers using video to bring the in-store experience to new prospects. The idea is that personalized service and first-hand experience with products differentiates a local retailer from an online merchant. Traditional retailer JC Penney has come up with an ingenious application that should give all of something to think about. QR codes are effective for bringing virtually any form of digital content to people via their mobile devices – and for the most part, that is how they are commonly used. That would really be something special.
    [Retail] Case Study Crunch: FMCG Social Media Case Studies « The Cube
    Case Study Crunch: Retail Social Media Case Studies The social media strategy series: Identifying goals and objectives Case Study Crunch: FMCG Social Media Case Studies Contact us Which are the top tools and apps: The results Case Study Crunch: Social Media case studies in Entertainment (TV, Film, Music + More) The social media strategy series: Getting Buy In The social media strategy series: Is social media right for your business? Nestle anyone?) Did you enjoy this post? Then you might like to  subscribe by email or RSS to future posts, delivered straight to you. what a year!
    [Retail] #MobileFirst Data Points You Need To Know: @localresponse @nielsencompany @MetaforicLtd @juniperresearch
    LocalResponse slices and dices data around check-ins to find out who, where, and when we check in so retailers can make the most of their strategy.  This is fabulous news for retailers and a data point that should assuage their fears about delving more into enabling — and encouraging — mobile-assisted shopping. Another curated collection of data points you need to know as you map out your #MobileFirst strategies to drive positive results further down in the purchase funnel. Check-in offers heaviest between 2-3pm on Saturdays. But don’t ignore Friday night either.  SOURCE: Nielsen.
    [Retail] New Mobile Audit Reveals State Of Mobile Commerce Among Leading Brands; Identifies Best Practices
    Forrester Research is particularly bullish and predicts marketers and retailers will start investing significantly in cohesive mobile marketing and commerce strategies. ABI and other research firms have said they were caught off guard by the explosion of highly innovative use-cases deployed by retailers and third-party players, and many have had to adjust their forecasts upwards. prime example is Amazon, an online retailer that became the first to achieve $1 billion annual sales generated by shoppers using their mobile devices to clinch the deal. by end-2011. billion.
    [Retail] M-Pulse: Chetan Sharma Talks Mobile Commerce, Payments & 2012 Mobile Predictions Survey Results
    If this is indeed a momentous year for mobile retail and transactions of all kinds, then what will happen to the mix of payment options and players currently jockeying for position? rant about the disconnect between the mobile and retail readiness of luxury brands (lacking to say the least!) and its announcement that it has helped drive more than $110 million in-store revenue for partner retailers and brands in 2011, and is poised to do even more in 2012. So are luxury brands falling down when it comes to mobile and retail readiness? Who, what, where, when & how?
    [Retail] I’ll Love You Forever, Unless There’s A Sale!
    Retailers are now experiencing a shift in the mindset of shoppers.  The infographic below, presented by MarketTrack, provides insight into the unforeseen risk facing retailers. 'Brand loyalty or deal? That is the question. More and more, shoppers are willing to make the switch, in brand or store, to save some cash.  Market Track. Infographics
    [Retail] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #66
    "Price comparison, consumer reviews and being able to get competitive pricing via your mobile device at retail is not only the new reality of the new consumer, but it's a fact of life. retail. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? "I'm at O'Reilly's Strata conference this week, which looks at the advent of Big Data , new interfaces, and ubiquitous computing. Plenty of speakers talk about the utopian possibilities of data transparency. " (Alistair for Hugh). " (Alistair for Mitch).
    [Retail] Black Friday 2012 = Record Online Results
    Record Online Sales for Thanksgiving, Fuels Black Friday Retail Surge, Reports IBM. Mobile Shopping: Mobile purchases soared with 24 percent of consumers using a mobile device to visit a retailer’s site, up from 14.3 The Savvy shopper: While consumers spent more overall, they shopped with greater frequency to take advantage of retailer deals and free shipping. Social Media Sentiment Index: Shoppers expressed positive consumer sentiment on promotions, shipping and convenience as well as the retailers themselves at a three to one ratio. percent, led by the iPad.
    [Retail] Small Business Blog: Be the Resource in Your Neighborhood
    While talking with a small retail business in an what we'll call "Oldtown" recently, I asked why she hadn't updated her blog in weeks. We talked about how she could point to other businesses and events in "Oldtown" : Introduce other retailers in the area (show Oldtown as a convenient shopping area). The "what do I write about" is a great question. . I'd rather a conversation about the possibilities of what to write than a have a constant sales pitch coming from the keyboard of a small business blog. Write about some of the food and drink options for shoppers (.and
    [Retail] How Customer Service on Social Media Helps Your Brand [Infographic]
    35% of retailers actually erased a customer’s question on their Facebook Page. Tweet Last week Henriette wrote a blog post about the importance of connecting with your fans on a personal level when brands communicate on social media platforms. Today, I’m going to elaborate a bit further on this subject by having a look at some recent statistics about customer service on social channels. Include social media as part of your customer service strategy. If you don’t use social media as part of your customer service strategy yet – you should. Brands that don’t, lose. Infographic].
    [Retail] Top 10 social media blog posts from 2011
    Why retailer Tesco bought a social media company. Tweet From the Top 10 viral advertising campaigns , to the Top 10 marketing moments of 2011 , the “Top 10 season” is definitely in full swing, so we thought we’d jump on the bandwagon and look at the Top 10 social media blog posts from 2011 on our blog. 15 essential articles for online community managers. 23 social media collaboration platforms. Google+: A social networking site or the future of search engine marketing? Tips from the team behind the UK’s third most engaging Facebook page. Coca-Cola cut ad spend by 6.6%
    [Retail] Mobile matters: Gary Schwartz on how your brand keeps up with shoppers
     I had the pleasure of speaking to Gary Schwartz about his book Fast Shopper, Slow Store about perhaps the most transformative trend on the horizon – the impact of smartphone technology on business and retail. In the retail world it is a change in shopper behavior and some companies will suffer by not adapting and new companies will emerge to capitalize on this shopping behaviour. The key for any retailer is to understand their consumer and their “screen” activity. find it interesting that in a book on retail you spend time discussing the American presidential race.
    [Retail] Aisle411: Accelerating In-Store Engagement With Mobile Search, Mobile Marketing & Social Media
    Heightened activity and interest in mobile retail (spurred on by holiday shopping and the rapid uptake of price comparison services and apps), has paved the way for a variety of new and immersive mobile experiences that insert marketing messages and campaigns into our daily shopping routines. However, only a handful of companies are prepared to compete where it really counts : at the point of inspiration, otherwise known as the retail shelf. Joe pointed out that vast majority ( 75 percent ) of purchase decisions are made in front of the retail shelf. What does Aisle 411 do?
    [Retail] Who’s Improving Their Conversion Rate?
    'The information in this infographic highlights what is happening around conversion rate optimization for ecommerce and online retailers. Retailers tend to overspend on customer acquisition and underspend on the actual conversion process. The average conversion rate for commerce sites has come down over the last few years, but the revenue from commerce has also doubled in the same amount of time. B testing is the most popular method to help improve conversion, but given the low budgets attached to improving conversion processes, a lot more could be done. More at  [link].
    [Retail] 5 Must-Reads On Social Media & Cyber Monday
    By Nick Trenchard Facebook is gearing up for the holiday season and expanding its roster of online retailers to help the social media giant transition into the world of e-commerce. new IBM analysis of real-time sales data from Black Friday shows that Facebook and Twitter aren’t about to become the revenue freeway for retailers. Take a look at the impact (or lack thereof) social media has on Cyber Monday in today’s must-reads. Cyber Monday: Facebook Adds Social Gifting Service. Social networks fail Cyber Monday test. Black Friday, Cyber Monday and now #GivingTuesday.
    [Retail] The Mobile Mavens Talk Mobile Commerce; Why M&S Rocks Mobile Shopping
    retailer Marks & Spencer’s (M&S) earlier this year. Indeed, a rafts of recent reports (and reporting via the team at Mobile Marketer ) show that mobile devices (and the apps we download to find stores and compare prices) have irreversibly transformed retail. organizations — the Association of Interactive Media and Entertainment (AIME), The Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) and Interactive Media in Retail Group (IMRG) have collaborated ona survey of 140+ marketing professionals. retailer Marks & Spencer’s (M&S). MMA consumer research.
    [Retail] COM #250: Nokia Quiz, Apple’s iCloud, Mobile Ad Networks, Mobile Web Influencers List
    Martin Wilson over at Mobileweb Company draws from recent industry reports and surveys to map out the opportunities in the emerging mobile retail/commerce space. How can retailers really deliver value via mobile? MobileGroove deep dives into Mobile Intel: Retail , a mobile intelligence report that draws from Millennial Media network data (data that was accumulated across 67 billion mobile impressions in 250 countries and territories) and consumer research conducted by comScore. A big reason why companies should grasp the mobile retail opportunity with both hands.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 2012
    [Retail] Social Media Campaigns Don’t Match When Consumers Are Online
    And now there’s a new study out from YesMai l, which looked at the social networks of 20 popular clothing retailers in order to discover how email boosts social engagement, what times of day and week are most effective, and how to standardize some of your engagement in order to succeed. . Ever wonder how much content you should be producing? What about how many times you should be posting to the social networks? was just asked this question during a speaking engagement yesterday, “How many times should I be posting to Facebook every day?” and 12 a.m. to 7 p.m. to 8 a.m.
  • UNSPOKEN  |  FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 2013
    [Retail] Building A Real Twitter Community At #SXSW with Nestivity
    The Acquity Group studied the behavior of Interbrand’s 2012 Best Retail Brands and found them lacking on Twitter. We’ve heard it time and time again: Twitter is a great community-building tool. And I agree, in part – there is the potential for Twitter to be a fantastic place for deep, meaningful connections and powerful communities. But it’s not quite there yet. The reality is, the majority of tweets go unanswered. full 73 percent of customer tweets were ignored. Creating Community With Nestivity. Enter Nestivity. How Does Nestivity Work?
    [Retail] #MobileFirst Data Points You Need To Know From @forrester @Econsultancy @manhattanresear
    Retailers: watch those iOS owners! Retailers need to pay close attention to analytics and monitor the activity from iOS platforms across their mobile properties.  No matter the size of the business, retailers can’t ignore people’s growing comfort with the idea of purchasing products, services and other stuff directly from their mobile device. Because they are the people most likely to purchase something on their device, more so than Android, Blackberry or Windows owners.  This insight comes courtesy of Forrester Research and a study it did with 50,000 mobile owners. 
    [Retail] Mobile Marketing Association Surveys Brands & Agencies Worldwide
    The rise (and rise) of mobile retail, the advance of smartphones and connected devices, and the heightened interest among companies across all verticals (retail, automotive, finance, pharmaceutical — the works!) This year we have witnessed a seismic shift in how brands and agencies wield the power of mobile to deliver effective advertising, engage with consumers every stage of their daily journey and —ultimately — achieve business objectives that go beyond brand promotion and awareness to encourage commerce and continued customer loyalty. some tough questions.
    [Retail] 10 Fun Twitter Apps You May Not Have Heard Of
    Almost like a Digg for deals, CheapTweet collates all the best retail offers being tweeted, and allows folks to vote on the best ones so you can save the most. As the new Twitter continues to role out across the network, it’s clear that the micro-blogging platform intends to be here for the long-term. Its initial use as a short message system has evolved into a truly multi-faceted and game-changing platform. Business, cause marketing, non-profits, customer service, lead generation and more – Twitter really does have something for everyone. SecretTweet. Twitter Tussle. ASKch.
    [Retail] 7 Mobile Marketing Stats That Will Blow Your Mind
    This type of behavior will ultimately lead to an increase in the importance of online reputation management, fair pricing and transparency from retail outlets. Smart retailers (like Target) are recognizing this trend and incentivizing the use of mobile phones within the store with discounts and coupons targeted at mobile users. 78% of retailers plan to invest in mobile this year. The figure is expected to top 220 million within the retail market alone. 'Mobile marketing is the future. Pay close attention. More than ever, Americans are attached to their devices.
    [Retail] Doing well by doing good by the numbers
    Their 2011 Cause evolution study include fantastic insights such as 83% of Americans wish more products, services and retailers would support a cause. Making the business case for doing good is absolutely critical to meaningful shift in corporate behavior to address our current economic crises and build a better world. fortunately that is easier than ever thanks to great new research and resources being made available by like-minded institutions. As the largest PR firm in the world, you won’t find greater research credibility than from Edelman PR.
  • ENGAGE  |  FRIDAY, JULY 20, 2012
    [Retail] Look Before You Leap into a Twitter Hashtag
    Leave it to a clothing retailer, Celeb Boutique, to take advantage of the trending topic, but for all the wrong reasons. It did however quickly inspire a major backlash against the clothing retailer. In the wake of the tragic and horrifying movie theatre shooting in Aurora, Colorado, Twitter is abuzz with mentions of support, bewilderment, grief, and shock. Naturally, the hashtag #Aurora has proven quite popular. Observe: Needless to say, this isn’t exactly the Tweet of the year. Check out some of the angry responses. When you tweet something, it’s out there forever.
    [Retail] QR Codes & Mobile: The Time is Now
    One major retailer has created a campaign with a QR code as it’s centerpiece and through their marketing efforts, they are educating more consumers about QR codes. Now that Macy’s, Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, and other mainstream brands and retailers have embraced QR codes in their marketing, the time is right to look into using them for your business. Stephanie True Moss , is chief creative officer at True Moss Communications , Inc., a creative design group that offers Web Design | WordPress | Mobile | Print | SEO | Graphic Design | Social Media | QR Code Consulting.
    [Retail] Getting the Most From Your Mobile Marketing Campaign.
    [Retail] Social Sharing + Analytics = ConversionBuddy
    For online business and retailers, it also becomes easier to keep track of popular products and logistics by number of shares and sales. Tweet. Social sharing is on rise. The aim of every business’s online presence is to encourage sharing and purchasing. Therefore, it’s good have a tool built into your website which enables customers to easily recommend products to their friends either through Facebook page or other social media channels. In this post, I will highlight the product features and benefits of using ConversionBuddy. Product Features.
    [Retail] Amazon vs. Wal-Mart: How Online Strategy Can Meet In-Store Opportunity
    When Wal-Mart announced plans to use its retail locations to fulfill online orders last week, the media and business community broke into a collective game of word association. Wal-Mart has the significant advantage of already having 10,000 retail locations—something Amazon can’t currently compete with. For Retailers now have the technology to go far beyond these persona/segment-based tools. 'Posted in Commerce eCommerce Strategy. The word? Amazon. Prior to breaking the news, Wal-Mart was already one of the few companies that could compete with Amazon online.
    [Retail] Social Media Effects on the Real Estate Market (Graphic)
    Many would agree that social media is emerging as one of the easiest forms of marketing for standard retail products and services, but what about the big purchases? Automotive Social Media is already big, but the biggest purchase most people make in their lives is only now starting to show signs of catching the “social media bug.&#. For most, purchasing a home is something they do once a decade at most. Is maintaining a strong presence on the relationship-building social media platforms a real strategy? This graphic by Fixr says yes, and does so very nicely I might add.
    [Retail] Two Things That Should Rock Your World
    Here's the news from Internet Retailer : "Of 49.6 billion visits to the top 500 e-retailers in 2014, 26.4 retailer. internet retailer. Well, is the Web dead? Of course, the Web isn't dead, but it is changing in ways that many of us have (sadly) been ignoring. As more and more brands still struggle with the browser-based Web (and this includes everything from website development to social media and e-commerce), the Web as we've known it evolves. and not on a fixed screen). Here are two pieces of information that will rock your world. There will be 41.0 brand.
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