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4 things tech-savvy customers expect from retailers


by Sam Narisi

Technology is changing the way people shop. What do customers expect from retailers now? Here’s a hint: 

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Quit selling – and start connecting with buyers


by Shari DaCosta

Is your social media strategy driving up sales – or driving customers away?

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Wal-Mart snaps up social media company


by Penelope Miller

In a move that could set off a firestorm, Wal-Mart has acquired a social media company for $300 million.

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Wal-Mart not making any friends


by Penelope Miller

As retailers hustle to leverage social media to increase sales, one mogul finds itself without any friends.

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IBM wants to help you sell more?


by Penelope Miller

When you think IBM, you might think computers. But now, the technology giant is edging into the retail sector.

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Can social media help grow your business?


by Renee Cocchi

There’s no doubt about it: Social networking has become a mainstream business tool. But who’s better at using it to create new business – small, medium or large companies?

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Increase online sales: 7 inexpensive, high-impact marketing tips


by Renee Cocchi

First it was back to school sales, then it was Halloween sales and now it’s holiday sales. So what can online retailers do to increase sales without cutting back prices even more than they already are? 

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10 social media tips from Southwest Airlines


by Penelope Miller

Can social networking really drive sales? One retailer says yes — and shares 10 ways to do it.

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