Close

Top Stories From This Week

Previous Next

Resource Library

Resource Library

2 Item(s)

  • Presented by: Needle

    This paper illustrates how companies are now able to replace traditional chat with unique online engagement that delivers the personal, informed help online shoppers have been lacking. The result is greater online sales revenue and customer satisfaction.

    Quick view Download Now
    White Paper
    Date: August, 2014

    The Rise of Online Advocate-to-Customer Interaction

    Over the last four decades, online chat has created unprecedented opportunities for retailers, but it’s also fallen short in innovation and in crucial elements of the shopping experience. Until now.

    This paper illustrates how companies are now able to replace traditional chat with unique online engagement that delivers the personal, informed help online shoppers have been lacking. The result is greater online sales revenue and customer satisfaction.

    Sponsored by Needle

  • Presented by: Internet Retailer

    Retailers gain valuable insights when shoppers sign in with their social network credentials.

    Quick view Download Now
    IR Special Reports
    Date: May, 2014

    Streamline login and checkout for online shoppers
    Retailers gain valuable insights when shoppers sign in with their social network credentials

    Much like consumer fatigue with loyalty cards, consumers have grown tired of having to recall or reset the plethora of usernames and passwords they have created to sign into e-retail sites.

    Online shoppers want a simpler way of logging into web sites. One solution is to chuck the traditional, retailer-specific account registration and allow consumers to log in using usernames and passwords they've already created for popular social networks like Facebook and Twitter. Rather than asking a consumer to create a new account, a retailer can invite her to click a button linked to a social network. She enters her username and password for that network, which authenticates her for the retailer. The retail site displays buttons featuring the logos of the major social networks offered by the retailer, making it easy for the consumer to choose the network credentials she prefers to use.

    This Special Report sponsored by: Gigya.