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  • / Marketing

    Web site design is all about making it easy to shop, WeatherTech.com says

    With automotive accessories retailer WeatherTech.com’s new site redesign, the focus is on making it easier for shoppers to buy its products.

    Posted 02/17/2010Paul DemeryPost a comment

    With automotive accessories retailer WeatherTech.com’s new site redesign, the focus is on making it easier for shoppers to buy its products.
  • / Marketing

    Meijer’s beta social shopping tool tests shopper interaction

    Meijer has launched beta testing of a social shopping tool on Meijer.com that enables its customers to pose questions to other shoppers who can answer promptly via a widget or later by e-mail.

    Posted 10/28/2009Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Meijer has launched beta testing of a social shopping tool on Meijer.com that enables its customers to pose questions to other shoppers who can answer promptly via a widget or later by e-mail.
  • / Press Release

    IMshopping Opens Merchant Answers Platform to all Online Retailers

    Twenty pilot customers see improvements in conversions and organic traffic SANTA CLARA, Calif (September 10, 2009) - Today, IMshopping, a human-assisted shopping recommendation platform, is announcing the general availability of its Merchants Answers service to all online retailers. Any retailer wishing to add a shopping community to their site can now easily sign up at http://merchants.imshopping.com. IMshopping is also announcing that twenty...

    Posted 09/15/2009

    Twenty pilot customers see improvements in conversions and organic traffic SANTA CLARA, Calif (September 10, 2009) - Today, IMshopping, a human-assisted shopping recommendation platform, is announcing the general availability of its Merchants Answers service to all online retailers. Any retailer…
  • / Press Release

    IMshopping Expands Human Powered Recommendation Platform to Retailers and Etailers Online

    Early tests show human powered recommendations generate e-commerce conversion rates of 15.42% SANTA CLARA, Calif., and IRCE 2009, BOSTON, June 15, 2009 – Today, IMshopping, the leading human-assisted shopping service, is extending its successful recommendation platform to retailers and etailers. Now, etailers can create a virtual salesforce for increased conversion and customer retention via user participation online and via social media. Since...

    Posted 06/15/2009

    Early tests show human powered recommendations generate e-commerce conversion rates of 15.42% SANTA CLARA, Calif., and IRCE 2009, BOSTON, June 15, 2009 – Today, IMshopping, the leading human-assisted shopping service, is extending its successful recommendation platform to retailers and etailers.…
  • / Marketing

    IMShopping.com launches as “human-assisted” shopping site

    Shopping experts on IMShopping.com compete to provide the best answers to questions posted by consumers in search of specific products. Launched this week after a four-month test period, IMShopping has close to 10,000 users, CEO Prashant Nedungadi says.

    Posted 04/30/2009Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Shopping experts on IMShopping.com compete to provide the best answers to questions posted by consumers in search of specific products. Launched this week after a four-month test period, IMShopping has close to 10,000 users, CEO Prashant Nedungadi says.
  • / Technology

    Online Shoppers want product information and the human connection

    Further evidence that shoppers are cross-channel animals comes from a study released today by KPMG/Indiana University Kelley School of Business. The survey of 2,120 consumers conducted in June revels that 64% want to know the prices at the closest retail store as well as the price online; 82% prefer to use more than one channel to learn about new products, 77% to search for product information, 74% to compare and evaluate alternatives and 63% to...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Further evidence that shoppers are cross-channel animals comes from a study released today by KPMG/Indiana University Kelley School of Business. The survey of 2,120 consumers conducted in June revels that 64% want to know the prices at the closest retail store as well as the price online; 82%…

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