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Nordstrom launches Livestream Shopping with Burberry event

Nordstrom Inc. announced the launch of its “Livestream Shopping” channel on Wednesday, with a Burberry styling event kicking things off on March 18. Nordstrom says Livestream Shopping will blend its in-person and virtual capabilities, as well as its expertise in a variety of categories, from fashion to beauty and home. Customers can interact with

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Cheez-It offering ‘Spring Break-In-A-Box’ experience with hot tub, DJ

With many Americans avoiding spring break travel because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Cheez-It wants to deliver a spring break experience directly to someone’s door for a new promotion. Earlier this week, Cheez-It launched its “Cheez-It Grooves Spring Break-In-A-Box” sweepstakes, which promises to deliver “all the benefits a spring break vacation provides” to the winner. Click here to

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Mashable launches shoppable virtual home featuring Walmart products

Walmart, other retailers, as well as tech companies, continue to heavily invest in seamless ways to incorporate shoppable content in different channels. Instagram recently launched “Shopping in Reels” in December, which allows users to purchase products tagged within the Reels. Click here to read the story at marketing Discusson Questions: What

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Ikea Created an Augmented Reality ‘Escape Room’ on Snapchat

Ikea is turning decluttering into a game with a new augmented reality“escape room” on Snapchat that tasks users with organizing items with the furniture giant’s products. The entire experience takes place in a miniature model of a bedroom that can be superimposed on a tabletop, floor or other flat surface through a

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P&G’s Old Spice to open first barbershop, doubling as content studio

P&G’s plan to open a barbershop inspired by Old Spice is a way to directly engage consumers with the men’s grooming brand, while also marking a return of experiential marketing efforts that had been suspended during the pandemic’s earlier days. Many barbershops closed temporarily last year amid concerns about the transmission of

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Best of Marketing Tweets 2020

Scrapped shoots, delayed launches, ever-shifting budgets, Zoom this, Zoom that. These challenges have really pushed marketers creatively, leading to some incredible work on Twitter. From epic watch parties to crucial campaign pivots, marketers brought all the feels and really got to the heart of what Twitter’s all about – connecting

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