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Many luxury brands, like Peloton, have launched less-expensive offerings of their products, often done to expand the reach of brands, create awareness and scale revenues.
In response to recent consumer shifts that show a preference for same day shopping and pick-up, Google has added several features that highlight nearby products.
As brands gear up for a unique holiday season, Wayfair and Amazon jump start early shopping with sales days to rival Black Friday.
Neiman Marcus has replaced their fall book with a digital magazine. Major brands leverage print catalogs in new ways while others shift to embrace more virtual consumer experiences.
Shifting education models impacted back-to-school shopping, influencing what and how families purchase. Spending shifted from traditional supplies to technology and home learning products.
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As consumers begin venturing into physical stores, new shopping patterns have emerged.
Evolving consumer behaviors during the pandemic and the value of first-party data has driven several big brands to launch DTC ventures.
Stop & Shop’s new ecommerce platform and loyalty rewards program offer seamless shopping and delivery for consumers.
Ready to drink cocktails are growing exponentially by focusing digital marketing strategies on convenience and fresh options.
The rise of ecommerce has led many brands to amplify visual commerce including augmented reality and fashion lookbooks.
The Kroger Co. is expanding its Kroger Ship delivery service with an online interface that will provide consumers more product options.
The recent surge in online shopping has led to increased adoption of ecommerce platforms like Shopify.
DoorDash has seen a huge uptick in business in recent months and is leveraging that consumer attention with the launch of DashMart.
It’s been nearly three months since racial justice moved to the national stage for many Americans, and brands continue to show support.
Google has added lead forms to YouTube, increasing the ways in which brands can reach consumers across the web.