Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Tuesday Reading List


  • The Future of Brick-and-Mortar Shopping (Newsweek)
  • Manhattan Retail’s Big Renaissance (Commercial Observer)
  • eBay re-imagines itself as the company that can get you anything, anytime, anywhere (Wired)
  • Retailers test new store formats during holidays (Baltimore Sun)
  • The Imminent Mobile Commerce Avalanche (Search Engine Watch)
  • Target + Neiman Marcus And A Lesson In Multichannel Retailing (Forbes)
  • Hotel retail turns trendy to generate ancillary revenue and improve customer loyalty (USA Today)
  • YouTube Pushes Holiday Sales Into Shoppable Video Ads (ClickZ)
  • Where Republicans and Democrats Shop From A(bercrombie) to Z(ales) (Washington Wire)
  • Retail Predictions for 2013: The convergence of all things digital (STORES)
  • Fathers are doing more of the family shopping, and retailers are taking notice (NY Times)
  • Can E-Commerce Keep Magazines Afloat? (Mashable)
  • Why Millennial Shoppers Are Alpha-Influencers (PSFK)
  • Beyond Deals & Discounts: How Retailers Are Luring in Holiday Shoppers (Time)
  • 5 Shipping Secrets of Zappos (Entrepreneur)
  • Brick and mortar retailers tout interactive experiences to differentiate themselves (KC Star)

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