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  • Presented by: Baynote

    How do your industry peers use metrics to drive bottom-line performance? Lauren Freedman, president of the e-tailing group, recently conducted in-depth interviews with 20 top retailers to find the answers.

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    Webinar
    Date: December, 2012

    How do your industry peers use metrics to drive bottom-line performance? Lauren Freedman, president of the e-tailing group, recently conducted in-depth interviews with 20 top retailers to find the answers. In this webcast, she’ll share insights from this exclusive Baynote-sponsored research along with highlights from the e-tailing group’s 2012 Annual Merchant Survey.

    Prepare to take notes – the doctor is in.

  • Presented by: Certona

    To provide online retailers with a reliable benchmarking tool and to help them better understand how to measure the success of personalization, the team at Certona has developed this industry-wide reference series.

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    Free Guide
    Date: December, 2012

    To provide online retailers with a reliable benchmarking tool and to help them better understand how to measure the success of personalization, the team at Certona has developed this industry-wide reference series. We discuss specific key performance indicators (KPIs) and the concepts involved in personalization such as demand, average order value, conversion rate, segmentation, non-responders, testing and more.

  • Presented by: Internet Retailer

    Retailers have to rethink their personalization strategies in light of evolving consumer preferences and behaviors in order to present content that is timely and relevant today, and in the future.

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    IR Special Reports
    Date: April, 2014

    Yesterday's personalization methods won't work in today's mobile and multifaceted retail world.

    Online retailers sell more when they present a web site visitor products and content tailored to her interests. And as consumers' Internet usage patterns evolve—with shoppers spending a tremendous amount of time on social networks and on news and entertainment sites, for example—a data-savvy e-retailer can use a shopper's behavioral data to personalize its site content even for a shopper who has never visited the retailer's site.

    In short, retailers have to rethink their personalization strategies in light of evolving consumer preferences and behaviors in order to present content that is timely and relevant today, and in the future.

    This Special Report sponsored by: Neustar, and hiConversion.