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The Salsify Certification program launches the Salsify Workflow Essentials and Workflow Administration learning paths to help customers and partners drive operational efficiency. Salsify News


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Best Weebly Alternatives in 2022

Ecommerce Platforms

There are dozens of CMS solutions on the market that promise to be the best tool for website building. However, depending on your needs, not all of them will suit you well. Weebly is a popular and easy-to-use website builder that finds acclaim with beginners.

The Weekly Closeout: Tommy Hilfiger teams with ThredUp, and has inflation finally peaked?

Retail Dive

The iconic fashion brand will provide shopping credit for certain items returned to ThredUp. Meanwhile, prices in July were flat month to month

Management Techniques for Offshore Employees

This whitepaper looks at the changes and challenges that stem from remote hiring and current HR trends that address them. Download this comprehensive guide to learn more!

Jotform App Builder Review – Everything You Need to Know

Ecommerce Platforms

In this Jotform App Builder review, we’re looking at one of the most convenient and highly rated tools on the market for app creation. The Jotform App Builder is brimming with incredible functionality, designed to help even non-coders create amazing apps.

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Tools, Value Apparel and Home-Delivered Wine Top List of Fastest-Growing Retailers

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Dillard’s slows down in Q2 as women buy less apparel

Retail Dive

The department store previously posted surges in sales and profits, but its weaker results weren’t just from tough comparisons, analysts say

Ace Hardware Adds 100+ New Stores in 2022, Planning 60 More by Year-End

Retail TouchPoints

Ace Hardware is on an expansion tear; the retailer just marked the opening of its 105 t h new store this year and said it expects to add at least 60 more by the end of 2022. The new locations join the more than 5,600 stores already in operation across all 50 states and 70 countries.

USPS proposes peak season rate hikes amid drop in package demand

Retail Dive

The temporary price increases “frankly seem pretty reasonable compared to what FedEx has proposed,” one consultant said

Why Offshoring is Better than Outsourcing

Offshoring and outsourcing are not interchangeable, as they differ in purpose depending on what drives the need behind the hiring decision. In this whitepaper, we clarify what offshoring and outsourcing are, along with the unique use cases they address.

Planet 13 Adopts AI ID Verification for Cannabis Dispensary Security and Compliance

Retail TouchPoints

Cannabis dispensary operator Planet 13 has adopted identification scanners for increased compliance and security.

J.C. Penney hires a new CFO

Retail Dive

Stephanie Plaines has entered a role with much turnover in the last few years, as the retailer tries to reinvent itself in a difficult space

Why Consumer Brands Turn to UGC During Tough Economic Times

Retail TouchPoints

While many businesses consider reducing marketing budgets as recession fears loom, user-generated content (UGC) is becoming more appealing to brands and retailers across a broad spectrum of industries.

eCommerce Custom Intent Audiences for Google Ads


Discover the benefits of using intent audiences in your next campaign and how to set up display ad campaigns using this feature. The post eCommerce Custom Intent Audiences for Google Ads appeared first on Omniconvert Ecommerce Growth Blog. Conversion Rate Optimization

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7 Secrets of Effective Management for Remote Employees and Teams

In this white paper, we will review in more detail the challenges that virtual team managers face as remote work accelerates, and how companies are successfully overcoming these challenges with creative problem-solving.

NYFTLab Empowers Women-Led Commerce Technology With Support of Major Retailers

Retail TouchPoints

By the close of its ninth edition in June, the New York Fashion Tech Lab (NYFTLab) and its largest-ever group of partner retailers and brands from major corporations had provided support to five women-led emerging business-to-business fashion technology companies.

API Deprecation


An API-first approach ensures that your developer teams can add, test, and deliver changes faster than traditional tightly coupled platforms.

Sears Reaches $175 Million Settlement With Lampert, Clearing Way to Complete Bankruptcy

Retail TouchPoints

Sears Holdings and its creditors have reached a $175 million settlement agreement with former CEO Eddie Lampert and other investors that will clear the way for the retailer to execute its long-delayed bankruptcy plan.

springbig Loyalty: A Rewards Program For Dispensaries


If you work in any capacity of the retail industry then you must have heard at least some knowledge of customer loyalty programs. Over the last couple decades, customer management and rewards programs have blossomed and proliferated alongside more bigger developments in the digital world. .

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Weis Markets Implements Fresh Grocery Platform to Enhance Store Operations

Retail TouchPoints

Weis Markets will streamline operations at its 198 stores through a partnership with Invafresh. The fresh grocery platform will assist with demand forecasting, in-store production planning, food traceability, recipe management and cut test management across all fresh departments.

A Retailer’s Guide to Competitor-based Pricing


In this article, you will learn about competitor-based pricing and its pros and cons. You will understand its types and how it differs from alternative pricing strategies. The post A Retailer’s Guide to Competitor-based Pricing appeared first on Blog.

The Rise of B2B E-Commerce on Marketplaces


B2B marketplaces are more popular than ever and showing no signs of slowing. According to recent research by Digital Commerce 360 , collective sales on B2B marketplaces grew 130% year over year in 2021 to $56 billion, making them the fastest growing segment in B2B ecommerce.

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9 Mobile App Features That Make a User-Friendly App

Digital Doughnut

A user-friendly mobile app is critical for creating a loyal customer base. However, designing such an app is easier said than done. Not only do you have to ensure it has smooth navigation, but it also includes features that keep users hooked from the beginning. Mobile, Technology

A Master's Guide to B2B: How Listening to Your Customers Can Grow Your Business

Speaker: Adam Dorfman, Head of Product Growth at Reputation & Michele Bettinazzi, Customer Experience Manager at PeakMade Real Estate

Improved marketing conversion, happy customers, and faster growth - that’s only three things that can be accomplished by just listening to your customers. Customer feedback is an extremely invaluable tool to keeping retention high, attracting new business, and improving the general operations of your business. The question is - how do you capture all this? Join Adam Dorfman, Head of Product Growth at Reputation & Michele Bettinazzi, Customer Experience Manager at PeakMade Real Estate, for this essential discussion on the ins and outs of brokering the optimal customer interaction.

The Rise of B2B E-Commerce on Marketplaces


B2B marketplaces are more popular than ever and showing no signs of slowing. According to recent research by Digital Commerce 360 , collective sales on B2B marketplaces grew 130% year over year in 2021 to $56 billion, making them the fastest growing segment in B2B e-commerce.

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Bike shops face uphill climb moving inventory

Retail Wire

Bicycle sales were white hot during the early parts of the pandemic, which led many bike shops to stock up on inventory. Sales have slowed of late with shops looking for ways to move their merchandise. Sales at U.S. bicycle retailers fell seven percent for the first half of 2022. in-article

Infographic: The State of the Home Goods Industry

ROI Revolution

The home goods vertical has seen some of the most impressive growth – and daunting obstacles – since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Postal service to temporarily hike prices for the holiday season

Retail Wire

The U.S. Postal Service is putting through a temporary price hike to help cover additional handling costs throughout the Christmas holiday selling season. The USPS said that this year’s increases are similar to ones it has instituted in the past. in-article

Negative Reviews & Online Feedback Happens - But Where Do You Go From Here?

Speaker: Adam Dorfman, Head of Product Growth at Reputation and Jeremy Shubitz, Director of Marketing at Bosley

Responding to online negative feedback can be challenging. What should you say? What should you not say? Should you even respond? In today's, your customers will be not only your biggest advocates but also your biggest critics. However, negative feedback can offer actionable insights to build a stronger product and customer experience.

The Forrester Enterprise Architecture Award Finalists For North America

Forrester Digital Transformation

Learn how the three finalists for Forrester's Enterprise Architecture Award for North America drive their EA strategy and its impacts. Age of the Customer CIO insights enterprise architecture

Prada assessing a new stock listing in Milan

Retail Wire

Prada is working with Goldman Sachs to get itself a valuation of $1 billion in adding a second listing in Milan next year. The company’s stock is also listed in Hong Kong. in-article

Teachers get $300 tax deduction for buying classroom supplies

Retail Wire

The Internal Revenue Service has raised the tax deduction that teachers can get from buying supplies for their classrooms to $300, up from $250. The increase marks the first time that has happened in 20 years. Ninety-four percent of teachers spend their own money buying supplies for their students to use. in-article