Best Buy Lays Off 5,000 Employees, Will Shutter More Stores

Best Buy has laid off some 5,000 employees and plans to close additional stores as customers turn to online shopping.

Shipping Scams Up 440% Amid Record Online Shopping

Shipping scams are up a whopping 440% as online shopping hits new records amid the pandemic.

Adobe: Holiday Sales Could Hit Nearly $200 Billion

Adobe has released its predictions for the 2020 holiday season, between November 1 thru December 31, and online retailers are set to score big.

Massive Shift to Online Shopping… And It’s Permanent

A survey about online shopping habits indicates that the massive shift to online shopping during COVID will continue after COVID.

Google Still The King of Driving Ecommerce Sales

Facebook and Instagram may be the darlings of many advertisers, but data shows Google is still the king of driving ecommerce traffic.

Amazon Using AI to Understand Searches

Amazon is using artificial intelligence (AI) to better understand search queries and why a person may be looking for something.

Coronavirus: Amazon Taking Drastic Action to Meet Demand

Amazon is prioritizing shipments of essential items to its warehouses, as it struggles to keep up with demand in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.

Read Your Customer’s Digital Body Language, Boost Sales!

It’s no secret that personalized marketing can solidify brand loyalty, improve customer experience, and boost profit margins. In fact, one recent study showed that persuasive personalization can have a positive impact on revenue by as much as 15 percent. However,…

Shopify’s Instagram Integration to Open Doors for Millions of Vendors

Christmas comes early for Shopify and Instagram users, with the former now providing Instagram integration to most of its vendors. The eCommerce company and Instagram had been collaborating on the new shopping service the whole year. Now the integration appears…

How Retail Must Adapt to Compete with eCommerce

The number of eCommerce businesses has doubled in the past five years. The rise of the industry has admittedly caused less foot traffic and some brick and mortar businesses to suffer closure. But contrary to popular belief, retailers are not…