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3 New Game-Changing Ways to Leverage Inventory Information (VIDEO)


In this session, Kevin Martin of eBridge will educate merchants on new approaches to inventory management and use of inventory information.
• Inventory Driven Search
- Pause ads for items that become out of stock
- Dynamics ads that change based on price changes, promotions, etc.
• Tapping Into the Mobile Phenomenon
- Automatic mobile alerts of price changes and offers
- Ability to request alerts for re-stocking of specific items
• Back Office Integration
- Eliminates manual re-keying of data (reducing time and errors)
- Automatically keeps storefront current with up-to-date inventory levels
- 10 orders or 10,000 orders per month – volume is no concern

Speaker bio: Kevin is the Marketing Coordinator at eBridge and manages the company website, blog, and social media outlets. He is constantly uncovering new and innovative ways to communicate the benefits of integration-as-a-service to online merchants and business owners. In his spare time, Kevin enjoys hiking, snowboarding, and trips to the theatre.

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Posted in Product Management, Webinars | 1 Comment

One Response to 3 New Game-Changing Ways to Leverage Inventory Information (VIDEO)

  1. Hello,

    Nice and thought provoking for someone who is tentatively testing the waters of E-commerce. Wanted to ask you a couple of questions:
    - Dynamic Ads – How does one generate them? Which are the best tools/solutions available for it?
    - User search and Ads data mining – How to store and mine them?
    - Meta tags and Keywords – Kevin was talking about some solutions that automate generation of these from the product attributes – what are those solutions?

    Hoping to hearing form you..
    Thanks for putting up the Webinar, it was certainly useful.

    Warm regards, Kiran

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