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

    … to consumers who appeared positioned to donate to a worthy cause. xAd used insights on mobile consumer behavior from its platform of nearly one million advertisers to target people around three primary locations: 1) Oxfam America’s out-of-home media placements at PATH Stations, bus shelters and airports; 2) at grocery stores that carried magazines…

    Street Fightin EMail- 46 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- 22 readers -
  • 3 agencies that specialize in cause marketing

    …, and John Mackey, the founder of Whole Foods, found that companies that embraced a progressive cause of some sort performed 10 times better than their counterparts. Indeed, nearly a quarter (21 percent) of American consumers “often or always” bought one brand over another in the past year because it is more responsible, according to a 2014 report…

    Tanya Dua/ Digiday- 26 readers -
  • The 10 best big company blogs in the world

    … are the best blogs at the Fortune 500 companies with an important note: The blogs at high-tech companies like IBM, Google, Dell, Intel, Cisco and Microsoft are so good, they are in a category by themselves. If I did a true “top 10″ list, they would be all tech blogs! It’s really unfair to rate these blogs with the rest of the pack. So this is a list…

    {grow}in Social- 22 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- 25 readers -
  • Apple Pay and Small Business

    … Apply Pay has been a big topic of discussion recently. Apple is taking a crack at the mobile payment market in hopes of faring better than Google and their Android system. The technology that is used to make mobile payments work is called NFC (Near-field communication) and it’s been around for a while now with Android phone. Even though most…

    Apex Virtual Solutionsin Google- 17 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- 17 readers -
  • Why Popularity Alone Is Not a Winning Strategy

    … measure that narrative and provide a metric for how it changes over time. This kind of disciplined approach is seldom, if rarely used today. Whole Foods is one brand that does a good job of connecting the dots and focusing on content that connects the company to its consumers. For example, this past May, Whole Foods posted content about Mother's Day…

    MarketingProfs- 10 readers -
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