MULTICHANNEL MERCHANT » INFOGRAPHICS
Last week, Google released its “disappointing” Q3 earnings (up 5% from Q2 and up 16% year-on-year.) To shed some light on how Google’s advertising revenues reached a whopping $10.8 billion in Q3, WordStream has undertaken a comprehensive analysis of the performance of Google AdWords during the quarter. The growth in ad impressions, combined with lower costs per click, means that advertisers are now literally able to get more customers for less spend, concludes WordStream’s CTO and founder, Larry Kim.
Litle & Co., a payment processing company for consumer-direct brands, today released the results of an independent consumer survey to determine payments trends this holiday shopping season. The research found that while 60% of respondents owned a tablet or smartphone, only one in four have shopped via their mobile devices. Of those who do, the bullseye price point is $20-$100 which accounted for 63% of those purchases.
This infographic from Monetate illustrates how SoLoMo is impacting ecommerce, and how consumers are using their smartphones to access social and local sites that influence purchases. The infographic also touches on the showrooming effect and gives retailers a guide to making the most out of the SoLoMo opportunity.
The holiday shopping season is right around the corner and understanding the importance of mobile ecommerce is critical. Take a look at this infographic created by Shopify, which shows the expected mcommerce trends that will occur over this holiday season.
When it comes to the social media patterns of business-to-business customers, it’s hard to understand who is using what and why. Take a look at this infographic from the eCreative Internet Marketing Blog to get a better insight on you customers social behavior.
What do your customers want in return of a Facebook “Like?” Well, for one, they don;t want a slap in the face. Check out this comic from PostRocket.
Besides creating interesting, relevant and timely content on their site, business-to-business bloggers need to pay special attention to this infographic from Eloquoa which points out some of the main mechanics that go into creating that perfect b-to-b blog post.
With more and more retail operations moving online, it’s becoming increasingly important for retailers to get a grasp on the idea of “big data.” In the field of information technology, big data is the term used to describe the massive collection of data sets — in the case of retail this data is all about the customer and potential customer.
Twice every year, the organizers of the eTail conference survey over 100 C-level executives from leading retailer brands in order to uncover their technology spending habits. Check out the infographic to see where the majority of retailers in 2013 will be focusing their spends!
Strategies for social engagement appear to vary greatly from retailer to retailer