Understanding Omnichannel Marketing Omni in Latin means “all.” In omnichannel marketing, the prefix represents the all-encompassing integrating shopping experience consumers encounter today. As technology usage rapidly increases, customers are approached with the “universal” shopping experience in their day-to-day lives. Omnichannel refers to the sales approach that contributes to the customers’ integrated shopping experience. It’s the way consumers engage with a brand, which reflects how the brand engages with the consumer. Every customer has a different…
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