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At IRX 2014 / “The importance of building a strategic roadmap for crosschannel personalisation”

by on March 22, 2014

What’s the first step towards achieving crosschannel personalisation?

Chloe Rigby writes ... Jane Dixon of RichRelevance @richrelevance which specialises in developing personalised shopping experiences across channels, will be speaking at next week’s Internet Retailing Expo 2014 (IRX 2014).@etailexpo


Q: Who is the sexy girl in the Target “Ladder” commercial? A: Nina Daniele

by on January 18, 2013

Watch the video

Nina is a fashion model, that is represented by The Lions Agency of New York. This is her model agency profile page.There are more pictures of her.

Do Target's New Ads Misogynistically Objectify Women?


Q: Who is that hot ad girl in the Target “Super Heroes” Christmas commercial? A: Amanda Sudano

by on December 19, 2012

Amanda is a singer/model.

She is also the daughter of famous singer, Donna Summer. She sings for the musical duo, Johnnyswim. Check out herWiki page.  Here is Amanda’s model portfolio.

This is an interview she did for Johnnyswim.


Watch and shop – eCommerce on a truly interactive level

by on September 28, 2012

Target creates a new shopping experience for the fall season using product placement, celebs and video. See how Kristen Bell, Zachary Abel, and Nia Long promote eCommerce on a truly interactive level:


What does Tesco know about ebooks that the boys over the water don’t?

by on September 13, 2012

We at theMarketingblog were particularly interested in this 'fresh' story from the US. These guys are puzzled about the fact that two of the largest retailers on the planet decided to sit ebooks out? More to the point they ask why then is Tesco getting involved.

News has broken that Tesco has acquired Mobcast .

We want our customers to have the widest choice in digital entertainment. We are already one of the UK’s largest booksellers and Mobcast will help us offer even more choice for the large and growing number of customers who want to buy and enjoy books on their digital devices whenever and wherever they want. - Michael Comish, CEO Tesco Digital Entertainment