Bazaarvoice's Profile

Bazaarvoice

Bazaarvoice connects brands and retailers to consumers, so that every shopping experience feels personal.

From search and discovery to purchase and advocacy, Bazaarvoice's solutions reach in-market shoppers, personalise their experiences, and give them the confidence to buy. Each month in the Bazaarvoice Network, more than 900 million consumers view and share authentic content including reviews, questions and answers, and social photos across 5,700 brand and retail websites. Across the network, Bazaarvoice captures 1.8 billion shopper signals monthly - data that powers high-efficiency digital advertising and personalisation with unmatched relevance.

Founded in 2005, Bazaarvoice is headquartered in Austin, Texas with offices in North America, Europe, and Australia.

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The State of Social Commerce

The State of Social Commerce

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Building your Review Collection Strategy

Building your Review Collection Strategy

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How to have a Successful Holiday Season

How to have a Successful Holiday Season

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How to Maximize Consumer Insights to Build the Ultimate Shopping Experience

How to Maximize Consumer Insights to Build the Ultimate Shopping Experience

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Bazaarvoice's Events

Consumer Electronics Industry Panel
29 October 2020

Consumer Electronics Industry Panel

The Consumer Electronics industry is undergoing tumultuous change. Although in store sales were decimated by lockdown restrictions in the first half of 2020, online shopping was boosted as consumers looked to trusted brands and retailers for entertainment, remote working tools and domestic gadgets.

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Health & Beauty Industry Panel
27 October 2020

Health & Beauty Industry Panel

For the Health & Beauty industry, the rules of customer engagement are changing rapidly. In-store purchases have traditionally been the major component of sales – but physical shopping was decimated by the outbreak of coronavirus and subsequent lockdowns.

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