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Online retail continues to grow, with 42.6% of UK consumers buying online at least once a week, and the average online spend per shopper reaching £71 per month.
Theses are some of the finding of a survey of 2,000 UK shoppers by eCommera, which also finds that more than a third of shoppers have increased their online spending over the past year.
Here are some highlights from the report...
Renault launched its latest TV ad this week, part of a multichannel campaign which also features YouTube videos, websites, print ads, a Facebook group and more...
Viewers of the TV ad are invited to visit the URL themeganeexperiement.com to find out more. The problem is, depending how users enter this URL or related brand terms, they may not get to the page that Renault wants them to.
While we often debate how effectively we can track ROI online, it’s occasionally worth stepping back and remembering that the ability to track transactions and engagement points online is actually a luxury.
In the offline domain the ability to effectively track ads and effectiveness can be severely limited. How do you know if your billboard campaign is effective?
Here’s a few ways to track what customers are up to when they’re off the grid.
Argos will be trialling new delivery options from today, offering same day delivery to customers in the London area, something which could give the retailer a real advantage over its competitors.
The new delivery options will be provided by startup Shutl, which aggregates same day delivery capacity across a range of couriers, and can deliver stock from stores to customers within 90 minutes. Customers will also have the alternative of selecting a one hour delivery slot with a 48 hour reservation window.
Since their first faltering online steps back in 1995, Amazon have often been at odds with prevailing web trends, and with their latest earnings report showing a fall-off in profits recently, many stockholders are considering selling up and moving on.
However, buried in the same report is an important figure that hints that the company may simply be ahead of the curve, becoming the first group to turnover more than $1bn solely through mobile channels.
One of the main goals of multichannel is to provide great customer service at all levels. Correctly implemented CRM will enhance your business and reputation, but in order to implement effective new ways of interacting with your customers across multiple channels you may be looking at a complete organisational shift, in effect moving from provider to service.
A strategic business change at this level isn’t always easy, but there are ways to minimize the stress and align your company philosophy so that you can really deliver for your customer.
Low costs, global reach, easy implementation and tracking. The benefits of multichannel digital marketing are manifold, but there's still a definite tendency by many companies to play on the safe side.
A large number of employers simply don't trust their staff to remain on message when taking their first steps into multichannel, and with social outreach at an all time high there certainly are examples that back up that age-old adage: To err is human.
With the continuing increase in online audiences, the need to cross-purpose your marketing has never been more important.
Multichannel marketing represents revenue for all industries, so the importance of correctly mapping customer behaviour is critical.
However, while web analytics can help you as you attempt to create a better online service, a simple shift in organisational structure may give you access to an ideas pool you’ve haven’t previously utilised. Your staff.
Here’s five quick ways you can get the best out of an integrated approach to improvement, by combining your employees ideas and talents with solid metrics to create a better service.
In October more than 1,000 senior marketing professionals will attend Econsultancy's JUMP event to learn how to join up online and offline marketing. We have assembled a really wonderful line up of speakers who will share knowledge and insight. It promises to be a great event.
As part of our move into multichannel territory we've been trying to raise awareness of the issues, challenges and opportunities involved with joined up marketing. We launched a JUMP magazine and a multichannel marketing blog, and now we'd like to invite the world's marketing bloggers to take part in the #JUMPchallenge.
And yes, there's an iPad to be won...
One of the major challenges facing all marketers both on and offline is integration. Whether you have an established multichannel presence or are currently testing the waters, here are a few simple tips to make sure your strategy stays on track:
There has been plenty of talk about the benefits of coupons for online retailers, but a recent study underlines the benefits of coupons for offline and multichannel retailers.
The Compete survey finds that only around a third of coupons are redeemed online, so they offer a way to drive offline as well as online sales.
Chris Gorell Barnes is CEO of Adjust Your Set, an online video agency which provides branded content channels for companies such as Thomas Pink, M&S, Sotheby’s and Royal Opera House.
Chris will be speaking at Econsultancy's Future of Digital Marketing 2010 event about his vision for the future of video on the web. The event takes place on June 16, there are still some places available.
I've been talking to Chris about how the use of online video can benefit brands...