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Looking at Daily Reach and Daily Attention for the last three months we can see that Nordstrom.com did see a spike when the sale launched, but there was not a sustained lift in traffic after the initial launch.
Looking further at search referrals we can see that search referrals saw a slight spike during the sale but have not been maintained since.
What does this mean for Nordstrom.com? Is Nordstrom paying enough attention to their online shoppers? Are they creating enough interest among their shoppers to actually make a purchase online or in a brick and mortar store?
Without a strong e-commerce strategy, Nordstrom will be neglecting their consumers where they are considering a purchase.
Moving forward, Nordstrom could consider a bigger push online during the sales period with emails and more online advertising.
Alyssa is on the Inside Sales team here at Millward Brown Digital, working within the Financial Services and Technology & Entertainment industries delivering digital intelligence that helps clients improve their marketing based on the online behavior of millions of consumers. Find Alyssa on Twitter at @alyssamaine or connect with her on Linkedin.