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Nearly 70 percent of online shoppers use Amazon to compare products found on a brand’s website

A new online shopping survey from Episerver found 68 percent of consumers often compare products they find on a brand or retailer’s site to what’s on Amazon. Amy Gesenhues on April 2, 2019 A new survey from Episerver discovered 24 percent of online shoppers always compare what they find on a brand or retail website … Continue reading Nearly 70 percent of online shoppers use Amazon to compare products found on a brand’s website

Nearly 80% of consumers would end brand relationship over unauthorized data usage

SAP study reflects people are selective about what data they’ll share and why Greg Sterling on January 19, 2018   As we approach implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in Europe and brace for its repercussions in the US, privacy is on the minds of many brands and marketers. A new survey from … Continue reading Nearly 80% of consumers would end brand relationship over unauthorized data usage

5 Ways To Improve Subject Lines [An Analysis Of Nearly 27,000 Emails]

By Andrea Lehr October 25th, 2016 One of the biggest weapons content marketers have at their disposal is email. Compared to Facebook and Twitter, email is 40 times more effective at acquiring new customers, and more than 70 percent of consumers prefer to receive promotional content via email than the social networks. To be this impactful, … Continue reading 5 Ways To Improve Subject Lines [An Analysis Of Nearly 27,000 Emails]

Nearly Half Of Brands, Agencies Still Don’t Have A Mobile Strategy

by Laurie Sullivan, Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, August 1, 2016, 12:54 PM It seems shocking, but 48% of companies and 46% of agencies participating in a study from Econsultancy, in partnership with Adobe Marketing Cloud released Friday, still don’t have a mobile advertising and marketing strategy. Some 32% of companies and 43% of agencies say they have … Continue reading Nearly Half Of Brands, Agencies Still Don’t Have A Mobile Strategy

‘Click-To-Call’ Spending Estimated At Nearly $6 Billion

by Laurie Sullivan @lauriesullivan, July 27, 2016, 3:38 PM Click-to-call commerce is influencing more than $1 trillion in U.S. consumer spending, according to a report released Wednesday. The BIA/Kelsey report — Call Commerce: A $1 Trillion Economic Engine — examines mobile formats, how marketers take advantage of call commerce, and best practices to drive and track … Continue reading ‘Click-To-Call’ Spending Estimated At Nearly $6 Billion

Note to the Nearly Half of US Small Businesses Still Not Mobile Optimized: Get Crackin’

by Chris Horton April 15, 2016 Follow @chrshortonApril 15, 2016 Believe me, I get it. An inveterate slacker who tends to view any sort of change with a wary eye, I understand how difficult it can be to embrace new technologies, especially as a small business with limited resources. But we’re halfway through 2016 and … Continue reading Note to the Nearly Half of US Small Businesses Still Not Mobile Optimized: Get Crackin’

App Ad Spend On Facebook Up Nearly 300 Percent, Cost Per Install Down YoY In Q2

Kenshoo reports significant growth in app installs from Facebook ads compared to a year ago. Ginny Marvin on September 15, 2015 App developers spent 293 percent more on Facebook ads in Q2 2015 than in Q2 the prior year, and mobile app installs from Facebook ads grew by 346 percent year-over-year. That’s according to Kenshoo’s latest quarterly report … Continue reading App Ad Spend On Facebook Up Nearly 300 Percent, Cost Per Install Down YoY In Q2