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How to Build a Shopping Experience That Gives You an Edge Over Amazon This Holiday Season

Denise Chan — November 28, 2017 Follow @denisechan26 — November 28, 2017 We know avocados are good on toast. And we know that avocados make for a good millennial joke or two. The pear-shaped fruit is also Amazon’s entry into the brick-and-mortar retail space. After Amazon’s recent acquisition of Whole Foods, the first thing the … Continue reading How to Build a Shopping Experience That Gives You an Edge Over Amazon This Holiday Season

How Private Label Sellers Can Get More Amazon Product Reviews (Legally)!

Chris Dunne — October 26, 2017 Follow @FeedbackExpress — October 26, 2017 How Private Label Sellers Can Get More Amazon Product Reviews (Legally)! There are two types of reviews (feedback) on Amazon: Product reviews – These can be found on the product listings page. They should be solely focused on the product itself. Seller feedback … Continue reading How Private Label Sellers Can Get More Amazon Product Reviews (Legally)!

Amazon vs. search: Why you shouldn’t put too many eggs in one shopping basket

Where should retail marketers focus most of their time and effort: search or Amazon? Columnist Purna Virji shares data from an analysis of shopper behavior and the findings may surprise you. Purna Virji on September 15, 2017   No matter where they’re located or what market they serve, retailers around the globe have questions about … Continue reading Amazon vs. search: Why you shouldn’t put too many eggs in one shopping basket

When Amazon comes for your company, don’t lose focus on what matters: Your customer

Amazon appears to be an unstoppable powerhouse gobbling up its competitors. So how do you ensure your company’s survival? Contributor Joe Hyland explains why it comes down to creating engaging customer experiences that build brand loyalty. Joe Hyland on September 14, 2017   On day one of the recently completed Whole Foods acquisition, Amazon slashed … Continue reading When Amazon comes for your company, don’t lose focus on what matters: Your customer