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An emerging retail reality Julie Krueger March Retail marketing is changing. Today, success means connecting with your most important customer: Here we detail the three ways retailers can reach this shopper by measuring behavior, providing localized information, and creating the right organizational structure.
The way we think about and approach retail marketing is changing. Today, success means reaching consumers wherever they are, on whatever device they may be using. Increasingly, that means smartphones.
According to Google data, for much of the holiday season, mobile shopping clicks exceeded those on the desktop as shoppers made their purchase decisions on the go.
And people are no longer discriminating between mobile and desktop when it comes to shopping—whether that's in a store or on an e-commerce site. This is creating new realities for retailersas we've seen from our recent research with Ipsos MediaCT and Sterling Brands.
Chief among them is the fact that digital doesn't just drive e-commerce; it gets people in the store. And this influence doesn't end at the entrance to the store: Smartphones are the new personal shopping assistant for people once they're inside.
As digital continues to touch every step of the customer journey, multi-channel retailers who operate both e-commerce and in-store channels are having to take note. They're changing the way they think about omnichannel shoppers for instance, Banana Republic customers who shop both online and in-store and what their shopping behavior means for the overall business.
The most sophisticated retailers are ensuring their marketing strategies are geared toward enabling customers to convert on any channel. Because they realize that a shopper who buys from them in-store and online is their most valuable kind of customer.
Retailers can reap the revenue benefits of omnichannel shoppingbut only if they know how to attract and connect with these highly desirable consumers.
Doing so requires a deep knowledge of how these shoppers behave. It also requires structuring the company to be able to act on these insights. This is much easier said than done. Using examples from retailers who have started to make this shift, we detail the three keys to connecting with omnichannel shopping: Measure cross-device and online-to-store shopping behavior To engage omnichannel shoppers, you first need to understand who they are.
At a basic level, this means knowing important factors about the customer such as gender, demographic, location, website browsing habits, search habits, and where they shop in-store. But that's not enough. Top retailers understand their customer in even greater detail.
They measure the influence of all touchpoints on a customer's journey to purchase—online, offline, and across devices—using sophisticated measurement systems. These attribution platforms track the customer's journey through each channel—TV, display, search, email, and direct mail—providing a holistic view of how a valuable customer makes a purchase.
Using sophisticated measurement, leading retailers can answer important questions about their ideal customer. For example, does she shop across a mix of online and offline channels before making a purchase? Is she likely to visit a retailer's mobile site?
Has her purchase frequency increased as a result of a specific marketing campaign? Is mobile assisting her in-store purchase? What marketing channel or ad type would be most helpful in drawing her into a nearby store?
Where can a retailer find more customers like her? Armed with better measurement insights, retailers can, for example, better use online channels to draw shoppers into their stores. And Sprint was able to understand the full, cross-channel value of its search advertising as well: Sprint's own data shows that for every sale that paid search ads generate online, paid search ads drive five in-store sales.
By measuring valuable actions beyond clicks—phone calls, cross-device conversions, and even store visits—retailers can see how their digital efforts are affecting in-store sales. These tools have helped us both with our ad formats and in our evaluation of their impact," says David Buckley, chief marketing officer of Sears Hometown and Outlet Stores.
PetSmart, too, found that search ads had a direct impact on store visits. Provide omnichannel shoppers with relevant, local information Once you begin to understand the relationship between digital and in-store for your omnichannel shoppers, it's important to think about reaching them wherever they are and making the experience seamless.Capital structures.
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