Omnichannel

Why Push is Critical to Effectively Promoting Your Flash Sale

Flash sales are great for driving purchases in specific product categories or introducing new merchandise. But because flash sales are meant to be over within a few hours (or “in a flash!”), marketers need to make sure that they’re promoting…

5 Tips For Post-Second Purchase Loyalty Campaigns

Too many marketers will nurture their shoppers up until the point when they make their first purchase, then pat themselves on the back and cease engaging with them. But a marketer’s job is by no means done just because a…

How and When to Send an At-Risk Campaign

When a previously-active shopper goes cold, you send a campaign to try and re-engage them – it’s a no-brainer. But it’s a mistake to try to re-engage all “cold” shoppers the same way. A shopper who hasn’t engaged with your…

Web Push Is A Channel For Improving the Customer Experience

Web push is still a relatively new channel, and unfortunately most marketers today are giving it a bad rap. The vast majority of marketers who are using web push are leveraging the channel incorrectly and ineffectively: they’re still sending the…

Web Push Best Practices

Thanks to its “real real-time” nature, web push is one of the most effective ways for marketers to engage customers as they shop and deliver time-sensitive information. Not to mention, it’s something customers want – marketers who have deployed web…

How to Increase Your Web Push Opt-In Rate

Web push messaging is one of the best ways to engage with your customers in “real real-time,” and is especially great for announcing flash sales, reminding shoppers of expiring discounts, and driving urgency in cart abandonment – more specifically, when…