Essence magazine has a new “Beauty Matchmaker” tool which helps women find foundations, lipsticks and eye shadows that complement their individual skin tones and color preferences, according to Mashable.com. Women … Continue Reading →
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.
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.
Online shoppers are finding more and more ways to shop than ever before. They are using smartphones, tablets, traditional PCs, and most often, a combination of the three. This modern shopper is ready to buy whenever and wherever they chose, even if it means while at work. In this infographic from Monetate, the ecommerce personalization company, you will see the various trends of this shopper including the days and times of the week they shop, and the types of devices they use to make online purchases.
Social Q & A connects shoppers to past customers through questions and answers. So how does it work? Products are for sale on an ecommerce site, according to this infographic by TurnToNetworks.com. Shoppers submit questions about the product. The questions are e-mailed to a selection of past customers who actually bought the product. Those customers return to the store site to answer the shopper questions. Answers are added to the product page and emailed to the shopper.