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Wine, in all its forms, is very popular right now. That's particularly true in developing countries with a blossoming middle class. So, eBay has become one of the first major ecommerce sites to devote an entire section to it.
Perhaps the most staggering number to come from a recent State of Retail report delivered at Microsoft's Envision conference in New Orleans is how much businesses are spending on the so-called customer experience. Hint: It's in the billions!
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Customers appreciate the ease that automation brings to their shopping experiences but offer bad customer service and they'll walk away. So, is your small business's reliance on automated processes as part of their overall experience having them look for alternatives?
New data from the J.P. Morgan Chase Institute reveals which U.S. cities are hotbeds for spending at small businesses. Big metro areas, like New York City, lead the way.
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What is a peer army? For those who haven't heard the term before, this is a revolutionary way to mobilize your superfans to grow your brand. But beware. This approach requires considerable effort from your company and that you give the participants something in return.