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18 Feb 2015

First Look at the New Relevance Cloud™

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Today, we’re happy to announce that the Relevance Cloud is out of beta and available to all with the 15.02 release. This release introduces Build (API-based personalization building blocks) and delivers enhancements to our Recommend and Discover products, helping you to personalize every step of your customers’ purchase journey and setting you up for an... View Article

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15 Sep 2014

Introducing the new RichRelevance Dashboard

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Personalization is what empowers retailers to create a 1-1 relationship with customers online. By tracking engagement and other KPIs, you can quickly take stock of how are you doing with those relationships. The new RichRelevance dashboard is the perfect tool for putting richer reports with more data at your fingertips, so that you’re always in... View Article

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25 Feb 2014

The Tipping Point for Outliers in A/B Testing

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Malcolm Gladwell recently popularized the term ‘outlier’ when referring to successful individuals. In data terms, however, outliers are data points that are far removed from other data points, or flukes. Though they will make up a small portion of your total data population, ignoring their presence can jeopardize the validity of your findings. So, what... View Article

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27 Nov 2013

Financial Times — Retailers pin festive hopes on Pinterest

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Retailers are pinning some of their Christmas hopes on Pinterest, the digital media site. If Facebook is about friends and Twitter is about interests, then Pinterest is about things – and that is a welcome discovery for stores looking for ways to fuse social media and ecommerce. A loosely organised digital pinboard, Pinterest lets users... View Article

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19 Nov 2013

AllFacebook - How Does Facebook Fare In Terms Of Social Shopping?

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Facebook still dominates when it comes to social shopping sessions and driving traffic, but Pinterestcontinues to make up ground, while Twitter lags far behind, according to research scheduled to be released next week by personalized shopping data outfit RichRelevance. RichRelevance analyzed more than 700 million online shopping sessions between Jan. 1 and Sept. 30 and found that: Click here to... View Article

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