What Do Millennials and Seniors Have in Common

As we know, millennials and seniors vary significantly in attitudes and behavior. Yet, we also need to study this question. What do millennials and seniors have in common? And the answer might surprise you — as well professional marketers.   Question of the Day: What Do Millennials and Seniors Have in Common According to Remie […]

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Disconnect Between Consumers and Companies

Today, there is a big disconnect between consumers and companies with regard to social media priorities. In fact, consumers most want to read about deals. Yet, many firms place too little emphasis on this. Take a look at these posts for some information on consumer expectations: Changing Customer Experience Expectations Chatbots Perceived Effects on Customer […]

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Fourth of July Fascinating Facts

As we posted last year, the Fourth of July holiday remains a big deal. Below are two infographics on Fourth of July fascinating facts. What will YOU do this Year? PLEASE BE SAFE. Drive carefully. Be careful with fireworks. And do not overeat.   Infographics with Fourth of July Fascinating Facts From WalletHub: “Fireworks and […]

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Do Shoppers Like Dynamic Pricing?

  We all like to feel that we get bargains when shopping. But that’s not always the case. See More Gamesmanship on Retail Prices — Even Online.  And When Is a “Sale” a Sale? Today, we look at do shoppers like dynamic pricing — or not? First, let’s define dynamic pricing. According to Luke Metcalfe, […]

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Shopper Online-Offline Psychology

  We need to well understand shopper online-offline psychology to beat our competitors. And it is a key part of consumer decision making. These posts look at an aspect of consumer psychology: FORTY Facts on the Psychology of Color Which Elements of YOUR Emotional Intelligence Do YOU Need to Improve? Better Customer Experience   Shopper […]

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Big Mac’s Special Coke Can

In honor of its 50th anniversary, McDonald’s and Coca-Cola are teaming up for Big Mac’s special Coke can. And this is a very entertaining approach. Too bad it’s not geared for the U.S. market. 🙁 The new campaign complements some of the marketing tactics separately applied by McDonald’s and Coca-Cola. For example: An “Upscale” McDonald’s […]

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Mobile Ads Keep on Booming in 2018

In 2015, we wrote about how Mobile Internet Advertising Was Booming. What’s happened since then? In today’s post, we examine how mobile ads keep on booming in 2018. The trend in mobile advertising is certainly not surprising, given the growth of mobile E-commerce. As we reported earlier in 2018: “In 2014, retail E-commerce sales worldwide […]

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Bonobos Showcases Diversity

Bonobos showcases diversity. At Bonobos, an online men’s clothier, the focus is on the following: “Shopping for clothes is a pain. We’re here to make it painless, and maybe even fun. A Better Experience. Like most guys, we’re not big fans of shopping. That’s why we set out to build the best online shopping experience […]

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Data Analytics Can Enhance Customer Experiences

We know that using data analytics can enhance customer experiences. And in a big way. Thus, this post takes a marketing client perspective of analytics. For a further look at data analytics, visit these posts: Data Analytics Can Help Predict Consumer Behavior Thinking About a Career in Data Analytics? Ever Wondered What You Can Do […]

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Using Social Media to Boost In-Store Shopping

Social media can help or hurt companies in many ways. For example, see these two posts. Social Media Marketing Tips and Social Media and E-Commerce. Today, we examine using social media to boost in-store shopping. Special thanks to Chris Landry of Colourfast for serving as guest blogger. The content and infographic below are from him […]

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