•   
  •   

Entertainment Lights, camera, sell: Retailers want you to watch and shop

19:05  25 november  2020
19:05  25 november  2020 Source:   msn.com

Doctor Who lost serial 'The Faceless Ones' on sale now

  Doctor Who lost serial 'The Faceless Ones' on sale now A classic Patrick Troughton adventure.Doctor Who fans now have a chance to relive one of The Doctor's adventures long assumed to be lost to the sands of time.

What can retailers do about the rising trend of people browsing in shops , checking their smartphone and buying cheaper online? Retailer -turned-author Bill Grimsey, former chief executive of Wickes and Iceland, agrees. He believes the future lies in purpose-built showrooms in major shopping centres.

Shop Target online and in-store for everything from groceries and essentials to clothing and electronics. Choose contactless pickup or delivery today.

NEW YORK (AP) — When Jenna Powell gets in front of a camera, she can sell $10,000 worth of sparkly dresses and tie-dye hoodies in 40 minutes.

This Nov. 2020 photo  shows Jenna Powell live on Facebook.  With her three Alabama boutiques closed because of the pandemic, Powell found another way to sell animal print tops and tie-dye hoodies: become an amateur home shopping network host.  Almost daily around noon, Powell, or one of her employees, turns on an iPhone, looks into the camera and broadcasts to 400 people watching live on Facebook or her store’s app. They put on clothing, spin for the camera and try to get viewers to buy.   (Jenna Powell via AP) © Provided by Associated Press This Nov. 2020 photo shows Jenna Powell live on Facebook. With her three Alabama boutiques closed because of the pandemic, Powell found another way to sell animal print tops and tie-dye hoodies: become an amateur home shopping network host. Almost daily around noon, Powell, or one of her employees, turns on an iPhone, looks into the camera and broadcasts to 400 people watching live on Facebook or her store’s app. They put on clothing, spin for the camera and try to get viewers to buy. (Jenna Powell via AP)

Powell, whose three Jennaration shops in Alabama were closed at the start of the pandemic, has put all her focus on selling through live videos, broadcasting live several times a week to 400 people who watch on Facebook or her store’s app. She puts on clothes from her shop, spins for the camera and tries to get viewers to buy.

Prue Leith says Americans "can't understand" Great British Bake Off doesn't have prize money

  Prue Leith says Americans "All their competition shows are very aggressive."Despite how well its doing across the pond, judge Prue Leith has admitted there is a part of the show that Americans struggle to get their heads around — and it's not our love of an innuendo or wonderfully bad puns in the opening skits.

If you want to turn your nail polish into a bestseller, market this trending beauty product on Instagram and Pinterest. You can bundle together resistance bands with other trending products in your store or run Google Shopping and Facebook ads to target high-intent buyers and drive immediate sales.

Start Selling Merch in 10 MINUTES (SO EASY AND FREE!) Alpha Gaming. 3 Ways to Get More Viewers on Twitch and Keep Them Watching ! Hurry and Do This! ashnichrist.

“This top is a deal for $22!,” Powell says in a recent video about a leopard print sweater she's wearing. “It’s just very, very well made, y’all!”

Livestream selling, already popular in China, is taking off in the U.S., ushering in a new way for Americans to shop online. Instead of searching for what they want, they pick up their phones, sit back, and click to buy if they like what they see.

This way of shopping is expected to ring up nearly $5 billion in sales this year, and reach $25 billion in 2023, according to retail data firm Coresight Research.

The pandemic is helping to fuel the boom. Business owners with closed stores have taken to livestreaming to sell animal print tops, heated eyelash curlers and just about anything else. They have a captive audience: Many Americans stuck at home with nowhere to go are looking for something to watch. At the same time, tech companies, including Facebook, Instagram and Amazon, have made it easy for businesses to livestream from their smartphones.

Sylvester Stallone joins the cast of The Suicide Squad

  Sylvester Stallone joins the cast of The Suicide Squad "I am a very lucky man to be surrounded by such talent!"The iconic action star, who previously worked with Gunn on Guardians of the Galaxy vol 2, will now become part of the Worlds of DC as he joins the likes of Margot Robbie, Idris Elba, Viola Davis, John Cena and Peter Capaldi and more for the new anti-hero team-up movie.

Buy & sell used cameras , lenses, gear, & other photography equipment at KEH Camera 's online store. Save up to 40% off retail price & get a 180-day warranty. We're been the best place to sell used camera equipment since 1979. Get the industry’s best resale rates, plus a bonus on the value of your

In this video I discuss how I sold my Canon T5i and Sigma 30mm 1.4 on OfferUp for around two-thirds of their current new price. Comment below if you think I

No one would confuse these videos for the more polished programing on home shopping channels QVC or HSN. Cameras fall. Sometimes the video is upside down. And the WiFi crashes. But Powell, who livestreams from Jennaration's 5,500-square-foot warehouse, says people tune in because her videos are relatable, like when her son shows up and makes faces at the camera.

“It’s real life. It’s not like looking at a Victoria’s Secret catalog. I’m a real person,” says Powell, whose livestreams helped her 7-year-old business nail its best-selling month in April, even though her stores were shut.

She plans to go live Thanksgiving night, hoping to catch the attention of bargain hunters who have to stay home after their turkey meals because Walmart, Target and other major stores won't be holding in-store doorbuster sales that night for the first time in years. “Those people still want to shop,” she says.

Doctor Who's classic 'Web of Fear' story will be completed with animated missing episode

  Doctor Who's classic 'Web of Fear' story will be completed with animated missing episode You can now pre-order the entire 'Web of Fear' serial.Doctor Who's classic 'The Web of Fear' story will finally be available for fans to watch in full, as the BBC has confirmed that a missing episode from the serial has now been animated to complete the story.

In this video, I show you why it is important to invest in your business in order to grow and expand. Scroll down below for links to the Rollo printer

As the retail world becomes increasingly omnichannel with more and more opportunities to sell in different places, Facebook Marketplace gives brands a chance to capitalize on the interactions already taking place on Facebook.

CommentSold, which makes the software that Jennaration and more than 4,000 other stores use to livestream, expects users to sell $1 billion worth of goods this year, more than triple last year. Most of the shoppers tend to be women over the age of 35, who chat with each other in the comments about which outfits they like or what they want to buy.

“It’s like going on a shopping trip together,” says CommentSold founder Brandon Kruse.

LaKesha Williamson says she watches about 30 hours of live sales a month, spending about $50 a week on tops, jewelry or smartphone chargers.

“That’s the only way I shop now,” says the 42-year-old from Calera, Alabama, who works at a domestic violence shelter.

The videos let her see how clothing fits on real people. She also likes that the hosts call out her name when she asks questions or comments on an outfit.

“It’s like having a conversation with somebody on TV," Williamson says.

Dan Hodges, CEO of retail advisory firm Consumers in Motion, thinks livestreaming will transform online shopping because it adds a human touch missing from e-commerce: a live person who can answer questions and make recommendations.

Doctor Who's Tennant and Kingston reunite in three new adventures

  Doctor Who's Tennant and Kingston reunite in three new adventures Their characters only met once on screen.Now available as a downloadable boxset or on CD, this three-hour long adventure series is titled Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor and River Song – marking the first time the pair have worked together since season four's two-parter 'Silence in the Library/The Forest of the Dead' in 2008.

He envisions a future where department stores will launch their own livestreaming channels, featuring workers from the beauty counter or the shoe department, giving shoppers tips and fashion advice without having to walk into a store.

Online shopping giant Amazon has been experimenting with livestreaming for five years, but last year it offered a free app allowing businesses that sell goods on the site to livestream from their smartphones. Shoppers can ask questions in a chat box, and the products that the hosts are talking about show up near the video, making it easy click to buy. During its two-day Prime Day sales event last month, Amazon says it aired 1,200 livestreams.

Beauty brand Chella started livestreaming on Amazon about a year ago, showing shoppers how to use its eyebrow gels, heated eyelash curlers and mascaras. The average video gets about 3,000 views, which Chella says is a big audience for a small brand.

Kayla Parks, who works at Chella and hosts the Amazon livestreams, has noticed viewers have gotten chattier during the pandemic, complementing her nail polish or asking which eyeliner color matches their hair color. She thinks its either because it's harder to speak to workers at makeup stores, or, they're just lonely.

“Maybe they want someone to talk to,” says Parks. “They don’t always feel like they’re being sold to. It’s like you’re talking to your friends.”

I'm a Celeb's Giovanna Fletcher admits she cried a lot away from the cameras .
She tried to hide her tears on TV for her kids.But while she admits she had an amazing time on the show, she says she found it difficult and cried a lot more than viewers actually saw on TV.

usr: 0
This is interesting!