I recently placed an order with Skatehut and added a special request to the additional notes field in the checkout process: "Please can you include a drawing of a dinosaur (T-Rex) playing golf?"... find out just what I received from the artistic folk at Skatehut!
The national picture was good and Gibe's clients did particularly well over the Black Friday/Mega Monday weekend. But just how good?
So here it is folks, Mega or Cyber Monday where online retailers hope that not everyone spent everything on Black Friday and are rushing to their laptops, phones and tablets to get all those gifts for Christmas. But is it a self-fulfilling prophecy or something real?
I recently placed an order with online retailer, ShopTo. Not only do they offer games and consoles at competitive prices (which makes me want to return to them), they also add the "human" touch when sending notifications when your order is out for delivery (which makes me remember them).
2013 has seen Gibe Digital recognised multiple times for our work and we can now announce a further 2 within the Retail Week Enterprise Awards!
In this our next instalment of the E-commerce basics series I thought I would talk about the systems that even small retailers can now bring into their business to help manage and automate their processes and procedures.
Further in my series of E-commerce basics blogs for marketing/e-commerce managers I am today looking at writing a comprehensive brief. I thought it would be useful to cover the main elements you need to consider and convey before briefing your internal team or new agency on a new e-commerce project.
I attended the CLA game fair on Friday (19th July, 2013) in order to better understand the market that a couple of our clients are involved with and to see what all the fuss was about.
For many businesses in the luxury and premium sector, reaching affluent shoppers is the holy grail as the opportunity to sell clothing, jewellery, cars, property, travel etc. to this demographic brings large rewards.
A recent report from Compuware seems to have turned previous data from Nielsen that smartphone users prefer mobile sites to apps on it's head.