Yes, data is an asset. But not if the data doesn’t generate any value.
In this interactive webinar, our expert speakers will address tips for creating seamless cross-channel shopping experiences and more.
Somewhere down the line, I missed the memo that “continuity clubs” is now an anachronism, and “subscription marketing” is preferred.
The emergence of new online marketplaces (e.g., Wal-Mart, Staples), social commerce solutions (e.g., Twitter's "Buy" button), Google's "Buy" button and extended product attribute guidelines have all served to shine a light on the importance of product content in consumers' omnichannel shopping experiences.
This free webinar will explore the following topics:
- why product content is key to your e-commerce strategy;
- how product content leads to better (and more profitable) supplier-retailer relationships;
- the role of product content in better serving omnichannel shoppers; and
- much more!
Come to this session armed with your questions. You'll be able to submit them directly to our panelists for a live Q&A session during the hour.
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