Visual search, or the ability to click on an image of a product and obtain information, or even make a purchase, without typing in any words, is growing in popularity.
It would take a pretty big event to cause Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bergdorf Goodman, Saks Off 5th, and Neiman Marcus to all align their online discount offers.
Target is planning to not only open on Thanksgiving Day but also roll out a new “10 Days of Deals” promotion to increase traffic to its stores.
Specialty fashion retailer Vanity is trying to make visiting its stores as rewarding an experience as possible.
When Amazon.com opened its first brick-and-mortar store this month selling books, many wondered what the e-commerce giant was up to. Now Forbes is telling us what that is. [Forbes]
A new reported about the growth in Internet-connected devices has important implications for retailers.
Mobile commerce is getting a lot of attention, but may not play much of a role in the 2015 holiday shopping season.
Price match guarantees and claims of fantastic deals have become passé, so Staples is employing a new promotional tactic this holiday season that speaks directly to its core customer.
Apps currently dominate the mobile payment space, but that may not be a permanent situation.
Neiman Marcus is taking the capabilities of its digital lookbooks to a whole new level.