Despite the popularity of digital media where information is widely available, television is still the dominant channel for Americans to consume news
Episerver’s “Reimagining Commerce” report unveils consumer shopping behaviors, expectations for brands
Part II of BarkBox’s Dog Parent Study reveals how dog-obsessed America behaves online
Engaging Gen X, Y and Z reveals key learnings to help marketers connect with different generations more effectively across traditional and digital channels
Lackluster attitudes toward Black Friday remain the same; shoppers experimenting with new and different retailer
Contrary to popular belief, men lead the way when it comes to shopping … online shopping, that is
Restaurants and bars top the list of businesses where players have seen promotions, with Facebook as the dominating medium to deliver Pokemon-themed promotions
Two Thirds (66%) of People in Europe With a Mobile Device Shopped Online in the Last Year – up From 58% the Year Before
As the UK retail sector faces up to a tough new post-Brexit landscape, retailers must stay ahead of the factors influencing fast-changing consumer behaviour.
80% of the British consumer public refuses to buy from websites that do not list their prices in British Pounds
The biggest mistake that consumers make when shopping online is assuming they already know where to find what they want at the cheapest price
46 per cent of people would sacrifice their gym membership rather than their internet connection
Nielsen’s Video Ad Explorer Delivers Unparalleled Consumer Insights, Predictive of In-Market Sales Behavior in Collaborative Study with CBS, Nielsen Consumer Neuroscience and Nielsen Catalina Solutions
More than ever before, consumers are turning to their digital devices to help make dining out decisions easier
The latest research from MarkMonitor® reveals that 68% of consumers globally now exclusively book their travel online.
Nearly two thirds of UK adults rely on ‘auto-fill’ to complete the login process for some or all websites and a third login automatically AND store their bank card details to shopping sites such as eBay and Amazon – making them vulnerable to substantial financial losses. That’s according to a survey conducted by antimalware and […]
Most shopping in Christmas 2015 was done physically. Thirty-two percent of shoppers utilized click and collect.
Millennials are 70 percent more likely than boomers to strongly believe that “brands are not using the most relevant technology to interact with me,”
51% of Apple Pay users are extremely satisfied, compared to 32% of contactless card users who said the same
A new survey by eBay Enterprise and CFI Group reveals that consumers desire multiple ordering and more shipping options