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Published By: Resonate     Published Date: May 30, 2018
The seismic shift in consumer behavior has created the slow demise of many long-established, iconic brands. The woes of brick and mortar retail have become a daily news item, with store closures and financial downturns dominating the headlines. Though low cash and heavy debt play a significant role, many point to online retail as the culprit for this decline. Retail margins on average fell to 9% last year from 10.5% in 2012 and over that period ecommerce sales increased to 15.5% of total sales according to the Wall Street Journal. For most companies, this meant shifting towards online sales.
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Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Jan 28, 2015
After doubling its e-commerce traffic in 2012, the following year Stage Stores launched an aggressive six-month upgrade to bring an enterprise-class commerce platform on-line in time for the holiday season. Hear direct from Stage Stores CIO, on why the retailer selected Oracle Retail to ensure they met their expedited timeframe for deployment.
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Published By: Kenshoo     Published Date: Oct 30, 2012
This white paper outlines 5 key insights from year-over-year data with some perspective on the 2011 UK Christmas season. Read on to learn more about key metrics in the season including clicks, advertising, search advertising and more.
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kenshoo, 2012 uk christmas, online retail, e-commerce, shopping, search marketing, advertising, online advertising
    
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Published By: Kenshoo     Published Date: Oct 30, 2012
Christmas shopping on the Internet has come of age. In fact, 2011 was its debutante year. Last year, consumers embraced e-commerce with enthusiasm, and retailers reaped the rewards. Here's our recap of 2011 along with some predictions for 2012.
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kenshoo, 2012 e-commerce, best practices, search marketing, clicks, impressions, search advertising
    
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Published By: CPC Strategy     Published Date: May 21, 2012
CPC Strategy looked at 4,274,820 clicks, 82,845 orders, $1,158,604.41 in spend $7,867,575.91 in revenue to find the highest converting shopping site for online retailers. Fill out the form below to download the free report.
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comparison shopping, shopping site, marketing channel, data feed, product feed, shopping feed, cse, online marketing, ecommerce, retail, cpc, ppc, google shopping, google product search, pricegrabber, nextag, amazon, shopzilla, bizrate, product
    
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Published By: CPC Strategy     Published Date: May 21, 2012
CPC Strategy looked at 4,274,820 clicks, 82,845 orders, $1,158,604.41 in spend $7,867,575.91 in revenue to find the highest converting shopping site for online retailers. Fill out the form below to download the free report.
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comparison shopping, shopping site, marketing channel, data feed, product feed, shopping feed, cse, online marketing, ecommerce, retail, cpc, ppc, google shopping, google product search, pricegrabber, nextag, amazon, shopzilla, bizrate, product
    
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Published By: Adobe     Published Date: Feb 20, 2014
The 2013 holiday shopping season blew by at a record pace. With six fewer days between Thanksgiving and Christmas than 2012, Adobe Digital Index speculated that retailers may lose up to $1.5 billion in potential revenue if marketing programs failed to capture even greater daily sales than the Digital Index model predicted. Now that the season is complete, Digital Index has just released its 2013 eCommerce Benchmark and Holiday Shopping Report which offers more than 25 eCommerce benchmarks and points to some holiday shopping surprises.
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adobe, adobe social, social media, marketing, ecommerce, retail, online shopping, holiday shopping, benchmarking, acquition, customer engagement, conversion funnel, customer loyalty, mobile shopping
    
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