The question remains whether social sharing drives sales for ecommerce sites, Addshoppers analyzed $5,000,000 worth of ecommerce transactions influenced by the AddShoppers social commerce platform, this infographic by Addshoppers shows insights from thousands of merchants ranging from mom and pop to household brands.
High-end fashion brand Chanel ranked highest on Pinterest on a list of top 10 high-end brands that were ranked across the board on social according to this infogprahic by Curalate and Pivotal Labs. Shoemakers Christian Louboutin and Jimmy Choo were part of the top three.
Mobile devices are becoming to new accessory for consumers. It’s where they can find locations of stores, download coupons, and, unfortunately, compare prices while shopping in a traditional brick-and-mortar store.
It is expected that by 2015, mobile internet usage will surpass desktop internet usage. Yesmail Interactive created this infographic displaying how mobile have impacted consumer shopping patterns and the interaction between brands and social media.
Shoppers want a site to be highly optimized, they want shipping to be fast, and now they want immediate interaction with the contact center. This is why it is more important than ever for your site to offer live chat.
Government deficits, payroll, tax increases and internet sales tax legislations are among retailers top reglatory worries, according to this infographic by BDO, a U.S. professional services firsm providing assurance, tax, financial advisory and consulting services to a wide range of publically traded and privately held companies.
U.S. mobile commerce in retail sales are expected to account for 24% of total ecommerce sales by 2015, according to an infographic by Invesp Consulting. The infographic projected growth for 2013 and beyond.
brand followers are not just about using social media to gain coupons or deals from retailers, it’s the place to be heard. This infographic touches on the many ways retailers can use social media for customer service and how that can turn your company from “good” to “great.”