Articles tagged with: social commerce
While it’s not difficult to imagine the demise of traditional retail outlets given the convenience of shopping online, the truth is that online shopping still comprises just a small slice of America’s retail sector.
Shopping may be fun, but cramped dressing rooms and seemingly endless checkout lines at malls can make the experience less than ideal. Online shopping helps people avoid all these hassles, but it’s also challenging to buy over the internet unless you know specifically what you’re buying.
Using a card-linked analytics and mobile redemption system, Spark Commerce has enhanced the return on investment and marketing reach of many marketing firms as well as small and medium-sized enterprises.
It doesn’t come as a surprise that retailers have banked on social commerce, especially as more and more people now consider online buying as a part of their everyday lives.
For a business to thrive in e-commerce, it needs to integrate a social platform as a tool that will help achieve the desired social commerce goals.
The eagerly awaited iPhone is expected to blow all competition out of the water as a new patent that has been filed hints at a redesign many people were expecting when the iPhone 4S was released last year.
There was a time when social commerce was the new fad, the way that we might see the future developing.
You may think there is no room for another social networking site on the internet today.
No matter where you have been over the past few weeks, you cannot fail to have heard about Pinterest.
If you have not yet heard of Moontoast, a social commerce company start up, the chances are this will all change in the very near future.
Social commerce is all about interacting with your audience and finding more ways to engage with them.
There is no doubt that the more celebrities a social media network can claim as members, the more interest people tend to pay to the network itself. Google+ is doing as much as it can …