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BizReport : June 12, 2012 Archive

June 12, 2012 Archive

Ecommerce | June 12, 2012

Most online retailers believe ecommerce will continue growing

As nearly every online retailer in the business and they'll say ecommerce is here to stay. According to new data from Vendio 84% of online retailers are 'optimistic' about ecommerce growth; in fact only one-third of those surveyed said they planned to add a physical store location to their retail mix. >>

Internet | June 12, 2012

Dual channel donors most valuable to non-profits

The Internet has provided fundraisers with new opportunities to engage with donors and boost donations. New research from non-profit constituent engagement solutions provider, Convio, reveals that those who donate on- and offline are the most valuable. >>

Mobile Marketing | June 12, 2012

3 in 4 mobile web surfers pay attention to ads

Mobile ads are grabbing the attention of consumers, according to a new survey by Prosper Mobile Insights. Almost three-quarters of respondents said they pay full attention to ads while surfing the mobile web. >>

Advertising | June 12, 2012

Internet ad revenues hit new high

The Internet continues to attract advertisers and, according to the Interactive Advertising Bureau's latest data, first quarter Internet ad revenue has reached a record high. >>

Ecommerce | June 12, 2012

Ecommerce trending up finds report

New data out from Alibaba credits the Queen's Jubilee and the little show called Downton Abbey for re-energizing global ecommerce. Not that ecommerce was lagging pre-trends, but Alibaba has noticed a surge in global searches for all things British over the past few weeks - these trends could help push online retailers to the next level. >>

Advertising | June 12, 2012

Report: Multi-Screeners engage with brands everywhere

When it comes to the television screen, the computer screen and the mobile screens those engaged with brands are looking for them in multiple locations. That, according to new data from comScore and the Coalition for Innovative Media Measurement (CIMM). Their report shows that television/cable is still the biggest engager (90%) but that 25% are now engaging with brands via computer/online and 12% are engaging with brands through online video. >>