3 Powerful Examples of How to use Mobile App Beacon Technology to Boost Retail Sales

Too few businesses are taking advantage of the untapped possibilities of integrating beacon technology into their apps to increase personalization and the chances of closing a sale ten-fold using proximity marketing vs traditional marketing channels. While the beacon technology revenue was 1.18 billion US dollars in 2018, it’s estimated to reach a 10.2 billion US dollars market by 2024. Global Beacon Technology Market If you have a marketing or retail-oriented business, you should consider how app

3 Keys To Building a Successful Chat Marketing Program

AI chatbots can open the door to better digital experiences and increased customer conversions. But they can also tank your customer experience. Here’s how to get it right.  Today’s consumers expect businesses to deliver a personal and on-demand experience 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days of the year. Companies in every industry need to expand their approach in order to give customers the control they seek and convert the influx of

Digital Marketing Trends & Predictions

Precautions made by companies during the pandemic significantly disrupted the supply chain, consumer buying behavior, and our associated marketing efforts this last couple of years. In my opinion, the greatest consumer and business changes happened with online shopping, home delivery, and mobile payments. For marketers, we saw a dramatic shift in the return on investment in digital marketing technologies. We continue to do more, across more channels and mediums, with less staff – requiring us

8 Trends in Retail Software Technology

The retail industry is a huge industry carrying out numerous tasks and activities. In this post, we will discuss the top trends in retail software. Without waiting much, let us move towards trends.  Payment Options – Digital wallets and different payment gateways add up the flexibility to online payments. The retailers get an easy yet secure way to meet the payment requirements of the customers. In the traditional methods, only cash was allowed as the payment

Why You Should Never Buy A New Website Again

This is going to be a rant. Not a week goes by that I don’t have companies asking me how much we charge for a new website. The question itself raises an ugly red flag that typically means that it’s a waste of time for me to pursue them as a client. Why? Because they’re looking at a website as a static project that has a start and an endpoint. It’s not… it’s a medium