There are two questions that we hear most often from retailers who are exploring multi-channel and omni-channel retail: What’s the difference? Which one is the best fit for my store?
The buyer journey typically refers to the steps a buyer takes when ordering a product, and ideally well after the product is received. When the buyer is shopping for a gift, you can double leads and sales opportunities by bringing the gift recipient into the process. Content that is strategically distributed before, during and after […]
TORONTO /CNW/ – New research from Accenture (NYSE: ACN) shows that Canadian companies with a carefully calibrated strategy toward technology adoption and a clear vision for what their companies’ future systems should look like, are growing revenue at 2.5 times the rate of companies that are struggling to scale innovation.
There’s been plenty of buzz about flywheels in marketing circles, especially among funnel fans. While the basic sales funnel is a marketing method, the flywheel is a sales growth strategy that can become the base of your long-term marketing plan. It’s been designed and refined based on expert experience and extensive testing in the field.
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Marketing to people who are shopping for gifts is a critical part of most product-based sales strategies. Self-gifting is often overlooked, however, unless the product revolves around self-indulgence. This poll suggests Canadian consumers are generous with themselves, especially the younger generation. What are Canadians buying for themselves? Clothing (especially women) Electronics (especially men) Dining out […]
Canadian businesses have been slower to adopt digital marketing than other countries, but we’re beginning to embrace it as a dynamic promotion tool. Additionally, businesses around the world have recognized Canadian consumers as a lucrative target market.
Canadians have fully embraced online shopping. Many Canadian businesses fear they can’t compete with international eCommerce, but 65% of Canadians have shown a clear preference for shopping online within Canada, at least when the option is available to them.
Working with any technology places us in a state of constant evolution. We have to master the ability to think on our feet and adapt accordingly. As consumers demand more technology integration, smart retailers have scrambled to accommodate them, with the ultimate goal of being proactive rather than reactive.
The majority of Canada’s smallest business owners (under five employees) recognize the benefits of having a website, yet 59% of them don’t have one. Most say their business is simply too small to need a website, even though they understand the competitive advantage to having an online presence. The study, conducted by RedShift Research and […]