James O’Flaherty April 18, 2021 Large global events tend to accelerate developing societal norms. In our case, the pandemic accelerated the norm of remote work. It did so in a jarring manner that required rapid adjustment, creativity, and leadership. However, in many cases, the adjustment to a virtual work environment was not meant to be … Continue reading Returning to the Office Like It’s 2019?
Holiday Shoppers Are Spending More Or The Same As In 2019: Study by Ray Schultz , November 9, 2020 Shoppers are looking for personalized suggestions, according to 2020 Holiday Season: Navigating Shopping Behaviors In The Pandemic, a global study by McKinsey. Of the consumers polled worldwide, 26% will rely on personalized campaigns to research their … Continue reading Holiday Shoppers Are Spending More Or The Same As In 2019: Study
Emily Carroll October 8, 2020 As with most events and gatherings in 2020, Black Friday shopping is predicted to look a little different this year. A recent survey was conducted with 2,000 U.S. consumers to compare changes from the 2019 holiday shopping season to 2020. These findings can help eCommerce and brick and mortar stores … Continue reading Black Friday 2020: eCommerce Sites Can Expect a 28% Increase in Online Shopping from 2019
Walmart brought in more online revenue than eBay in May for the fist time. Greg Sterling on June 15, 2020 Despite the reopening of physical retail stores, double-digit commerce gains appear permanent. Adobe’s latest Digital Economy Index report, reflecting online buying in April and May, found digital shopping activity exceeded holiday 2019 by 7%, and … Continue reading May e-commerce exceeds holiday 2019, setting up the battle of the marketplaces
This year,the company says it has removed “tens of millions” of COVID-19 related ads. Ginny Marvin on April 30, 2020 Last year, Google says it took down 2.7 billion so-called bad ads for violating the company’s ad policies, according to its annual report released Thursday. That’s up from the 2.3 billion bad ads Google reported … Continue reading Google removed 2.7 billion bad ads, nearly 1 million ad accounts in 2019
Jeffrey McNeal — February 10, 2020 While we are already in the second year following the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, there are a couple and changes to be aware of when filing taxes this year. A comprehensive list of these updates can be found on the IRS website, however, below is a list of … Continue reading 7 Things to Know for Tax Year 2019
Michael Kelly — February 2, 2020 Clear Review has recently published its “UK Performance Management Report” for 2019 and it provides interesting reading for anyone looking to stay up to date on current thinking around performance management. The research is a survey of HR leaders, managers and employees which explores attitudes to and adoption of … Continue reading What Can We Learn From the 2019 UK Performance Management Report?
Dan Fries — January 3, 2020 The marketing press is full of stories about how we can make marketing more effective in 2020. In most cases, these articles are full of oft-repeated advice: the importance of email marketing, why SEO is important for your business, and how to store your customer data safely. In this … Continue reading 5 Things To Avoid in 2020 From Looking at Online Marketing in 2019
What Psssst You Off In 2019 by Richard Whitman , Columnist, December 31, 2019 Here I sit, on the last day of the year, the industry still on its one-to-two week year-end hiatus, wondering what to fill this column with. Then, like a bolt from the blue, it struck me. Why not a review of … Continue reading What Psssst You Off In 2019
Bonnie Harris — December 26, 2019 Follow @waxmarketing Instagram has nearly 1 billion active users around the world. Like other social media platforms, Instagram is full of features to entertain and engage users. The modern social media channel reveals Instagram updates frequently, and keeping up with social media changes is a challenge. So lets us … Continue reading 12 Instagram Updates You Need to Know Before 2019 Ends