Twitter has acknowledged that it has disbanded its ‘Buy’ button team and has shifted its ecommerce focus elsewhere.
Pinterest is to start selling advertising in the UK, signalling the socal media site’s first move to make money from its more than 45 million users who reside outside the US.
For any professional sports club, having lots of fans is always a good thing, but having lots of fans who also engage with the club itself is even more valuable. And in today’s world, the best way to get involved with the club you love is most definitely via social media.
Instagram is continuing its domination of mobile usage, with more than one-third of mobile users are expected be on Instagram in 2016.
Jimmy Choo reported half year results with news that its digital marketing strategy came to the fore in a half-year that saw sales and profits rise. Looking ahead, the luxury shoe brand is now working to roll out omnichannel services and technology across its global business.
Shoppers in need of customer service say they’ll go online to reach out to a company online only as a last resort, according to a study from The Northridge Group. In The State of Customer Service Experience 2015, The Northridge Group found that companies are struggling to meet consumer expectations for a seamless and effortless… Read more »