Recently the Twittersphere has been full of consumers posting about misleading product information that resulted in surprising purchases – stories of shoppers thinking they ordered a pair of cheap leggings or an affordable rug, only to find out the products were a better fit for a doll and her doll house.
This week, at least one headline caught your eye: nearly half all online purchases in 2017 will go to Amazon. (Feel free to sit back and process that for a minute.) Stated another way: of the $450-something billion being spent online this year, a study shows that $196.75 billion of that will go directly into the coffers of Amazon. That’s 4% of all U.S. retail.
Bricks to Clicks: Chapter Four Summary
In our fourth post in our “Bricks to Clicks” summary series, (you can read our last post HERE) this week, we’re talking about chapter four of Content Analytics' founder and CEO David Feinleib’s book Bricks to Clicks: Why Some Brands Will Thrive in E-Commerce and Others Won't.
Framebridge has already disrupted the conventional picture framing business with its affordable, quick, online framing service. They’re not stopping there. To reach more customers, the site has announced a new partnership with Target, creating an exclusive collection and microsite for Target customers.
Bricks to Clicks: Chapter Three Summary
In our third post in our “Bricks to Clicks” summary series, (you can read our last post HERE) this week, we’re talking about chapter three of Content Analytics' founder and CEO David Feinleib’s book Bricks to Clicks: Why Some Brands Will Thrive in E-Commerce and Others Won't.
The Clorox Company manufactures some of the most recognizable household cleaning products. Even with their brand dominance, the company isn’t taking anything for granted, let alone its future. Since 2013, the company’s “2020” strategy has included an aggressive digital sales and marketing tactics, all while planning to move as many products on the virtual shelf as it has historically in...
Bricks to Clicks: Chapter Two Summary
Our second post in our “Bricks to Clicks” series (read the first one HERE), we cover chapter two of Content Analytics' founder and CEO David Feinleib’s book Bricks to Clicks: Why Some Brands Will Thrive in E-Commerce and Others Won't.
When Amazon opened its virtual doors over 20 years ago as an online bookstore, no single analyst at the time could have predicted just how much the seller would disrupt the entire retail ecosystem. Their initial success is completely logical. It makes perfect sense that Amazon could replace the corner bookseller. Its recommendation algorithms, online reviews, and page previews all but replaced...
The NRF predicts that consumers will spend $9.1 billion on Halloween this year. Officially seen as the start of the holiday spending season, retailers both in person and online are readying their storefronts and promotions for October 31.
Bricks to Clicks: Chapter One Summary
One of the driving questions we ask ourselves, and our clients, at Content Analytics is: what does success for brands look like in the 21st century? We know (and they do, too) that leveraging eCommerce is how all sellers need to transform their organizations if they’re going to survive. Our founder and CEO, David Feinleib, has focused his career on the...