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No. 1 reason not to treat prospects like customers


by ckatarsky

One of the big mistakes companies make is treating prospective customers the same way they do current ones.

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Social media: What is — and isn’t — working for retailers


by ckatarsky

Can just responding to a few tweets really be enough of a social media investment to benefit your company? A new report says yes.

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Designer’s discount line = shopping frenzy, website crash


by Renee Cocchi

Here’s a quiz for you: What day beats Black Friday when it comes to retail sales?

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Cell phones hidden goldmine for retailers


by Shari DaCosta

Cell phones are everywhere, and they’re more than just a way to make calls — they could help you seal that deal.

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E-books put final nail in Borders’ coffin


by Shari DaCosta

Technology strikes again. Book retailer Borders will close its doors — largely because of the e-book craze. 

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4 ways to keep customers coming back


by Penelope Miller

Want to send customer loyalty through the roof? Effective marketing and a little bit of thanks can accomplish just that.

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Does a Facebook presence help retailers sell more?


by Renee Cocchi

Many retailers have been jumping on the Facebook bandwagon in hopes of growing their online presence and sales. But does it work?

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How do you stack up against the top 10 retailers?


by Penelope Miller

These days, every retailer is jockeying to offer customers the best. So which ones are succeeding?

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Video sales: Macy’s offers Backstage Pass


by Penelope Miller

Macy’s latest move: Using cell phone videos to market products.

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Important retail marketing factors you should know


by Renee Cocchi

How do you drive more sales to your retail business? With a well-planned marketing strategy, of course.

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The dos and don’ts of e-mail marketing


by Renee Cocchi

E-mail marketing is an economical and efficient way to get your information out to consumers. But there are some dos and don’ts you should know.

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Retailers turn to stores-inside-stores to drive up sales


by Penelope Miller

The latest trend for retailers: Handing over some square footage of their stores to other sellers. But will it drive up sales?

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Top 10 Retail Stories of 2010!


by Renee Cocchi

As 2010 is about to wrap up with what will hopefully be a successful holiday sales season, Retail News Alert is taking a look back at the stories that grabbed your attention. Here are “The Top 10 Retail Stories of 2010.”

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