Black Friday and Cyber Monday represent the biggest period for ecommerce brands to drive sales, but they also present the biggest challenges to your digital strategy. In order to manage rising ad costs across paid search, social media advertising and Google Shopping, you need a focused strategy that had clear objectives at its heart.
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Why ecommerce brands need a clear mission for their Black Friday strategy
As competition becomes fierce and discounting puts the squeeze on margins, ecommerce brands need to think carefully about their mission for the Black Friday spending frenzy.
How should ecommerce brands set their strategy for Black Friday?
How should ecommerce brands approach their Black Friday Strategy? Sarah Barker, Head of Biddable Media at Stickyeyes, shared her views with In Conversation.
Why it’s important to play the long game during the Black Friday frenzy
Calm, considered and thinking about the long haul – why your digital Black Friday strategy should be everything that Black Friday isn’t.
Five techniques for optimising your Google Shopping campaign
Google Shopping Ads have grown to become an extremely effective way for ecommerce brands to get their products in front of their target customers but as competition intensifies, how can retail brands ensure that they are using their budget effectively, keeping CPCs low and margins high?
Why mobile is becoming the key battleground on Black Friday & Cyber Monday
Black Friday and Cyber Monday has fast become the key trading weekend for online retailers, and our data suggests that mobile is the key battleground when it comes to securing sales amid the post-Thanksgiving and pre-Christmas rush.