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Deloitte polled more than 5,000 consumers on their spending habits and the survey gauges shoppers
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Cyber Monday sales nationwide hit a record $1.5 billion this year, driven by the growing number of consumers embracing a digital
Mobile purchasing for this holiday season is projected to constitute a greater percentage of online spending than ever before
The customer experience is one of the most important things a retailer needs to keep in mind when it comes to the lifetime value of the customer and increasing brand visibility.
Check out this infographic from 360 Connext that can pretty much be considered a manual for things not to say to a consumer who is expressing dissatisfaction with your product.
Shoppers flocked to the internet in droves this Cyber Monday making it the biggest holiday spending day in history with sales growing 30.3% over last year, according to findings by IBM.
According to this infographic, based on the IBM Digital Analytics Benchmark, shopping momentum hit its highest peak at 11:25 am EST and more than 18% of consumers used a mobile device to visit a retailer’s site, an increase of more than 70 percent over 2011. Mobile sales reached close to 13 percent, an increase of more than 96 percent over 2011.
The IBM Digital Analytics Benchmark tracked online holiday retail sales throughout Thanksgiving and Black Friday. Below, find an infographic which highlights the latest trends as of 12 a.m. PST.
We know the potential of social media to drive brand awareness, but are B2B merchants using social media to drive demand generation as well? This infographic from Eloqua digs deep into how B2B merchants use social media to promote, engage and sell.
With Cyber Monday just days away, it is even more important now to get a handle on the predicted trends of shoppers. RadiumOne created this infographic about the online social sharing and holiday shopping trends on Cyber Monday which includes that a majority of Americans will be avoiding the in-store chaos this year, with 57% planning to complete their holiday shopping online.
This week celebrates two big events: Thanksgiving and Black Friday. Which means that retailers are offering extended hours, opening as early as 8pm on Thanksgiving evening. Here