Customers Reimagined: Why eCommerce Sites Can Build a More Personalized Experience

How can eCommerce sites remain relevant in a challenging and competitive market?

What's Your Digital Customer Experience Strategy for Out-of-Stock Products?

The pandemic, geopolitics and war have snarled global supply chains, frustrating customers and causing record levels of brand switching and retailer switching. With problems unlikely to be resolved anytime soon, brands need nimble marketing strategies that maximize customer retention and minimize poor experiences. To accomplish this, brands need a multi-pronged approach that spans web, messaging, infrastructure and loyalty.

4 Simple Email Marketing Automation Tweaks that Increase Sales

The effectiveness of email marketing has been well documented over the years, and email automation has a lot to do with its success. Automated emails make up 32% of all email orders while accounting for only 2.4% of sends. Maximizing the effectiveness of these already powerful messages is essential for growing an ecommerce brand’s business.

GetResponse unveils enhanced ecommerce marketing automation solution

Ecommerce marketing automation can help online store owners scale their businesses in an automated manner— increasing revenue and sales, according to Daniel Brzeziński, VP, COO and head of product at GetResponse

Bluecore Puts the Shopper First with Retail’s Only Predictive Text Message Marketing

Bluecore, the retail technology company that transforms casual shoppers into lifetime customers for the world’s largest retail brands, announced the launch of Bluecore Mobile™. The company that previously replaced blast messaging with 100% personalized communications on email, digital ads and ecommerce sites is now doing the same on mobile. For the first time ever, brands can activate their data to put the right messages and recommendations in front of every individual shopper through text.

Strategies for an Engaging Drip Campaign

Drip marketing is a permission-based marketing campaign that is delivered over a series of emails or newsletters. Here are some things to consider when creating your first drip campaign In agriculture, there’s this farming technique called drip irrigation. Also known as trickle irrigation, it’s a micro-irrigation system that delivers just enough water and nutrients to a plant’s roots at exactly the right time. This way, each plant receives what it needs, when it needs it, for optimum growth. Drip marketing works in a similar fashion. It “drips” helpful content and information in the right amounts to the people who need them, when they need them. When done properly, it’s one of the most powerful ways to create awareness for brands, as well as increase engagement and maximize conversions.