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By next year, Forrester estimates that digital technology will play a part in almost 60% of all in-store transactions, which will equate to roughly US$1.8 trillion. While most brands have spent decades building their physical presence, many are losing out online because they simply aren’t holding any digital real estate.
Navigating the omnichannel universe is a challenge for many retailers. Whether they started out online or as physical business, knowing which channels to leverage can be tricky. This article explores strategies for building an omnichannel business that makes sense to the reader’s unique business.
Increasingly, consumers are engaging brands via multiple digital touchpoints. These interactions experienced through texting, phone apps, websites and social media are essential to business growth and profitability. Companies capable of optimizing digital experiences will be well positioned for the long haul.
Extreme personalization, sometimes referred to as marketing to a customer segment of one, is the holy grail of the multi-channel world. Extreme personalization comes down to one simple reality: customers expect your company to know who they are — no matter what method or touchpoint they are using.
The Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) is on the frontline of digital marketing and delivering digital experiences. Over the past decade, CMOs have gone from being a cost center, siloed within their own organization, to being a full-blown digital player, charged with P&L and caring for the entire customer lifecycle.
Good web design can make or break your business. Research shows that users will make up their mind about how they “feel” about your website (and thus your business) within a fraction of a second after first viewing your site. Further, the design of interior pages ...
Fred Faulkner, Marketing Director at ICF Interactive, was recently interviewed for CMSWire’s Discussion Point: What’s on Your 2016 Digital Radar? while at Gilbane Conference. Essentially, he states that while brands will need to invest in marketing, experience, and content management technology platforms, digital success will be determined by the ways in which an organization ...
In addition to driving half of all ecommerce traffic, mobile accounted for 30 percent of all US retail ecommerce sales in a recent three-month period. For some retailers, mobile accounted for as much as 40 percent. What’s more, approximately 40 percent of all digital sales were “cross-device” – meaning consumers used more than one device in the purchase journey.
Consumer technology, and in particular mobile, has tipped the scales of power in the favor of consumers. Researchers are now calling this trend the “Age of the Consumer”. This has resulted in more and more organizations looking to implement “experience-driven commerce”. But as with all major corporate initiatives, getting leaders onboard is paramount.