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Retail Experience in the News - 4/20/12

Posted by Christine B. Whittemore on Apr 20, 2012 10:52:00 AM

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Retail Experience in the News

Are you ready for this week's interesting Retail Experience in the News links for 4/20/12?

I'll have you know that this has been an intense week at Coverings 2012 and it's not yet quite over [I have one more presentation to go!]. 

So far, I have captured wisdom from NTCA's executive director, Bart Bettiga, in LinkedIn for Business Tips: How To Manage Groups. There's more as you'll read over the next few blog updates, including from the Coverings #KBTribeChat – LIVE from the show! event.


Retail Experience Ideas

New Research: Americans Hate Social Media Promotions

How retailers study and test us to maximize profit

Prom gets Pricey


Retail Experience and the Consumer

When Low Prices Make Shoppers Mad

Survey: Bargain shoppers reshape grocery experience

KPMG Global Retail Director discusses industry trends for 2012

Gen Y Shoppers Want To Share, Boomers To Save

The Demographics of Health Care


Integrating Online/Offline Retail Experience

Retailers: What's Your Pinterest Strategy?

Matching the Medium with the Message in Word-of-mouth Marketing


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

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Thanks for reading and have a great weekend!



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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.