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7 Social Media Goals for Retailers

You have probably thought of the obvious ones – such as increase your social media followers, add more people to your email list, generate stronger sales from social media and increase business in general – but what about setting goals more specifically to help you accomplish this and more? 31 more words

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2018 Retail Industry Trends & Predictions | Future of Retail

“Chore” shopping will become easier, but the demand for “cherish” retail will be stronger than ever In 2018, the act of buying commodities (i.e. buying things because we HAVE to) will become less of a chore. 43 more words

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Tech The Halls: The Best Holiday Technology For Small Business Retailers

From apps to POS systems to e-commerce, there are one million different ways to ring in the holidays smoothly and successfully. And as most small businesses know, preparing for the holiday retail rush is no small task. 47 more words

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Guest Review: P.O.S - Chill, dummy

BACKGROUND:

P.O.S. (Stefon Alexander) is one of the founding members of the Minneapolis-based hip-hop collective known as Doomtree. The group is well-known as one of the most staunchly independent groups, and they formed their own record label and publisher (Doomtree Records and Doomtree Press, respectively) in the 2000s. 764 more words

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In-store experiences lag due to poor IT infrastructure

Only 27% of retail executives are confident their IT can keep up with customer experience improvement plans, according to a new survey.

Read the source article at Retail News and Trends

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Macy's, Lowe's hit by Black Friday technical glitches

The big shopping day was darkened for some retailers by website crashes and payment processing failures, which caused delays for both online and in-store shoppers. … 9 more words

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3 Data-Driven Insights That Can Strengthen Your Holiday Retail Success

Navigating online and offline retail has never been black and white for merchants. After all, the reality is that no two customers are the same… or are no two merchants – even if they’re a multi-chain store – simply because their immediate community, weather and customers will undoubtedly vary. 7 more words

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