Friday, March 29, 2013

Good Friday Reading List

  • The Future of Retail: Blending the In-Store and Online Experience (BrandChannel)
  • Walmart and Amazon: clash of titans or future partners? (FT)
  • More Than Half of Americans Say Tax Hikes Have No Effect on Spending (US News & World Report)
  • Facebook Is Keeping Track of What You Buy at the Drugstore (The Atlantic Wire)
  • Nordstrom woos young women with lower prices (Seattle Times)
  • Beyond Showrooming: 3 Quirky Ways Smartphones Are Changing How We Shop (Time)
  • Infographic: What's the Best Time of Day to Send an Email? (Adweek)
  • How Shopper Tracking Is Creating A More Sophisticated Retail Experience (PSFK)
  • Seamless Skips Steep Fees in Battle for Mobile Payments (Bloomberg)
  • Best Buy Outlook Brightens, But Doubts Remain (NREI)
  • Storefront launches its pop-up marketplace to usher in the future of retail (PandoDaily)
  • 7 Ways Mobile Commerce Will Change Retail (Practical eCommerce)
  • The Next Leap in Social: 3D Printing (AdAge)
  • Harris Poll EquiTrend Rankings of 2013's Best Brands (Harris Interactive)
  • Mobile Shopping Is Rapidly on the Rise with Affluent Shoppers (Unity Marketing)
  • Why retailers will be forced to reinvent themselves in the mobile age (The Drum)
  • Three Things GameStop Can Teach Retail Executives (Businessweek)
  • Mobile coupons edge out print as retailers switch strategy (Mobile Commerce Daily)
  • If Shoppers Like Your Brand on Facebook, They'll Buy More (Inc.)
  • Google All but Officially Admits It Wants to Be Amazon (Wired)

Survey director Richard Curtin said "consumers have discounted the administration's warning that economic catastrophe would follow the reductions in federal spending, and consumers have renewed their expectation that gains in employment will accelerate through the rest of 2013."

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