Resource Library

Resource Library

11 Item(s)

  • 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.

  • Presented by: Riversand

    As demands on data grow, retailers must manage data more effectively or fall behind.

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    Case Study
    Date: May, 2013

    Product data must be accurate and uniform today, as consumers research and shop in so many ways. A shopper who sees a product advertised for $399 on a comparison shopping site won’t be happy to click through to the retailer’s site to find the item priced at $499. Keeping data accurate and consistent is increasingly important as retailers sell through many channels, including bricks-and-mortar stores, web sites, call centers, mobile sites and apps and online marketplaces. This case study shows how one retailer benefited from improving the way it handles product data.

    Sponsored by: Riversand

  • Presented by: AT&T

    Your users expect a feature-rich, multi-media online experience...and that's what you should give them. Building your online presence on a robust, flexible platform can offer you the scalability you need and the change management Internet-speed markets demand.

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    Case Study
    Date: June, 2013

    Your users expect a feature-rich, multi-media online experience... and that's what you should give them. Building your online presence on a robust, flexible platform can offer you the scalability you need and the change management Internet-speed markets demand.

    In this eBook the editors of Internet Retailer discuss how online retailers are creating and managing an optimal e-commerce presence. In this exclusive eBook, you'll learn various ways companies like yours are:

    • Improving online experiences
    • Increasing customer retention
    • Growing online sales

    Sign up to download it now or learn more about AT&T eCommerce solutions.

    Sponsored by: AT&T

  • Presented by: Windsor Circle

    CoffeeForLess was able to make over half a million dollars in six months by leveraging purchase history data imported by Windsor Circle.

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    Case Study
    Date: February, 2014

    CoffeeForLess, an IR500 retailer, adopted Windsor Circle's software and services to help increase brand awareness and loyalty through automated lifecycle marketing, with the ultimate goal of getting more customers to their third purchase, a critical retention metric. CoffeeForLess was able to make over half a million dollars in six months by leveraging purchase history data imported by Windsor Circle. Check out this brand new case study to learn more.

    Download this free 6-page case study and learn:

    – Which data drove 66% more opens and 125% more clicks
    – How to use order data to automate replenishment campaigns
    – How to ID and save your churning customers
    – More about the data-driven customer life cycle

    Click below to download this free case study featuring CoffeeForLess.

    Sponsored by: Windsor Circle

  • Presented by: Internet Retailer

    Virtually every retailer relies on email to engage customers and to keep them coming back. And to maximize results from your email campaigns, retailers must make sure to put the right products in front of the right customers at the right time.

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    IR Thought Leadership
    Date: May, 2014

    Personalization is a proven strategy for boosting email click-throughs and conversions.

    Virtually every retailer relies on email to engage customers and to keep them coming back. And to maximize results from your email campaigns, retailers must make sure to put the right products in front of the right customers at the right time.

    In a recent survey conducted by Internet Retailer, 59.5% of retailers say emails featuring personalized products increase click-through rates and 57.4% report higher conversion rates. What those numbers mean is that not only should you be sending personalized emails, you should be sending a higher volume of them. This special survey report, sponsored by Listrak, reflect the reality that personalized email generates sales, and sending personalized email more often will generate more sales.

    Report sponsored by Listrak

  • Presented by: DynamicAction

    The results of an early 2014 Internet Retailer survey of 165 retail executives suggest that while they have lots of data, they can't use it effectively to make decisions that will increase profits—and that they know it. A big part of the problem is that retailers collect data through a myriad of systems, and that they lack the means to quickly establish relationships between data sets and draw meaningful conclusions.

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    IR Thought Leadership
    Date: April, 2014

    What a siloed retail organization means to your bottom line

    Online retailers have lots of data ... but can they use it effectively to make decisions that will increase profits.

    The results of an early 2014 Internet Retailer survey of 165 retail executives suggest they can't today—and that they know it. A big part of the problem is that retailers collect data through a myriad of systems, and that they lack the means to quickly establish relationships between data sets and draw meaningful conclusions.

    These results and special survey report reflect the reality that too often retailers can only peer into the information collected by one department at a time.

    Sponsored by: DynamicAction