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  • fankenguru fankenguru Mar 23, 2014 4:43 AM Flag

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    • Help will come from Local Corp

      You must only substitute xxx through the right letters.

      "Now consumers have heightened shopping expectations, with 71 percent expecting to view in-store inventory online, and 50 percent expecting the ability to buy online and pick-up in-store. In the age of the smartphone, consumers are in even greater control and want to not only shop Web inventory, but also use their phone to shop from and within stores.

      Recent research from Forrester Research shows that 56 percent of consumers have used a mobile device to research products at home, 38 percent have used a mobile device to check inventory availability while on their way to a store and 34 percent have used a mobile device to research products while in a store."

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      TopicsMessages My Posts Local Corp Dri…xBack To Board Next topic New Topic New Topic fankenguru fankenguru • Mar 21, 2014 4:04 AM Remove Flag0 users liked this posts users disliked this posts 0 Reply Local Corp Drive Shoppers In-Store - Not Yelp or Angies List
      Case Study: Ace Hardware Uses Mobile Tools to Drive Shoppers In-Store
      Merchant: Ace Hardware
      Location: Worldwide
      Size: 4,700 locations
      Bottom Line: Adding location-based technology to a mobile app encourages online shoppers to make purchases in-store.

      The trend toward consumers making purchases on the web isn’t slowing down — with 70% of those surveyed in 2013 reporting that they prefer shopping online — however national hardware chain Ace Hardware is doing its part to bring online shoppers back in-store. The company has recently debuted a new mobile iPhone application, meant to enhance the shopping experience and encourage customers to complete their transaction at local Ace Hardware locations.

      “It allows the consumer to find more information about what they’re standing in front of, the product they’re looking at,” says Mark Lowe, Ace’s e-commerce marketing, and digital department manager. “

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      Ace is a client of Local Corp

      A: AT&T, Ace Hardware, Ann Taylor, Apple Less

      Other clients of Local Corp:

      T: Target, Teavana, The Children's Place, Toys R Us, True Value Hardware

      W: Walgreens, Wal-Mart, Williams Sonoma, Wrangler

      P: PC Mall, Pauls Tv, Pottery Barn, Pottery Barn Kids

      R; REI, RadioShack, Restoration Hardware, Rite Aid

      S: Saks Fifth Avenue, Sears, Sony Store, Sperry Top-Sider, Sur La Table

      K: Kmart, Kohls

      L: L'Occitane en Provence, Lane Bryant, Last Call by Neiman MarcusLee, Levi's, Lowe's

      M: Micro Center

      N. Nordstrom

      F: Foot Locker, Fossil, Fry's

      G: GameStop

      H: Harbor Freight; Home Depot

      I.: IKEA

      C: CVS, Carters, Catherines, Coldwater Creek, Costcocrocs

      B: Babies R Us, Bed Bath And Beyond, Best Buy, Big 5 Sporting

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