Launched in 1962, Walmart is a powerhouse retailer with U.S. revenue exceeding $300 billion and growing. Walmart’s U.S. advertising spend is greater than $2 billion each year. Recently focused on scaling their online channels, Walmart ecommerce sales have been growing at a rate greater than 40% with almost two-thirds of U.S. consumer shopping at Walmart.com at least once a month.
Here’s the recent digital marketing news we’ve covered about Walmart:
The Subscription Industry Hones In On A New Audience: Kids. As the subscription industry continues to experience explosive growth, brands are taking note of the marketing opportunities and profitability of targeting a much younger audience.
Holiday Toy Catalogs Evolve For The Digital Age. Holiday toy catalogs still play an important role for retailers.
Parents Turn To A Mix Of Options For Their Toy Shopping Needs. Big box stores, independent retailers and direct-to- consumer brands offer parents an array of options when shopping for toys.
Shopping For Groceries Is Easier Than Ever With Digital And Brand Innovations. Target and Walmart announce their latest innovations in the grocery store wars, capitalizing on branding, partnerships and seamless delivery.
Retailers Innovating To Strip Market Share From Google, Facebook, Amazon. There are significant signs of retailers fighting to get a piece of the digital ad pie with promises of tight audience targeting and ultimate trackability.
Walmart Continues To Expand Their Market Reach By Partnering With Kidbox: Walmart’s partnership with startup Kidbox offers the mega retailer an additional opportunity to reach younger, savvy Millennial shoppers.
Walmart’s TV And Video Media Agency, Vudu: Just The Facts: Walmart’s TV and video streaming platform, Vudu, launched new advertising options, backed by Walmart’s first-party retail data.
Toy Store Experiences: Nostalgia and Innovation Appeal to Shoppers this Holiday Season: In a post-Toys R Us market, Amazon, Target, Walmart and small businesses fill the void for holiday toy shoppers, with innovations, nostalgic appeals and experiential shopping.
3 Tax Prep Brands Go Big For April 15: In a post-Toys R Us market, Amazon, Target, Walmart and small businesses fill the void for holiday toy shoppers, with innovations, nostalgic appeals and experiential shopping.