This Week at Branding Brand: A Joy Ride, Thursday Thoughts, and a New Brander


Just a casual Tuesday joy ride to get the creative juices flowing 🤓 🚲 #BrandersDoItBetter

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What's a brainstorm session without post-it notes? @swathia ⚡️ #ThursdayThoughts #BrandersDoItBetter

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Weekly News Roundup: Bixby vs. Siri, App Pins, Walmart Tech Reorgs

Weekly News Roundup

Here's what our team is reading this week... 

Bixby vs. Siri
Samsung's Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus launched with an AI assistant called Bixby to rival Siri, among other major upgrades (TechCrunchInc.). Apple released its iOS 10.3 update featuring a tool to find lost Air Buds and voice-activated ride-scheduling (Business Insider)

App Pins
Pinterest on Tuesday rolled out Promoted App Pins for merchants to encourage shoppers to download their apps (Digital Commerce 360).

Walmart Tech Reorgs
Walmart is reorganizing to match its technology to the ways consumers shop — by using mobile apps to research items and navigate physical stores, and buying online to pick up in stores (Wall Street Journal, Retail Dive)

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Top 10 Retail Trends You Need to Know: March 2017

Top 10 Retail Trends March 2017

Industry Trend #1
Apps on the ups
Retail app use broke records last year, and analysts say this will continue to increase as consumers become more comfortable with mobile shopping.
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Industry Trend #2
Burberry embraces e-commerce
With a newly redesigned website and mobile app, luxury brand Burberry is revamping its strategy to keep up with today's changing retail landscape.  
Read more

Industry Trend #3
Visual search 
Pinterest has launched a Chrome visual search extension that allows users to easily discover and purchase new products.  
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Industry Trend #4
Amazon insights 
Shoppers say Amazon Prime is the number one reason why they shop the retail giant instead of other brick-and-mortar box stores. 
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Industry Trend #5
Modcloth meets Wal-Mart
In a streak of recent purchases to compete with Amazon, Wal-Mart acquired the vintage e-commerce brand Modcloth. 
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Industry Trend #6
Staying competitive
At Shoptalk, Kohl's' CEO outlined plans to continue focusing on omnichannel this year in order to remain competitive. 
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Industry Trend #7
AI potential
The rapid advancements in AI technology give retailers unlimited potential to experiment with new user-focused experiences. 
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Industry Trend #8
Target troubles
Target announced plans to lower prices and upgrade stores over the next three years, a direct response to loss of business to Amazon. 
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Industry Trend #9
Mexico meets Amazon 
Amazon Prime is now available in Mexico, adding to a long list of reasons why traditional retailers are struggling to keep up.     
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Industry Trend #10
Starbucks does bingo
Starbucks recently launched a bingo game that requires spending to win, proving how mobile effectively merges the online and in-store experiences. 
Read more

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From Touchpoints to Transactions: the Opportunities of Cross-Device Shopping

One-third of all online orders involve more than one device.

What makes the buyer journey so difficult to track?

It all started with the boom of e-commerce. Then, it was made even more difficult as people got comfortable shopping on smartphones.

"The State of Cross-Device Commerce" by Criteo shows that the buyer journey is just as crucial to delivering user-centric shopping experiences as it is to running a profitable e-commerce brand.

Omnichannel rules e-commerce

According to the report, 1 in 3 online orders involve more than two devices, but where people choose to browse and buy largely depends on the timing.

Typically, desktop shopping peaks during the weekday work hours, while mobile dominates all other times, but one thing is certain: smartphones are present from beginning to end.

Only advanced cross-device measurement can accurately follow the buyer across devices and capture full journey behavior and intent.... To maximize impact, know your consumers’ buying cycle across devices and adapt your campaign strategy to reach them at the right time on the right device.


The cost of inaccuracy

Traditionally, brands attempt to track customer touchpoints by acquiring their zip codes and email addresses in store and online, but shoppers can easily slip through the cracks. Unearthing the buyer journey is complex, and retailers are leaving money on the table when they don't properly track and attribute sales. 

Correctly applied cross-device measurement reveals that buyer journeys are 41% longer than partial-view models indicate, enabling marketers to optimize offers and user experience at ever step and increase the likelihood of conversion on every visit on any device.


Breaking down mobile

Smartphone purchases are growing at the fastest rate year-over-year compared to desktops and tablets, and retailers who invest in mobile apps are rewarded—particularly on iOS, where transactions are growing at nearly twice the rate of Android.

Download "How to Get People to Download and Use Your App."

Different types of retailers are affected by mobile shopping differently. For example, fashion and luxury retailers currently hold the largest share of mobile transactions, closely followed by sporting goods, which experienced a 30% year-over-year spike in mobile orders from Q4 2015 to Q4 2016.

Forget 'browse on smartphone, buy on desktop.' As smartphones extend their role from browsing to purchasing, retailers must ensure the user experience is consistent, synchronized and seamless not only for mobile, but across all devices and platforms.

Buyer journey & CX

Download the recap for "How to Use the Buyer Journey to Improve CX" to learn more about how to drive engagement and create outstanding shopping experiences. 


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This Week at Branding Brand: Light Reading, National Puppy Day, and a New Launch


Light reading with @kpsaffell 👓 📚 #Bookworm #OnBranding

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Meet Benny, the blind Doberman puppy we're all in love with 😍 #HelloHandsome #NationalPuppyDay #DogsOfBB

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@arcteryx is now in the #app store! Congrats to the team that made it happen 💯 #BrandersDoItBetter #NewLaunch

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Weekly News Roundup: High-end Apps, Competitive Plans, 3-day eBay

Weekly News Roundup

Here's what our team is reading this week... 

High-end Apps
Burberry is using e-commerce and a new app to drive revenue and convert its fan base into loyal customers (Women’s Wear Daily). The new Arc'teryx app allows users to create personalized, shoppable feeds based on their interests

Competitive Plans
Major retailers, Kohl's and Macy's shared plans to help them stay competitive (Retail Dive, Fortune). Sears admits its future is bleak (Chicago Tribune).

3-day eBay
Some major retailers won't survive this year's end, according to eBay's CEO. The company will start offering 3-day delivery this summer, with free shipping and 1-day and 2-day delivery also available (CNBC)

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New Launch: Arc'teryx iPhone App

Arc'teryx iPhone app


Congratulations to Arc'teryx team on their iPhone app launch! The new app boasts several engaging features, including the incorporation of user generated content, a store locator, and more.

A key feature of the app is the "Explore" tab, which displays social content from the retailer's YouTube, Instagram, and blog to create a shoppable product feed. The content in the "Explore" tab is customized to the user's indicated preferences upon downloading the app, such as favorite outdoor hobbies. The shoppable social feed keeps the user experience fresh, which will achieve the company's goal of engaging and maintaining active users. 

According to Arc'teryx,

The Arc’teryx community is comprised of athletes, guides and dedicated outdoor explorers. Together they bring informative customer gear reviews, amazing imagery and stories of the best climbing, snow and alpinism around the world.

The new iOS app marries shoppable and social content to keep Arc'teryx on the cutting edge of e-commerce. 

Learn more about why people download and use shopping apps, or talk to our experts to get started establish your digital presence or optimize what you already have.


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Test Your Optimization IQ: App Item Quantity Badges

Test Your Optimization IQ

We surveyed app shoppers to find out which option is best for showing that you have items in your cart:

  • Test A: quantity badges on cart and tab bar
  • Test B: quantity badge on cart
  • Test C: quantity badge on tab bar

Can you guess which way shoppers like to be notified of items in their cart?

Select a test to reveal the winner:

Test A: badges on cart and tab bar Test B: badge on cart Test C: badge on tab bar

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[PRESS] eMarketer: A Portrait of Amazon Shoppers

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eMarketer featured Branding Brand's study in its profile about Amazon shoppers. 

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Branding Brand surveyed 1,000 US internet users in February 2017, all of whom shop on Amazon and identified themselves as making the majority of purchases for their household. Interestingly, mobile devices—in the aggregate—were reported to be the primary purchasing channel for a majority of Amazon customers.

While desktop/laptop was the top channel for the highest percentage of respondents, smartphone shoppers—whether using the Amazon app or simply going to—actually made up a larger combined proportion, at 48%. Add in tablet buyers, and almost 60% of respondents identified mobile channels as their primary choice for shopping on Amazon..

Read the full story here.

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This Week at Branding Brand: Thinking Spring and Saint Patrick's Day


Sunflowers have us thinking spring 😌 🌻 Thanks @ckoshzow! #Pittsburgh #BranderLife

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Weekly News Roundup: New iPads, Mobile Rain Plan, Walmart Does Fashion

Weekly News Roundup

Here's what our team is reading this week... 

New iPads
Rumors of new iPads coming this spring may be confirmed with sightings of the devices in various Cupertino locations (TechCrunch). Apple’s spring event might be moved to April, or it might not happen this year (9to5Mac)

Mobile Rain Plan
The North Face is promoting a waterproof coat with geotargeting that plays its branded “Rain Drop” song on Spotify, but only in areas where it’s raining (Mobile Commerce Daily).

Walmart Does Fashion
A Pittsburgh-born retailer in the business for 15 years, Modcloth, was acquired by Walmart's (Recode). But, this is only one of many niche retailers Walmart recently bought to gain style credibility (Women's Wear Daily)

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[WEBINAR] How to Use the Buyer Journey to Improve CX

How to Use the Buyer Journey to Improve CX

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Retailers who know their customers, understand their pain points, and develop solutions to solve them create the best shopping experiences, but 39% of companies still lack visibility into their shoppers' behaviors across channels. 

Join Branding Brand and guest speaker Brendan Witcher from Forrester for a webinar on Thursday, March 30 at 1 p.m. ET to learn how to use omnichannel tech to map your shoppers' buyer journeys and drive better customer experiences.


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Targeting Amazon's Power Shoppers


Adults who make 75% or more of their purchases with Amazon — the power shoppers — buy from the app and want loyalty rewards. A deeper dive into Branding Brand’s recent survey of Amazon shoppers learned more about this segment of customers to understand how retailers can attract them away from the retail giant.

Rewards vs. Shipping

Of the features that could sway Amazon’s customers to buy from other retailers, 51% of power shoppers ranked loyalty and rewards programs above free 2-day shipping, at 49%. Lower pricing still tops the wish list of features, at 59%. 


App vs. Mobile Site, Desktop

Power shoppers buy from Amazon’s smartphone app more than any other channel, at 28% — compared with the 26% who shop via desktop site, and 23% shop from smartphone site. This group is more comfortable shopping and purchasing on mobile, with 51% typically buying from Amazon’s app or smartphone site. 


Because lowering prices and offering free 2-day shipping can be cost-intensive for retailers, the fact that Amazon's power shoppers value loyalty and rewards programs more offers a less costly alternative for brands to pull in these customers.

Loyalty engagement is key to driving app adoption. Shoppers who download a brand's app are more likely to buy, especially when they get something in return from an effective loyalty rewards program. 

Learn more ways retailers can develop digital strategies to better compete with e-commerce competition from our webinar recap below. 

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[PRESS] MediaPost: 1% Buy From Amazon Via Alexa, 48% By Smartphone

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MediaPost featured Branding Brand's study about why and how shoppers buy on Amazon. 

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Millions of consumers use Amazon’s Alexa for wide variety of things.

The voice assistant’s thousands of skills, basically voice front ends to standing apps, let a consumer talk to Alexa through an Amazon Echo device to order a coffee from Starbucks, tell the device to get an Uber or have it ask Fitbit how you’re doing today.

However, one thing many are not doing is making purchases through Alexa.

The majority (85%) of Amazon shoppers buy at least monthly on Amazon, based on a new study by Branding Brand.

The study comprised a survey of 1,000 U.S. adults who shop on Amazon and make the majority of purchases for their households.

More than a quarter (28%) of consumers buy at least weekly from Amazon and 3% make purchases every day.

Overall selling by Amazon is not an issue, but the source device is another story.

Read the full story here.

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This Week at Branding Brand: Job Openings and International Women's Day


Are you an #appdev or #designer? Do you <3 mobile? We're hiring!📱 #DeveloperLife #PittsburghJobs #NowHiring

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The future is mobile, omnichannel, and most importantly—female 😌 👯 #wcw #BrandersDoItBetter #InternationalWomensDay

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Weekly News Roundup: Snap and Shop, Prime, App Market

Weekly News Roundup

Here's what our team is reading this week... 

Snap and Shop
Not that Snap… visual search by snapping photos could be the next frontier of e-commerce (Glossy). Pinterest brought its discovery technology to Google Chrome (TechCrunch, Recode)

Prices and Prime are powering Amazon’s draw to consumers, as found in Branding Brand's latest shopper survey (Internet Retailer)Amazon Prime launched in Mexico this week (TechCrunch).

App Market
Retail app use skyrocketed last year, expect it to continue climbing in 2017 (Venture Beat). Gamifying loyalty rewards is the new play by Starbucks for app engagement (Mobile Commerce Daily)

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[PRESS] MCD: Only 1% of Consumers Use Amazon Dash or Alexa to Shop

Only 1% of Amazon shoppers buy with Dash buttons.
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Mobile Commerce Daily featured Branding Brand's study about why and how shoppers buy on Amazon. 

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Much attention has been paid to Amazon’s recent encroachment on the big-box bricks-and-mortar space, and a recent report from Branding Brand implies that much of the credit belongs to its success in driving loyalty through its Prime service.

The survey of 1,000 adult consumers who shop on Amazon and make the majority of purchases for their households was held in late February. The resulting report contains a bevy of insights into the mind of the Amazon shopper, including their retail habits, preferred platforms and also demographic breakdowns, with a concerted focus on the younger, digital-native shopper.

Loyalty through Prime
According to the survey, a whopping 60 percent of Amazon shoppers buy using their mobile devices, a product of a years-long campaign from the ecommerce retailer to shift consumer to the platform through features such as frictionless commerce experiences and mobile-conducive services such as Amazon Pantry.

The number of users on a mobile device also closely mirrors the percentage of respondents who were Amazon Prime members, at 58 percent. Having a Prime membership was reported as the top reason survey respondents bought from Amazon (31 percent), closely followed by low prices (29 percent).

Other statistics only confirm the influence of Prime: Of non-Prime members, the main reason 45 percent buy on Amazon is to find lower prices, and 37 percent of non-Prime members think Walmart is less expensive, a significant cohort. It could be implied that Prime customers have grown such brand attachment to the service that they either do not care as much about lower prices as they did before joining Prime, or the service itself touts prices that users come to believe are lower.

The report also focuses on young shoppers, a section of consumer that Amazon is not alone in having interest in: Generation Z is quickly growing in purchasing power, and their habits will come to dictate retailer and ecommerce behavior for some time. Surprisingly, the report claims that 76 percent of digitally native 18-24 year olds make less than half of purchases on Amazon.

The report claims that the group prefers in-store shopping and a seamless buying experience.

Among the group, the leading platform that they use to buy on Amazon is the mobile app, which 35 percent of respondents claimed to use primarily. The rest buy on Amazon through desktop (34 percent) or its mobile-optimized Web site (24 percent).

And, in news that is sure to disappoint many in Amazon’s R&D department, only 1 percent of consumers say they use Amazon Dash Buttons or Alexa to shop.

Read the full story here.

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Why Your Chatbots Need to Be Intelligent

Chatbots allow shoppers to connect at their convenience—even while browsing products on the couch.

When the conversation turns to chatbots, many are skeptical based on experiences from Alexa, Siri, and Cortana, which aren’t always the most reliable, but there’s obviously interest in this type of artificial intelligence technology.

Former Gilt CEO and current IBM CMO Michelle Peluso explained why there’s excitement for this kind of tech in retail:

AI is changing how marketers generate insight about consumers to provide more contextual relevance. Understanding things like social profiles, movement, weather, and behavior, AI can help marketers understand at a more granular level what consumers want and need.

Consumer needs are dynamic—not static—and require an insight machine that can take this dynamism into account and feed it into your marketing plans. AI goes through a progression of understanding, reasoning, learning, and then adapting insight. Further, AI can include a lot more information in its learning process so that the marketing is more customized at the individual level.

Last year, retailers from Burberry to Burger King tested out ways to include chatbots into their digital strategies, making it one of the top tech trends that transformed retail in 2016, but there are still challenges to overcome before it can really show its ROI.

A recent article by Venture Beat noted:

Bots are great for the occasional, simple question: ‘I know what I want, give me the answer as quickly and conveniently as you can.’

When do conversations happen? Oftentimes after you made a purchase. That’s when frequently asked questions arise, not just before you buy. ‘Where is my order?’ ‘What is your return policy?’ ‘Do you also have item X in stock?’ ‘What’s the status of my claim?’ Everything starts with a question, and bots are a fantastic fit to handle these questions.

Not all bots equal, and in fact, most lack contextual awareness. This is where intelligent agents come into play.

Intelligent chatbots rely on deeper and more robust artificial intelligence (AI) and are integrated with essential enterprise systems that hold customer data. They not only parse big data for key pieces of information, but they can even learn from it. Intelligent chatbots that are built for the enterprise and serve in customer-facing roles are known as virtual agents or virtual customer assistants. In some cases they are powerful enough to conduct transactions and resolve customers’ issues as well as humans can.

Chatbots aren’t just useful for online chats. They can be deployed on many other interfaces: mobile, social media, messaging apps, voice response, and SMS texts. Most importantly for improving the overall customer experience, intelligent enterprise chatbots can anticipate customer intent.

Intelligent bots are able to process data quickly and can operate at the speed of the customer much more easily than a human. They can help retailers by:
  • Understanding customer needs so that brands can personalize experiences based on past visits
  • Connecting with shoppers at their convenience anywhere, anytime without typical desktop timeouts
  • Learning from previous customer engagements so retailers can take action to make CX better moving forward
  • Empowering associates by answering common questions and escalating deeper issues when needed to save the sale and maintain customer loyalty

A big opportunity for chatbots lies in the customer service sector, which is good news for retailers who saw costs increase in the past year. A joint report from the National Retail Federation and Forrester states that 38% of retailers plan to invest in new customer service features to manage costs and meet customer expectations, which means we may see more bots in the near future.

Forward-thinking retailers are already working on making their AI and chatbot technology better to improve CX:
  • Starbucks is experimenting with the Reorder Skill with the help of Alexa, where coffee lovers can place their usual order at a recently-visited location. It works in congruence with its Barista Chatbot—both of which are reportedly publicly launching in 2017.
  • Voice print technology is in the works at Amazon, which is meant to help Echo’s Alexa to distinguish one voice from another. This new tech would be helpful to manage level of access, such as charging credit cards based on who is placing an order.

Because retailers are prioritizing personalization, omnichannel, analytics, and digital store technology, we’re liking to see other retailers who tested this technology last year continue to explore its possibilities, including Nordstrom, Sephora, eBay, and 1-800-Flowers.

“From home to the car to the store, bots and messaging assist the customer journey and lighten the burden on stores,” Branding Brand’s CEO and co-founder Chris Mason said during our webinar "4 Opportunities to Win in the Digital Retail World." “Bots create inviting experiences for people.”

Learn how chatbots merge retailers’ top digital strategy initiatives in our webinar recap.


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[PRESS] Internet Retailer: Amazon’s Prices and Prime Power the E-commerce Giant’s Magnetic Pull on Shoppers


Internet Retailer featured Branding Brand's study about why and how shoppers buy on Amazon. 

Here's a clip: Inc.’s Prime program works. 

Shoppers cite the $99 annual membership program as the main reason they buy from Amazon, according to a Feb. 17-22 survey of 1,000 Amazon shoppers. E-commerce technology provider Branding Brand conducted the survey which polled consumers who make the majority of purchases for their households. 31% of shoppers say their Prime memberships are the top reason they shop at the web giant, followed 29% who list low prices as the main reason. Of those surveyed, 58% were Amazon Prime members.

Read the full story here.

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Survey: Amazon Weaknesses are Opportunities for Retailers


Are Amazon's deficiencies inadvertently creating a blueprint retailers can use to succeed? Amazon shoppers say they would buy from other retailers if offered lower prices (66%), free 2-day shipping (60%), and loyalty rewards (37%) — pointing to strategies retailers can use to attract the youngest generation of consumers.

To better understand how retailers can compete with the e-commerce giant, leading retail app platform, Branding Brand surveyed 1,000 adults from Feb 17-22 who shop on Amazon and make the majority of purchases for their households.

How and Why They Buy
60% of Amazon shoppers buy using their mobile devices. Having a Prime membership is the top reason they buy from Amazon (31%), followed by low prices (29%). Of those surveyed, 58% were Amazon Prime members.

Of non-Prime-members, the main reason 45% buy on Amazon is to find lower prices. 37% of non-Prime members think Walmart is less expensive.

Attracting Young Shoppers
Major opportunities for retailers exist with younger shoppers — 76% of digitally native 18-24 year olds make less than half of purchases on Amazon. This group prefers in-store shopping and a seamless buying experience, and according to the survey, the leading way they buy on Amazon is with the mobile app at 35%. The rest buy on on desktop (34%) or mobile site (24%).

Only 1% of consumers say they use Amazon Dash Buttons or Alexa to shop.

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About Branding Brand
Branding Brand is the retail industry's leading omnichannel commerce platform, powering mobile apps, sites, and in-store shopping experiences for over 200 enterprise brands. In addition to being named a Gartner "Cool Vendor" of apps, the Company is also the Forrester Wave Leader in "Mobile Commerce and Engagement Platforms."

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This Week at Branding Brand: Midweek Vibes and an Instabrander


Wednesday vibes with @djhippo👌 #BrandersDoItBetter

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"It's a good day when you hear the gong! It means a new mobile site or app has launched!" @leahloo5 #BranderLife (4 of 7)

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"A cute pup is the perfect presentation prop!" @leahloo5 #DogsofBB #BranderLife (6 of 7)

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Weekly News Roundup: Mobile World Congress, Target Bows, Online Discovery

Weekly News Roundup

Here's what our team is reading this week... 

MWC '17
Vintage phones were launched alongside futuristic touch projectors at Mobile World Congress this week (Mashable, CNBC). Absent was Samsung's Galaxy S8, which was teased to launch March 29 (CNET). A photo of it was leaked (The Verge)

Target Bows
Target will spend billions lowering its prices in 2017 as it bows to Amazon and Walmart pressure (Bloomberg, Reuters). The Atlantic explores the possibility of Target sacrificing style, quality, and shopping experience as a result.

Online Discovery
Enhanced online discovery, bots, and customized content are some of the ways artificial intelligence can be used to help retailers attract and keep customers (TIME, Fast Company). Branding Brand's webinar with Forrester last week analyzed some of these opportunities

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Test Your Optimization IQ: Product Sharing Icon

Test Your Optimization IQ

We surveyed shoppers to find out which product sharing method is more intuitive:
  • Test A: native share icon
  • Test B: separate share icons

Can you guess where shoppers preferred to find the shopping cart?

Select a test to reveal the winner:

Test A: native share iconTest B: separate share icons

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[FREE DOWNLOAD] "4 Opportunities to Win in the Digital Retail World" Webinar Recap

"4 Opportunities to Win in the Digital Retail World" Webinar Recap

In this webinar, Branding Brand and Forrester unveiled this year's top digital initiatives and how they connect to today's hot tech trends and retailers' existing investments.

You'll learn about these topics:
  • Personalization
  • Omnichannel
  • Analytics
  • Digital store tech
  • Chatbots


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