Posts Tagged ‘personalized product recommendations’

A Daily Dose of Personalized Product Recommendations

An eTailing Group study found that more than three out of four online shoppers make additional purchases when presented with recommended products that match their personal preferences.

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Gifting the e-Way

This report focuses on holiday shopping for gift givers as well as the evolving and opportunistic role of eGifting. While the fourth quarter time frame receives the lion’s share of attention, inspiring gift giving throughout the year is the real opportunity as occasion-based giving for birthdays, anniversaries, souvenirs, and friends garners the greatest dollar impact.

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3rd Annual MyBuys/E-Tailing Group Consumer Survey-Building for Personalized Selling

This white paper and webinar share the findings of our 2010 research and includes a visual guide that showcases a series of examples in support of our recommendations concluding with a checklist for best-in-class execution.

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The “Insider’s” Guide to Successful Site Launches and Redesigns

Our own 2010 e-tailing group research indicates that 49% of merchants will look to re-platform their sites over the next three years while countless others will alter their site designs in a myriad of ways. Whether you handle these changes in-house, outsource them or pursue a joint scenario aligning your strategic objectives, your team, and your vision are all prerequisites for success.

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The Personalized Product Recommendations Value Proposition – A Practical Guide to a Positive Selling and Shopping Experience

2009 marks the second year that MyBuys and the e-tailing group have surveyed consumers to track how they relate to and use personalized product recommendations (PPRs). As part of that effort, we looked at several questions on a historical basis to understand any shifts in the consumer’s mind. Our research focus begins with personalized product recommendations positioning, favored messaging, and the role of email communication from cart abandonment to triggered email as averting abandonment and converting carts is even more critical today.

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