With recent reports showing luxury fashion spend is down and Burberry recording a recent drop in earnings, Amazon may see an opportunity to shake up a new sector.
When did it start? Ten, 11 or 12 years ago when marketers began, slowly, conceding their driver’s seat to consumers?
Both advertisers and publishers are demanding more transparency in everything they do.
The responsive Web design bandwagon has been rolling on for three-plus years now and, in the face of ever-increasing mobile traffic numbers, it is time to apply some real scrutiny.
As pressure mounts amid faltering sales, brands took a variety of approaches to connect to consumers.
Snapchat is a marketer’s dream, with users watching 8 billion videos per day and spending an average of 30 minutes inside the application. With such a prominent influence – ranking as the fastest-growing social network among millennials – there is ample talk about how Snapchat will monetize, especially given its ephemeral nature.
Purchasing fine jewelry online is challenging due to the lack of personalized service, but technology-driven retailers such as Swoonery are using innovative methods to connect clients with relevant pieces.
There is no industry where the essential tension of online fraud prevention is more apparent and more pressing than luxury goods.
No omnichannel technology can replace the effect of stellar face-to-face customer experiences provided in stores, where the majority of consumers still do their buying.
Applications that employ push notifications drive more than twice as much usage as apps that do not. App users are your most profitable customers. So it only makes sense to ensure that notifications are both seen and retained.