As if our Facebook news feeds weren’t already polluted enough.
“The quickness to market is incredible,” says Gregory Phillips, a senior web analyst at OfficeMax. “It’s literally hitting a button.”
A new study from the location analytics company Placed shows which retailers are most at risk for showrooming from Amazon customers — and the results might surprise you.
There’s still no official release date, but Leap Motion has already scored a major deal for its long-awaited gesture control gadget with Best Buy.
I guess we’re just not as advanced as we think we are. Or, the more things change, the more they stay the same.
Amazon retained its industry-leading 88 percent satisfaction score from 2011 in the study, which asked more than 24,000 consumers about their online shopping experiences between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Many retailers are using old dumb marketing techniques in a new smart world. And, therefore, missing out on sales.
To give retailers a competitive edge, Shopify announced a partnership with ShopStation that promises to cut shipping time anywhere from a half to a third.
More than just a nifty mobile app for consumers, Shopkick is also helping its retail and brand partners generate significant revenue. The company announced today that it drove more than $110 million in revenue to its partners in 2011, its first full year in operation.
Game retailer GameStop is handing out $50 gift cards as an apology to gamers who bought PC copies of Deus Ex: Human Revolution after the retailer pulled coupons from the boxes for free versions of the game from cloud gaming service OnLive.
Video game retailer GameStop has admitted to removing coupons from boxed PC versions of Deus Ex: Human Revolution for free versions of the game on cloud gaming provider OnLive.
AisleBuyer, a smartphone application that allows retail shoppers to scan products with their phones and check out without waiting in line, has announced its second round of funding for $7.5 million.