According to the BabyCenter report on Mobile Influence on Moms' Path to Purchase, Mobile devices are increasing their role in moms' lives when it comes to shopping, especially with regard to purchasing new products.
According to the 2014 Publishers Survey Report from Lyris, engaging audiences with targeted and personalized email content is proven to create new revenue opportunities for publishers, but many are still struggling with even the basics of email marketing and digital messaging.
According to a recent study by HookLogic, the colossal volume of internet content and great depth of content on individual sites has led consumers to rely on powerful search tools and guided navigation.
According to eTail interviews of some of e-commerce industry's marketing leaders about the future of digital marketing and leveraging new technologies to enhance online and omnichannel shopping experiences, the leading retailers see Mobile as the single most important channel of the next 3 to 5 years.
According to a new poll conducted by Ipsos Public Affairs on behalf of Offers.com, 60% of U.S. adults set a budget on their holiday gift shopping, while 40% do not. However, they are more evenly divided when it comes to making holiday gift lists, with 53% saying that they do so.
A new Ipsos global survey shows how wrong the public in fourteen countries is about the scale of the basic make-up of their populations. The overall perceptions of their country on these measures, versus the realities, just don't add up.
Year after year, email outperforms other marketing channels. According to the Direct Marketing Association's 2013 Statistical Fact Book, email campaigns had a staggering 4,300% ROI and earned $42.08 for every dollar spent on them!
According to new research by Harbinger Communications, women are more likely to purchase brands that share their personal values, aspirations and interests, and that these may vary by lifestage.
61% of marketers surveyed reveal they have deployed some form of mobile engagement. And, 54% of respondents say the mobile channel has become critical to customer interaction, retention and brand differentiation.
According to the Nielsen second-quarter 2014 Cross-Platform report, U.S. adults spent an average of 43 hours and 31 minutes per month connecting with content through an app or mobile web browser, up from 33 hours and 48 minutes per month in the same quarter in 2013.