Curt Marvis, CEO and co-founder of QYOU Media, explains how retailers can take advantage of DOOH now that customers are watching more video than ever before.
With the close of 2017, a year which brought big news in retail customer experience strategy, technology and trends, Retail Customer Experience shares a hefty list of industry watcher expectations for the new year.
Retail Customer Experience readers love getting insight from those in the trenches, and this year's top five articles illustrate that hunger.
The furniture and décor retailer is making online shopping easier and more satisfying for consumers wanting to know how a product will look at home before they take the purchase plunge.
Digital Signage Today Editor Bradley Cooper encounters a Walmart shelf-edge display that failed to get its message across. Instead of a heartwarming holiday video, it delivered a buffering, stuttering mess.
Chris Robinson, CEO at Yonder Digital Group, explains why U.K.-based online retailers will lose if they don't realize when consumers are shopping and when they need online support.
Harriet Green, general manager for IBM Watson Internet of Things, customer engagement and education, explains how retailers must welcome an early adopter mentality. Retailers need to embrace innovations such as artificial intelligence and cloud to introduce new ways to differentiate their brand.
Chip Bell explains how retailers can achieve stress-less success during the hectic season by acting as a host, not as a slave.
Andrew Fegley, president of Remarketable, outlines innovative ways to keep driving revenue this holiday retail season through next-generation remarketing.
Premier gourmet food and gift retailer debuts updated brand look, feel and tone, from its website to its catalogs and across social media. It's all focused on elevating the retail gift-giving customer experience.
David Rosen, digital transformation technologist and strategist,TIBCO Software, shares how industry leaders, like Amazon, are laser focused on innovating the best means to continuously drive a positive customer experience, all while reigning in costs.
The retailer is tapping a new creative platform developed by consultancy Persuasion Arts & Sciences to refresh the brand, build deeper engagement with customers and better connect with new customers.
1-800-Flowers.com delivers another AI shopping channel to meet gift givers wherever they're shopping
The online florist and gift retailer is tapping artificial intelligence technologies, such as Google Assistant, to ensure it's always in quick reach of customers.
Kibo CMO Tushar Patel outlines eight very avoidable, mistakes retailers make with regards to personalization.
Karey Crump, senior director, product marketing at Blackhawk Network, discusses why marketers should use branded gift cards and egifts to attract new customers and deepen relationships with existing ones.
Do consumers see the value in every self-checkout option available to them from different restaurants and retailers?
Ed Burek, director of solutions marketing, SiteSpect, explains that while retailers are not blind or lost and know what customers want many can’t find the right solution to provide that experience. The answer, he believes, lies in their approach to customer experience.
Growth in e-commerce does not mean the death of bricks-and-mortar retail. Yet, that doesn't mean brick-and-mortar retailers can ignore the impact of e-commerce on the way consumers shop.
Aimee Becker, VP of strategic services for Daymon, talks about the retail climate and the fact that not all the news is bad. What many may be surprised to learn is that leveraging brand power is making the difference for retailers and brands getting it right.
Coherent Path President and CEO James Glover maps out why marketers need to move away from serving up the same email campaigns and a reliance on heavy discounting to promote products. Marketers need to prioritize what customers are invested in and build a balanced email content "diet" for each consumer.