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Are you setting shipping and delivery expectations to make the ecommerce experience less tricky for your customers. Some customers want their products quickly while others prefer a cheaper shipping option even if it takes longer, according to a blog post by Fifth Gear.
With technology constantly changing, the way consumers find coupons online and the way they utilize creative ways to save money has changed too, according to this infographic by the Daily Infographic. The infographic shows how consumers can find coupons online through the use of email alerts, social media, mobile coupons and the use of live chat.
Google is steadily making changes to its online shopping experience for consumers. In just a few months, the search engine has made several announcements in order to compete with the likes of Amazon and its brands.
Have you found the right ecommerce platform? This infographic by Ecommerce Rules, shows nine different entrepreneurs and which ecommerce platform is right for them.
Recent studies have found that 90% of online consumers subscribe to a brand via email, according to an article on ExactTarget.com. There are four types of email content, consumers are expecting today.
In 2017, it is expected that 72% of all mobile retail sales will be done on tablets. Today, 15% of all online commerce will be conducted on mobile commerce, but that share is expected to reach 25% by 2017, according to this infographic by eMarketer.
Acquity Group’s 2013 State of B2B Procurement Study discovers 40% of corporate buyers spend at least half of their procurement budget online, but many suppliers lack the online capabilities they demand.
For direct-to-customer food merchants, the cost to ship merchandise can be rather steep. And when you add in factors such as package weight and spoilage risks, customer incentives such as free shipping is nearly impossible.
Best Buy reported a 16% jump in domestic online sales for the first quarter which ended May 4 compared to last year’s first quarter. According to president and CEO Hubert Joly, the company continues to make substantial progress with its Renew Blue priorities, according to a press release on BestBuy.com.
Amazon topped Walmart with a brand value of $45.7 billion and saw its value grow by 34% while Walmart grew by 5% to $36.2 billion in a top brand ranking, according to an article on AdAge.com. The ranking done by BrandZ Ranking, credits Amazon’s operational swiftness for its financial success.
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