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BizReport : May 19, 2010 Archive

May 19, 2010 Archive

Ecommerce | May 19, 2010

yStats: Global preferred online payment methods revealed

Across the globe consumers are using a variety of payment methods to purchase online, but do you know which consumers use what, and where? >>

Email Marketing | May 19, 2010

Travel marketers face email marketing challenges

A travel and hospitality industry survey by StrongMail has discovered plenty of room for improvement in email marketing techniques and an increased interest in integration with social media. >>

Social Marketing | May 19, 2010

Ofcom: British socnet users' privacy awareness increases

British social networkers are a lot more aware of online privacy matters than they were a couple of years ago and, according to a recent poll by Ofcom, more are locking down their social network profiles so that only family and friends are privy to their online socializing. >>

Ecommerce | May 19, 2010

Avail Intel opens to online merchants in US

Avail Intelligence has opened its behavioral merchandising platform to etailers in the United States. The platform is the largest vendor of its kind in Europe, delivering more than one billion sales to more than 100 etailers in 25 countries. Making the platform available to US merchants could help push more conversions in the still struggling US economy. >>



Research | May 19, 2010

Report: Global thinking the key to continued growth

When it comes to marketing most businesses and marketing departments are thinking - at most - on a national level. This is a solid strategy, but a recent survey of some of the biggest movers and shakers in the world shows that companies need to change that mindset to encompass a global audience for branded campaigns. >>

Ecommerce | May 19, 2010

Study: Online hubs change women's offline shopping habits

When it comes to shopping, we've all heard the myths of one woman finding a product, telling another and a wave of new consumers hopping on that product bandwagon. Turns out that myth may be closer to the truth than any of us thought, at least according to a recent iVillage and SheSpeaks study. Researchers found that about three-quarters (77%) of women are influenced to try and buy new products from other female shoppers in the online world. >>