Zeta Blog

Attending eTail this week? Here is what you can expect from this year's show

Posted by Zeta Marketing on February 27

We spoke with Lori Hawthorne, Divisional Director for eTail, about the eTail West event in Palm Springs this week.  Thanks for talking to us, Lori, we are excited to hear about what eTail is offering retailers and other attendees this year and learn more about some of the new workshops you have planned.

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Topics: trends, conference, etail, omnichannel, retailer

2016 Holiday is a “Wrap” – What Gifts Did Marketers Receive to Make 2017 Even Bigger?

Posted by Tia Matsumoto on February 09

The results are in and the 2016 holiday season was one for the [online and mobile] record books. The NRF reports holiday retail sales during November and December increased four percent over 2015 with online and other non-store sales up 12.6% unadjusted year-over-year.”

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Topics: Holiday, Marketing, email, trends, shopping, mobile

An Interview with David Daniels: Cross-channel attribution trends for 2017

Posted by Zeta Marketing on January 26

On February 1st Zeta will be conducting a webinar with The Relevancy Group: The Future of Relevance – And It’s Impact on Attribution Trends. We took a moment to sit down with TRG’s CEO & Founder, David Daniels, to learn a little more about this latest survey, the marketer responses and how he sees the market looking in 2017.

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Topics: Marketing, attribution, trends, people-based marketing, Identity management, analyst

Holiday 2016: Big Retailers Make Drastic Moves as Consumers Shift Purchasing to Online Sources

Posted by Tia Matsumoto on January 13

Another holiday season is over and we are uncovering valuable data intelligence that will determine the success of 2016 Peak’s retail performance. Early indicators suggest that the season seems to have been respectable with some estimates in the 3 to 4 percent growth range. More notably, the growth for online spend appears to be more than double that overall figure, in the neighborhood of 7 to 10 percent. This is attributable to the astonishing 80% of Americans who are now online shoppers according to a Pew Research Study. This shift affected some of America’s most well-known brands and resulted in many store closures for traditional, marquee retailers such as Macy’s, Kmart and Sears. In addition, some retailers are taking it as far as eliminating all brick-and-mortar locations like The Limited’s recent announcement to close all stores nationwide immediately. Now we find ourselves in the dawn of a new era where the brick-and-mortar store begins to fade as e-commerce often out-performs in-store on pricing and wins the sale.

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Topics: Marketing, Retail, holiday trends, results, shopping

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