In addition to the Saks Video Catalog, many retailers are using social technology, community, and RSS feeds in interesting ways. Many in our catalog audience are looking for new ways to have a relationship with customers. Let's review a small sample of brands using social technology in one way or another.
Urban Outfitters has an interesting site that features articles, videos, an RSS feed and a MySpace page.
Neiman Marcus communicates fashion via their InSite Blog.
Ice.com's Just Ask Leslie Blog combines customer questions and short features.
eBags uses bookmarks to tag items you are interested in.
Mac Cosmetics, a $274 million division of Estee Lauder, has customers who are literally inventing products for the brand, sharing the ideas on YouTube. Their product development folks should take a peek at this! My wife found the video when searching for ideas on how to store Mac products. Take a peek at YouTube to see how other folks are doing marketing and product demonstrations for you ... heck, this young lady has almost 14,000 views.
Nordstrom has a MySpace page for their BP division.
Paperspine, an online book rental brand, hosts a blog about books.
Zappos is using Twitter to allow folks to communicate about the venerable online shoe brand.
Patagonia hosts The Cleanest Line, a blog for employees, friends, and customers.
Overstock.com offers a diverse array of community-based options.
Crutchfield has a community section on their website.
Burpee Seeds features their RSS feed on the homepage.
Hallmark has an interesting blog for their Shoebox division.
Here's the Shutterfly community.
Use the comments section to share other ways that retailers are using social technology, community and RSS feeds to partner with consumers.
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