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Jet wants to woo you away from Amazon — by being your best shopping buddy
The much talked-about ecommerce site, Jet , is launching its Costco-for-the-Web marketplace today to the general public.
For $50 annually, Jet delivers cut-rate deals on everything from toilet paper and groceries to dresses and televisions. The company is hoping it can lure in a vast customer base by undercutting the competition on price. But as Jet chief marketing officer Liza Landsman explained earlier this year at VentureBeat’s GrowthBeat Summit , Jet’s strategy isn’t just about penny-pinching. It’s also about creating a more personalized experience for shoppers.
When Jet first launched to a small number of beta testers through the Jet Insiders program, its customer relations team sent out handwritten notes to customers after they made their first purchase. Since then, Jet reps have been encouraged to handwrite at least one note to a person they’ve interacted with during the day.
Landsman calls this “small touches,” and they’re integral to how Jet thinks it will be able to draw in the masses. In order for Jet’s business model to work, it needs to sell $20 billion worth of merchandise annually. Jet cofounder Marc Lore thinks the company will hit that mark in the next five years, according to a Wall Street Journal article . To put that in perspective, Amazon was generating a little more than $19 billion in sales annually in its first five years.
Much like Amazon, Jet is dead focused on bringing its customers value and developing a loyal following. The use of the word “loyal” is perhaps a bit understated for what Jet is trying to do — Jet wants a cult following. Take, for example, the Insiders program it launched ahead of its wider release. Jet offered early adopters a chance to win shares of company stock by signing up as many people as they could. The leading Jet Insider landed 100,000 shares; 10 others got 10,000 shares a piece. Though only a small number of Insiders won, the promotion could have a...Source: VentureBeat
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Jet wants to woo you away from Amazon -- by being your best shopping buddy ...07/21/15 ,via VentureBeat
For $50 annually, Jet delivers cut-rate deals on everything from toilet paper and groceries to dresses and televisions. Jet cofounder Marc Lore thinks the company will hit that mark in the next five years, according to a Wall Street Journal article
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As I See It: Anchor It to save lives07/01/15 ,via Worcester Telegram
CRT televisions should only be placed on furniture designed to hold a television, and should be anchored to the wall or the TV stand. • Remove items that might tempt kids to climb, such as toys and remote controls, from the top of the TV and furniture.
Unsecured TVs pose danger for children07/14/15 ,via WRAL.com
"Make sure that the stand or furniture is sturdy and appropriate for the size and weight of the TV, and place the set as far back as you can on the stand," Willcox said. Anchor the TV to the furniture as well. If the furniture could tip over, attach it
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Rock 'n roll has never received proper credit for one momentous historical event — the tearing down of the Berlin Wall. Now, Newsmax TV presents, "Rockin' the Wall," a fascinating look at how the top rockers of the 60s, 70s and 80s injected the spirit of ...
From “WSJ Live” to “WSJ Video”: Publishers step away from dreams of live TV-style broadcasting online07/21/15 ,via Nieman Journalism Lab
For The Wall Street Journal, it was just a change in an icon — but it signifies a larger shift in video strategy. Last month, eagle-eyed Apple TV users might have noticed a subtle change to their Journal app. Its icon, which for years had been the grey-a ...
TV console for 75" wall mounted TV07/17/15 ,via houzz.com
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Ian Ziering and Tara Reid on ‘Sharknado 3’: ‘All Hell Breaks Loose’07/22/15 ,via The Wall Street Journal
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