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There’s unique, and then there’s UNEEK - the new sandal from KEEN. Using innovative two cord construction, KEEN UNEEK molds to your feet for the perfect fit. The two cords and a simple, free-moving cord junction design allow the upper to move and adapt to the shape of foot. This construction provides freedom of movement while providing security and structure. The lightweight PU midsole delivers durability and comfort while the high traction rubber outsole with razor siping ensures secure footing. Now that’s UNEEK. Two cords and a sole.
 
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Rockwell tools came to Brandlive in search of an innovative platform that would make their sales social.

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  • 1,000 questions and comments
  • 120 unique orders online and by phone
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Live Interaction Drives Conversion

White Paper: Bridging the Gap Between Physical Products and Digital Audiences

White Paper: Bridging the Gap Between Physical Products and Digital Audiences
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White Paper: Bridging the Gap Between Physical Products and Digital Audiences

Content, Conversation & Conversion: Usng Live Interactive Video to Bridge the Gap Between Physical Products and Digital Audiences
  • The benefits of combining live video + social + eCommerce
  • How to create an emotional connection with the audience
  • Includes 4 quick case studies and live video stats
White Paper: Bridging the Gap Between Physical Products and Digital Audiences

White Paper: Bridging the Gap Between Physical Products and Digital Audiences

White Paper: The Power of Live

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White Paper: The Power of Live

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White Paper: The Power of Live

White Paper: The Power of Live

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KEEN UNEEK Womens

KEEN UNEEK Womens
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KEEN UNEEK Womens

$129.00   $100.00
There’s unique, and then there’s UNEEK - the new sandal from KEEN. Using innovative two cord construction, KEEN UNEEK molds to your feet for the perfect fit. The two cords and a simple, free-moving cord junction design allow the upper to move and adapt to the shape of foot. This construction provides freedom of movement while providing security and structure. The lightweight PU midsole delivers durability and comfort while the high traction rubber outsole with razor siping ensures secure footing. Now that’s UNEEK. Two cords and a sole.
 
KEEN UNEEK Womens

KEEN UNEEK Womens

Live Interaction Drives Conversion

Live Interaction Drives Conversion
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Live Interaction Drives Conversion


Rockwell tools came to Brandlive in search of an innovative platform that would make their sales social.

With Rockwell's first event, they gathered:
  • 1,110 unique viewers
  • 1,000 questions and comments
  • 120 unique orders online and by phone
Live Interaction Drives Conversion

Live Interaction Drives Conversion

White Paper: Bridging the Gap Between Physical Products and Digital Audiences

White Paper: Bridging the Gap Between Physical Products and Digital Audiences
[+] VIEW LARGER IMAGE

White Paper: Bridging the Gap Between Physical Products and Digital Audiences

Content, Conversation & Conversion: Usng Live Interactive Video to Bridge the Gap Between Physical Products and Digital Audiences
  • The benefits of combining live video + social + eCommerce
  • How to create an emotional connection with the audience
  • Includes 4 quick case studies and live video stats
White Paper: Bridging the Gap Between Physical Products and Digital Audiences

White Paper: Bridging the Gap Between Physical Products and Digital Audiences

White Paper: The Power of Live

White Paper: The Power of Live
[+] VIEW LARGER IMAGE

White Paper: The Power of Live

The "Power of Live Interactive Video" white paper explains the reasons behind this emerging trend for brands and retailers.  It includes several case studies from brands such as GoPro, Pottery Barn, Adidas, Rockwell Tools, Cake Boss and Crock-Pot.
White Paper: The Power of Live

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Your Guide to Live Streaming Video in 2016

During this webcast, we’ll discuss what you need to know in 2016 if you plan to do a pilot test of (or expand your existing use of) branded live streaming video.

What you will learn:
  • The difference between an enterprise platform for branded live streaming video and consumer apps for live streaming video.
  • The difference between live streaming video and live interactive video.
  • Examples of what other brands are doing with live interactive video.
  • How live interactive video can be a game-changer for your Go-to-Market process.
  • What features to look for in a live video interactive platform.
  • Why custom branding and owning your audience is key.
  • Why real-time audience interaction via social is key.
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Your Guide to Live Streaming Video in 2016

During this webcast, we'll discuss what you need to know in 2016 if you plan to do a pilot test of (or expand your existing use of) branded live streaming video.

What you will learn:

* The difference between an enterprise platform for branded live streaming video and consumer apps for live streaming video.
* The difference between live streaming video and live interactive video.
* Examples of what other brands are doing with live interactive video.
* How live interactive video can be a game-changer for your Go-to-Market process.
* What features to look for in a live video interactive platform.
* Why custom branding and owning your audience is key.
* Why real-time audience interaction via social is key.

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