Features | Street Fight - Part 5

Instagram Collaboration Is Making Social Media Work for Small Businesses

April Nowicki

Instagram Collaboration Is Making Social Media Work for Small Businesses

“All social media is a funnel,” says Chris Warren, owner of Marjory Warren Boutique in New York City. “You’re trying to get someone to buy something.” Warren connected with other local shops via Townsquared, hyperlocal networking platform for small businesses, and joined a sort of “Instagram collective” with other store owners.

How Legacy Retailers Are Infusing Tech Into Brick-and-Mortar

Nancy Ayala

How Legacy Retailers Are Infusing Tech Into Brick-and-Mortar

Many brick-and-mortar retailers are finding more ways to integrate in-store experiences and ecommerce into their offerings — both to offset brick-and-mortar declines and to drive more foot traffic into their stores. It is a redefinition of a retail revolution that still has fighting power for the old retail guard.

5 Ways Retailers Are Using Marketing Tech to Support Personalization Efforts

Stephanie Miles

5 Ways Retailers Are Using Marketing Tech to Support Personalization Efforts

The notion that marketers don’t have access to the types of data they need to improve the relevancy of their marketing efforts is a fallacy. Most retail brands already have everything they need, it’s just a matter of using the data in creative ways to generate more personalized content for consumers.

5 Platforms Connecting Local Customers to their Online Footprints

Stephanie Miles

5 Platforms Connecting Local Customers to their Online Footprints

More than half of marketers expect cross-channel measurement and attribution to occupy most of their time, attention, and resources in the coming year. Many of these marketers will be exploring new technologies that close the loop on attribution and unlock the hidden connections between web viewing sessions and in-store purchases around the globe.