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Amazon, Target, and Walmart’s shopping cart abandonment rates on Black Friday were down 19% against pre-Black Friday, while Macy’s cart abandonment rate increased by 2%.
While Amazon and Walmart’s shopping cart abandonment rates on Cyber Monday were cut by 12.5% compared to post Cyber Monday, Macy’s and Target’s rates increased.
Macy’s increased abandonment rates on Cyber Monday and Black Friday indicate a contrarian weakness on the biggest shopping days of the year for retail.
Ralph Lauren dominates transactions on Zappos but lags behind its competitors on Amazon and Macy’s, which account for 98% of the total transactions. As a result, Tommy Hilfiger’s market share across marketplaces is double that of Ralph Lauren.
To remain competitive, Ralph Lauren should partner with the leading 3rd-party marketplaces as it does with Zappos.
Nike’s digital marketing campaigns influenced an additional 17% in transactions, and conversion rate experienced a lift of 18%, when sales on Amazon, Zappos, Foot Locker, and DSW were taken into account. The attribution and lift rate would increase if Nike’s entire distribution network was included.
Nike’s digital marketing campaigns are not receiving their rightful attribution on overall sales and might be worthy of additional funding.
JCPenney customers’ search behavior includes competing department store brand names, as they search for Macy’s, Dillard’s and Kohl’s 11-14x more than the general population. JCPenney could invest in a loyalty program that is more robust than JCPenney Rewards to foster customer loyalty.
JCPenney customers purchase Art Naturals cosmetic items on Amazon 11x more than the general population. JCPenney should consider a marketplace or advertising partnership with Art Naturals to capitalize on their customers’ choice of cosmetic brands.