With the holiday season fast approaching, now is the time to enhance your ecommerce strategy to overcome the unique challenges 2020 presents
In 2020, 71% of US consumers plan to do more than half of their holiday shopping online. This should come as no surprise to CMOs. The year has been turned upside down by a global pandemic and economic uncertainty, but the shift towards more digital spending offers both unique challenges and opportunities for brands.
This is your chance to attract and retain new customers in global markets. Regardless of location, brands need to make sure their direct-to-consumer (D2C) channels are prepared to handle increased traffic while also optimising core operations to account for supply chain, fulfilment and other challenges unique to 2020.
With holiday season fast approaching, Digital River’s new Holiday Guide contains the vital tips and strategies for adjusting your marketing, payments, fulfilment and more. By throwing out the playbooks of years past and embracing a new approach to your D2C channel, your brand can position itself for a successful holiday 2020 – and beyond.
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