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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
With the holiday season quickly approaching, it is more important than ever to get your site holiday ready. In this infographic by Guidance you will learn about the state of ecommerce, the evolution of mcommerce, and best practices for site optimization.
Based on industry-wide consumer confidence data points, analyst forecasts and proprietary numbers, the Couch Commerce Index is calculated using indicators of tablet commerce, specifically measuring change in overall economic consumer confidence, growth in tablet penetration, and change in shopper engagement and conversion rates.
For ages, people have asked peers they trust for recommendations on products and services. Today, whether it
We might be in an age where everyone has a Facebook, Twitter and an Internet connection, but that doesn’t mean we should disregard offline marketing. New research that has been visualized by Infosys show some interesting correlations that have been made regarding the relationship between online and offline marketing.
ReadyPulse measures audience behavior within brand social pages. The firm chose 20 retailers attending the Shop.org Summit in Denver Sept. 10 to Sept. 12 based on the size of the ecosystem (number of Facebook page fans), the engagement rate (how many fans interact with either the brand or with each other), how much content is posted by the fans (user generated content) and finally the number of social testimonials (positive brand expressions in all mediums such as photo, video, and text). Here’s the infographic with the results.