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27 Sep 2016

Site Search A High Priority For Gift Shoppers

OK, so when U.S. consumers are searching for gifts online, they apparently are most concerned about the ability to search for and find products on a retailer’s site, according to a recent report. Shop.org Retail’s Digital Summit survey said that more than one-third of shoppers ranked the ease (or lack thereof) of finding and searching... View Article

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27 Sep 2016
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RichRelevance Introduces Find™, The Next Generation of Personalized Search for an Omnichannel World

Interactive search experience adapts and learns throughout each shopper’s journey to surface products they want to purchase Shop.org Retail’s Digital Summit — Dallas, TX — September 27, 2016 — RichRelevance®, the global leader in omnichannel personalization, today launched Find™, the newest product in RichRelevance’s product suite. Built on the Relevance Cloud™, Find uses powerful real-time personalization... View Article

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27 Sep 2016
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New RichRelevance Study Finds Site Search Can Make – or Break – the Omnichannel Experience

New research shows site search is critically important – especially with the upcoming holidays – and retailers leave sales on the table when site search fails Shop.org Retail’s Digital Summit — Dallas, TX — September 27, 2016 — RichRelevance®, the global leader in omnichannel personalization, today released new research that drills into how U.S. consumers search... View Article

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20 Sep 2016
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Christmas Creep getting less creepy

The advancing holiday promotional schedule has been a double-edged sword for retailers that want the sales without irritating shoppers. Now, there’s new evidence to suggest that consumers are becoming less annoyed by the practice. U.S. consumers are still bothered by Christmas Creep, but less so with each passing year. Roughly 63 percent are annoyed or... View Article

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