As Cupid spreads his wings, gifts of experience and romantic, at-home options will take over the market for Valentine’s Day 2018. Consumers will spend a near-record $19.2 billion on Valentine’s Day 2018, up from $18.2 billion in 2017. According to NRF’s annual survey, over half of the country will participate (55%) in the romantic holiday,
With the 2017 holidays right around the corner, consumers are digging into their pockets and getting ready to increase sales, especially online. The National Retail Federation is estimating that holiday sales will be up 3.6-4% from last year, totaling $678.5 billion in holiday spending. What’s more, consumers will be hitting the malls earlier than ever.
Use these four tips to earn high-quality backlinks that will boost your company’s search engine ranking. It’s no secret that backlinks can help your search engine rankings. Backlinks are any link on another website that points (or links) back to your website. Since the 1990s, search engines have used backlinks as a bit of a
Consumers will spend a record $9.1 billion during Halloween 2017. U.S. consumers will take to the retail markets Halloween 2017 and spend a whopping $9.1 billion on Halloween costumes, decorations, candy and more, making it the largest spending for the spooky holiday to date. The National Retail Federation reports that consumers are preparing to be the
Record spending, online shopping, and free shipping are hallmarks of back to school 2017. With consumer confidence on the rise, the National Retail Federation predicts that back-to-college and back-to-school spending will hit $83.6 billion in 2017. That whopping total is an all-time high for back-to-college dollars, and the second highest on record for back-to-school spending,
Argentus’ infographic sheds light on the differences between these often-confused functions. This guest post comes to us from Argentus Supply Chain Recruiting, a boutique recruitment firm specializing in Supply Chain Management and Procurement. Both Logistics and the wider Supply Chain are vital to how companies run today, but the two are still so often confused.
U.S. Consumers plan to spend a whopping $7.1 billion on cookouts for 4th of July celebrations. The National Retail Federation reports that 219 million Americans plan to celebrate the 241st Independence Day. Two-thirds plan to attend a cookout, barbecue, or picnic, spending an average of $73.42 per household on food items, up from last year’s
Nearly 80% of logistics and supply chain companies consider content an effective tool for their businesses. We often use this space to talk to the logistics and supply chain industries about content marketing. Some companies are surprised to learn that this modern marketing method can be so effective for their business. The truth is, content
Consumers will spend $18.2 billion on Valentine’s Day 2017, down from a record-high 19.7 billion in 2016, according to the National Retail Federation. Did you purchase something sweet for your loved one to mark the special occasion this Valentine’s Day? You won’t be alone in your pursuit to find the perfect box of chocolates. According to
Thinking of outsourcing content marketing? This infographic illustrates how other B2B marketers are handling content creation. Plan. Create. Distribute. Repeat. Does the constant creation of content feel like a drain on your resources? Do you feel like the content you’re publishing isn’t on par with the standards of your business? Do you dread the days
2016 was the year of the digital supply chain — here’s a look at how things changed. This guest post comes to us from Adam Robinson, director of marketing for Cerasis, a top freight logistics company and truckload freight broker. 2016 marched onward with a drive to improve the use of digital technology throughout the supply
Why brand awareness is important to growing your business The singular goal of most companies that contact Fronetics is to generate more leads — today. This is not surprising in that leads are necessary to generate sales, and sales are necessary to revenue generation and to growth. What is surprising is the number of companies