Friday, March 22, 2013

Friday Reading List

  • The cash register's days are numbered as sales staff, shoppers checkout on phones and tablets (Washington Post) and Ka Ching! Tracing the roots of the iconic cash register (Star Tribune)
  • Fab.com Winning in E-Commerce With Hipsteresque Whimsy (Businessweek)
  • Are Consumers Getting Tired of Fast Fashion? (Time)
  • 16 Brands That Have Fanatical Cult Followings (Business Insider)
  • The Economic Case for Paying Cashiers $40K a Year (The Atlantic Cities)
  • How Gap Activated Its SXSW Presence (Convince & Convert)
  • The Trend Continues...Small Retailers Outpacing Overall Retail Sales Growth (MasterCard Advisors)
  • Shoppers’ ‘Mobile Blinders’ Force Checkout-Aisle Changes (Bloomberg)
  • The Only Problem With the Greatest Hoodie Ever Made: They can’t make them fast enough (Slate)
  • Consumers Still Don't Trust Social Media Marketing (TechCrunch)
  • Meet Alibaba, the trailblazing Chinese internet giant and world's greatest bazaar (The Economist)
  • Partnerships Provide The "Muscle" In The Mobile Payments War (FastCo)
  • Wall Street wears the pants at Sears and J.C. Penney (CNN Money)
  • Online Reviews Influence Shoppers Most, but Print Catalogs Trump Social Networks (MarketingProfs)


Online Reviews Influence Shoppers Most, but Print Catalogs Trump Social Networks (MarketingProfs)

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