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About C.B. Whittemore

About C.B. Whittemore

Flooring The Consumer History

Flooring The Consumer is a marketing blog about improving the consumer experience, particularly in flooring.


The blog was launched in June 2006. It is featured as a case study on this site with more detail on the Simple Marketing Blog.

If you're curious about our archives from 2006 to 2011, visit Flooring The Consumer.

Flooring The Consumer Explores Getting Found In-Store and Online, aka the Customer Retail Experience

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Retail Experience in the News - 2/24/12

  
  
  
Retail Experience in the News
Here are the Retail Experience in the News links and resources for Friday 2/24/12. I'd love to hear which you find most interesting!

Retail Experience Ideas

Preparing for Store 3.0

How JC Penney could transform the way America shops

 

Retail Experience and the Consumer



Affluents, Coupons and the implications of a Female-driven marketplace

Macy's Mantra: put the customers at the center of everything

Consumers create the basis for growth strategies: Retail predictions for 2012

 

Integrating Offline/Online Customer Experience

Are mobile bar codes a fad or here to stay?

TrendWatching Briefing for February 2012 about Point-Know-Buy. Why infolusty, spontaneity-loving consumers will embrace instant visual information gratification 

How to integrate mobile into the retail experience: The Smartphone Shopping Experience Needs to Come Inside the Store

The click of heels: How online shoping in changing the face of fashion. Online shopping for fashion is no longer about deals. Now, it's driven by convenience and personalization


For previous issues of Retail Experience in the News, click on this link [and also this one].

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Thanks for reading and have a great weekend!

Best,

C.B.

 

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