2. Yes, it has an omnichannel presence. Not only does it use the strategy above, but also has it its own Facebook page and twitter. Coach.com uses these to update the latest brand news like the introduction of the new collection and also match advice. For example, during every beginning of a new month, the top 3 in-store best-selling styles over the last month will be posted on the Facebook to give an idea about the trend right now and make it easier to choose items online. This builds a bridge between store and website with virtually offering more physical experience.
3. Coach.com also launches ads on the social media platform. The most common content is putting some items similar to the viewed by one to cause resonance. While people are checking the Facebook or twitter, an item they had checked before may cause them think twice. This instant commercial communication works well in digital media with the use of stimulus into people’s sub-consciousness. Often the latest sale event is posted online which is retail strategy to more efficiently promote the event.
4. The main part promoted by the platform is the products. However, the page layout gives the same idea of the coach store which emphasizes on the simplicity.
5. The audiences spontaneously…