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Where customers are, aren’t cutting spending


by ckatarsky

While the economy remains somewhat shaky, consumers are being more careful about spending — some of it, anyway.

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Report: Retailers can’t treat millenials as a golden goose


by ckatarsky

Bad news for retailers: New research indicates that one of the most promising shopping demographics is now also the group least likely to have any disposable income with which to shop.

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Engage more Facebook fans: Here’s how


by Renee Cocchi

Using Facebook to connect with more consumers? If so, are you doing it right? Find out!

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Who could be sabotaging your sales?


by Renee Cocchi

The answer to that question is an easy one. Here’s a hint: They work for you.

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Target is now king of its own domain!


by Renee Cocchi

While Target announced two years ago it was breaking ties with Amazon and would be handling its own website and fulfillment, it’s finally happened! But will Target be better off without Amazon?

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What are consumers demanding of retailers now?


by Renee Cocchi

Here’s a little quiz for retailers. True or False? More than 40% of consumers say they won’t buy a brand if they can’t find information about it online. 

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5 ways to get your customers to buy what they don’t need


by Renee Cocchi

If consumers think they’re getting a great deal, they’ll buy whatever it is even if they don’t need it. Or maybe they do need it, they just don’t know it yet. Here are 5 tricks that’ll get you those “I wasn’t planning to buy that” sales:

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Offer this and consumers just might come!


by Renee Cocchi

Do you know what has the most direct effect on shoppers’ behavior?

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Understanding consumers’ mindsets and how they buy


by Renee Cocchi

Today consumers think of shopping as a game of search and find. And the Internet makes it easier and a lot more fun. But understanding how consumers think can help retailers land more sales.

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How’s your online check-out process?


by Renee Cocchi

Consumers are making more online purchases this year than they did last year. So is your online check-out process easy? It better be, and here’s why:

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Are consumers talking about your company?


by Renee Cocchi

You want consumers to talk about your company, but in a positive way. So how can you find out what they’re saying?

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Is your company in good standing?


by Renee Cocchi

Want to know if your company has a good reputation? If so, you’ll want to check with the …

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Consumers shop smarter and want more from retailers!


by Renee Cocchi

The majority of consumers are trying to keep more cash in their pockets. And the one way they expect retailers to help them do that?

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Judge rules against Wal-Mart in NY crowd control case


by Renee Cocchi

The retail giant lost its $2 million battle with the Occupational and Health Safety Administration (OSHA) over a $7,000 fine. So why did Wal-Mart fight and spend so much money for such a small fine?

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Have daily deal sites been overdone?


by Renee Cocchi

You have Gilt, Groupon, LivingSocial, BuyWithME, Rue La La, ideeli, Beyond the Rack, and Swirl and HauteLook. So are consumers getting sick and tired of all these flash sales and daily deal sites? 

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Is impulse buying becoming a thing of the past?


by Renee Cocchi

If you look at online shoppers, yes, impulse buying is slowly becoming a thing of the past, and here’s why:

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Coupons continue to be big hit with consumers!


by Renee Cocchi

Are coupons losing their popularity now that the economy is slowly bouncing back?

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Consumers don’t like online registering


by Renee Cocchi

If your website requires consumers to register before they make a purchase, you may lose a good bit of business. Here’s why:

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Groupon offers more to retailers & consumers


by Renee Cocchi

While everyone is waiting to see if Google actually purchases Groupon and for how much, Groupon is expanding its services to retailers and consumers making the coupon company even more profitable.

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Do consumers want to buy your products or not?


by Renee Cocchi

If consumers don’t plan to buy products online, why do they put items in their shopping carts just to abandon them? 

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