Designed for retail CEO's, CMO's, e-Commerce Directors, Marketing Managers and other strategic decision makers, the Total Retail Resource Library is the premier source for free retail oriented best practices and case studies.


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Retail Stores

The Democratization of Retail

Hubba, the largest commerce community for the most forward-thinking buyers and creative brands to grow their business, released a whitepaper and infographic that showcase the new opportunities for the next generation of retail.

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E-Commerce

ADA and Web Accessibility: Legally Required or Best Practice?

Accessibility seems to be the wild, wild west of the World Wide Web ... and it's not going to get better anytime soon. There's a significant legal gray area as to whether e-commerce websites fall under the Americans with Disabilities Act, and decisions are being made in court. Get the report to learn more about this important issue!

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E-Commerce

Ebook: 5 Tips for Content That Converts

You've invested time and money into creating rich visual content for your ecommerce site. But is it really converting your visitors into customers and driving revenue? Only 6% of today's online retailers see conversion rates higher than 10%, with most hovering between 1% and 3%. Get 5 key tips for creating content that actually converts!

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Content Marketing

Content Priorities for Online Retailers

Eighty-one percent of online retailers say that content is a priority, but most lack the time and resources to create the rich media content that customers love. What's more, the industry lacks significant data on the nuances of content. We surveyed leading e-commerce retailers to uncover how they prioritize, create, and publish interactive content experiences.

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Marketing

Debunking the Millennial Myth

In a recent segmentation of U.S. shoppers, LoyaltyOne Global Solutions explored the types of shopper personas that emerge when we exclude demographic differences like age and gender and concentrate solely on behavioral data. What was discovered was illuminating, if not a little surprising: beyond age, so-called millennials are far from being one cohesive group at all. In fact, they fall into a multiplicity of groups with a variety of shopping preferences and attitudes.

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