In today’s InternetRetailing newsletter we report on the effect of rain and Valentine’s Day on online retail.
We’re also tracing links between the store and online in our IRX 2014 preview, featuring Doug Glenwright of Tui Travel, our guest comment from Jon Maddison of Lyris on how email can act as an an online store assistant, while we report on figures from eBay Enterprise on the sales-boosting power of ship-from-store technologies. Finally, we also report on how Tesco has hit the headlines as its website passwords are shared online.
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On February 26, we’ll be joined by Azzam Sheikh, SEO and social media manager of National Tyres and Autocare, and Nils Michaelis, marketing analyst at Trustpilot, to explain how National Tyres and Autocare used online reviews to engage their customers, increasing conversions by 8.7%, in a webinar, Utilise online reviews to increase your conversions. The event starts at 11am. Find out more here
We’re now gearing up for Internet Retailing Expo 2014 (IRX 2014) in Birmingham. The event will be held on March 26 and 27 at the NEC in Birmingham, where there’ll be an array of conference streams, workshops and a wide range of exhibitors showing off the latest cutting edge technologies. Watch the Internet Retailing website for the latest news on speakers and exhibitors, while registrations are open on the IRX 2014 website.
Catch-up on IRC 2013
If you missed an Internet Retailing Conference 2013 presentation that you’d like to catch up on, you can do so now through the post-event website. Visitors to www.internetretailingconference.com can access all the presentations that we’ve been given permission to share with our audiences.