Whole Foods

Whole Foods Market, Inc., with stores in the USA, Canada, and the UK, is an American foods supermarket chain specializing in natural and organic foods that first opened on September 20, 1980. Whole Foods Market is headquartered in Austin, Texas. Founder John Mackey currently serves as the CEO of the publicly traded company.
Posts about Whole Foods
  • 10 Top Location-Based Marketing Campaigns of 2015

    … a 4.69 percent post-click conversion rate — more than three times the national average of 1.43 percent. Charlotte Russe Shoppers Overwhelmingly Opt In to GPShopper’s Push Notifications: In April, San Diego-based young women’s casual clothing chain Charlotte Russe partnered with proximity retail platform GPShopper on building out its online…

    Street Fightin EMail- 27 readers -
  • Mobile Marketing: What Forwardfacing Marketers Are Considering

    … among users. Whole Foods recently announced that about 1% of its transactions were now through Apple Pay. Also, a post today on Apple Insider stated that Bank Of America customers have activated 1.1 million cards on Apple Pay. Overall, Forrester predicts that between all of the mobile commerce systems (Paypal, Apple Pay, Google Wallet, Venmo…

    Internet Marketing Ninjas Blogin Mobile- 11 readers -
  • 3 agencies that specialize in cause marketing

    … Successful campaigns like Dove’s “Campaign for Real Beauty” and Nike’s “Livestrong band” with Lance Armstrong for cancer research helped launch cause marketing into the mainstream. Today, there’s no shortage of incentive for brands to align with a cause: In their book “Conscious Capitalism,” co-authors Rajendra Sisodia, a business professor…

    Tanya Dua/ Digiday- 18 readers -
  • The 10 best big company blogs in the world

    … engagement. We are told the first name of the post author but nothing about them. Overall a great site but a little too clinical. My advice to them would be to bring out some real people and add a little soul to the site. Whole Foods This is clearly one of the best blogs on the social media landscape and a reflection of a company culture that is open…

    {grow}in Social- 10 readers -
  • What You Didn’t Know About Geographic Targeting In Email

    … or marathon race. You don’t have to be a sports apparel or goods retailer to use this approach. Brands like Target, CoverGirl and Whole Foods can also offer relevant deals to coincide with a Bears win or big touchdown play. The benefit of this approach is twofold. Brands generate more email clicks and engagement, while showing that they care about what…

    Jason Warnock/ Marketing Landin EMail- 12 readers -
  • Apple Pay and Small Business

    … of security is not only good for consumers but it’s going to benefit business owners as well. They don’t have to worry about handling people’s credit cards or taking on the liability of information being stolen. Small Business Large companies like Macy’s, McDonald’s, Whole Foods and about 2 dozen others are leading the way for Apple Pay…

    Apex Virtual Solutionsin Google- 13 readers -
  • 50 Awesome and Inspiring Responsive Website Designs from 2014

    … This site is a great example on how to convince prospective clients, students, employees, etc. to relocate. While aimed at college students, DC Internships does a great job in putting the nation’s capitol in the spotlight through a design that is completely user-friendly. Screen Shot Whole Foods Market 12/11/14 This fluid website has some really…

    Albert Costill/ Search Engine Journal- 9 readers -
  • Why Shark Tank is Terrible for Your Business

    … paying attention to you and they actually buy something, that’s your green light. Move forward with confidence. For example, on the show Kevin rolled his eyes at brother and sister founders of Pipcorn for selling their specialty popcorn at $5 a bag, when regular old popcorn is maybe $1.50 a bag. Apparently he’s never been inside a Whole Foods…

    Sonia Simone/ Copyblogger- 15 readers -
  • Why Popularity Alone Is Not a Winning Strategy

    …-telling medium, social media is in its infancy. But as new social metrics evolve, smart brands will figure out how to tell and track, great stories using short-form media. Dickens did it with his serialized novels; DC did it with weekly comic books; and P&G did it with soap operas. After all, one thing is certain: There's a huge audience for social media, and wherever there are audiences, great stories will be told. …

    MarketingProfs- 5 readers -
  • LBMA Podcast: Groupon Acquires Swarm, Lord & Taylor Deploys Beacons

    …; LivingSocial lets merchants in on the deal; Groupon acquires in-store analytics company Swarm; Snapchat partners with Square; Spotify partners with Uber; Target Partners with PointInside; Shazam partners with Adspace Networks; WholeFoods creates deeper local engagement with in-store kiosks in Atlanta; United Airlines adds to Miles menu. Our guest…

    Asif Khan/ Street Fight- 4 readers -
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