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Social media continues to change the sales cycle. Social CRM should make you think proactively about how social channels present unique opportunities to have more meaningful interactions, and close more deals, according to Eloqua.com.
Alexa.com recently tested the load times of the top 2,000 trafficked ecommerce sites comparing year-over-year data on website performance.
In this infographic from ExactTarget, you will learn all about the various types of “complainers” found on Facebook and Twitter and exactly how to respond to them.
In the National Retail Federation annual Easter Spending Survey, shoppers say they will be on the prowl for deals when it comes to chocolate and springtime apparel.
Shopping online is more popular than ever with consumers. Unfortunately, based on a 2012 LexisNexis “The True Cost of Fraud Study,”
A recent study by Flurry showed that consumers’ use of various apps have increased by 132% over the course of a year.
If you are thinking about bringing your brand to China in the near future, the most effective way to engage Chinese shoppers is through mobile, according to an infographic from the Alibaba Group. The use of mobile is so high that while sales in China are predicted to hit $15.7 billion in 2013, by 2015 it will skyrocket to nearly $42 billion.
As the worldwide social media audience grows, the impact of wins and fails is amplified. Here’s a look at some of the companies who won and failed in social media in 2012.
Shopping cart abandonment is a major ecommerce concern, especially when nearly 72% of website visitors add items to their carts but never complete their purchase. In this infographic from SeeWhy, you will learn why customers buy online, why some do not, and you will walk away with key takeaways for significantly reducing the shopping cart abandonment rate within your ecommerce site.
When it comes to brand engagement, which is better Instagram or Twitter? In a February report by Simply Measured, it has been declared a toss-up depending on which social media platform you decide to use. According to this infographic from DNA, Instagram photos that are shared by brands on Twitter decrease engagement while brand activity on Facebook and Instagram increase engagement. What does that mean for retailers? It might be time to adjust your photo sharing strategy.
by George Chang
Posted 2 days ago
Posted 2 days ago