Tag: shopping

Big Data, Platforms & Software

Top 7 Tips To Make Your WordPress Site Fast & Secure

December 9, 2021

Via: Search Engine Journal

Ready to build your first website? Are you shopping for affordable WordPress web hosting? There are multiple types of web hosting solutions to choose from: shared hosting, dedicated hosting, cloud hosting, and VPS hosting, to name a few. If you […]

Marketing Technologies, Mobile Marketing

What does Google’s infinite scroll on mobile mean for advertisers?

October 15, 2021

Via: Search Engine Land

Google announced that mobile users will now have continuous scroll in search results. This means that instead of coming upon a “See More” button after about ten results, searchers will be able to continue scrolling through approximately four pages of […]

Marketing Technologies, Other Technologies

Clip or click? How the pandemic has changed the print vs. digital coupon debate

March 15, 2021

Via: Marketing Dive

Like so many other daily realities disrupted by the pandemic, the moment when a cashier hands back a receipt plus a printed coupon for money off a later purchase has lost relevance in the past year amid a broad shift […]

Marketing Technologies, Other Technologies

Speak Up: How Voice Search is Changing Shopping Behavior

July 2, 2019

Via: Chief Marketer

Voice search is becoming a convenience many consumers rely on, but the results served up isn’t really impartial. All the leading smart speakers serve up biased search results and pre-filtered shopping recommendations. Artificial intelligence isn’t independently intelligent, it’s programmed, with […]

Editorial, Mobile Marketing

7 reasons customers love (and businesses need) dedicated apps

March 24, 2017

Via: James Hughes

Having dedicated apps just for your business or brand is a must, and we will try to sum up seven of the most important reasons. The vast majority of businesses are already accustomed to the idea that the digital environment […]

Digital Media & Mobile, Media

M-Commerce Soars; Shoppers Find Fun In Thinning Crowds

November 28, 2016

Via: Media Post

Black Friday ushered in a new era in holiday shopping, in what looks to be a win-win-win: Slightly smaller-than-usual crowds still packed the malls. E-commerce sales rose sharply. And mobile had its breakout moment, with m-commerce shattering expectations. While physical […]

Digital Media & Mobile, Media

70% Of Those Who Bought In A Store, Checked Mobile First

September 14, 2016

Via: Media Post

The simple shopping habits before smartphones typically involved a lot of searching at home and shopping in stores. A consumer could have been searching online or browsing through newspaper ads before heading to a store or mall. Those were essentially […]

Digital Media & Mobile, Media

How Mobile Has Reshaped Shopper Marketing Campaigns

August 9, 2016

Via: Media Post

The Association of National Advertisers and GfK have some new research out showing just how important mobile has become to shopper marketing campaigns. Specifically, shopper marketing has progressed from only driving short-term sales to motivating shopper behavior more broadly, the […]

Industries, Retail

A Heads-Up On Holiday Retailing Strategies

August 5, 2016

Via: Media Post

Former strategy and innovation executive, Kim Garretson, shares data from a frequent shoppers study by e-tailing on consumer holiday shopping behaviors in 2015, alerting retailers to consumer responses in planning for the upcoming season. Last Fall, says Kim, MyAlerts and […]

Digital Media & Mobile, Media

Women’s Purchasing Influenced By Social Media

July 19, 2016

Via: Media Post

Particularly among women, social media has become a major influence on consumers’ shopping habits, new research finds. Indeed, 81% of female consumers say they frequently buy items they’ve seen shared on social media, according to new findings from social consultancy […]


For Peapod, online grocery is becoming a mobile business

March 10, 2016

Via: Digiday

Online grocery delivery company Peapod has been around, almost shockingly, for 30 years. One of the Internet’s first startups, it has survived by adapting and innovating. It has paid off: This year the company will see half of all orders coming […]