The Aftermath Part 2: Why Some Retailers Lost the 2017 Holiday Shopping Season

The Aftermath Part 2: Why Some Retailers Lost the 2017 Holiday Shopping Season

When you hear about eCommerce growth rates of nearly 20% year-over-year, you may think that the rising tide will raise all boats. But in instead, some of the world’s biggest retail brands struggled this holiday spending season. Let’s take a closer look at 3 reasons some retailers fell short of holiday expectations.

The Aftermath Part 1: 2017 Holiday Shopping by the Numbers

2017 Holiday Shopping by the Numbers

It will take time to get the full picture of 2017 holiday spending. However, now that we’ve had some time to watch the eCommerce stats come in, let’s take a look at the spending season by the numbers so far. Who won this year and why?

Twitter Is Not a Customer Support Strategy

Twitter Is Not a Customer Support Strategy

Twitter may feel like the best way to interact with the 90% of consumers who have used social to communicate with brands. But in reality, social customer support isn’t the key to crisis management. See why a more conversational approach to customer support is the best way to retain your customers.

Real Estate Will Always be About Connecting Buyers and Sellers

Real Estate Will Always be About Connecting Buyers and Sellers

Reliance on digital services will only increase in the coming years. But no matter what new technology emerges, the real estate business will always be about connecting buyers and sellers. See how you can use new technology as a means to a customer-centric end.

Travel Companies: Focus on Customer Conversation Over Solicitation

Travel Companies: Focus on Customer Conversation

Disruption in the travel industry shouldn’t feel disruptive. The customer communications strategies that used to work now feel more like solicitations. And travelers are starting to tune brands out. See how you can make customer conversations more delightful at every stage of the journey.