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BizReport : July 1, 2013 Archive

July 1, 2013 Archive

Internet | July 01, 2013

New Google feature inserts satisfaction surveys into websites

Want to know if your website visitors are satisfied with the quality of their experience? A new feature from Google, easily implemented with just a few lines of code, can tell you. >>

Search Marketing | July 01, 2013

Google mobile search algorithm change puts rankings at risk

The majority of Fortune 100 companies could lose search visibility among users of mobile devices in light of Google's impending algorithm changes, according to a new risk assessment by mobile consulting and technology firm Pure Oxygen Labs. >>

Mobile Marketing | July 01, 2013

Stores must embrace, not ignore, showrooming behavior

Showrooming is here to stay. Retailers who stick their heads in the sand stand to lose out to competitors, such as Amazon. New research from Econsultancy reveals what showroomers are doing in-store and ways in which retailers can combat the behavior. >>

Ecommerce | July 01, 2013

Reports: Shoppers buying more and more often online

More and more people are starting up their own businesses, hoping to cash in on the expanse of the Internet. That according to new data out from Bigcommerce, which notes a 70% increase in new ecommerce entities between Q1 2012 and Q1 2013. >>

Ecommerce | July 01, 2013

New releases target consumers' love of couponing

The most used coupons are usually for those items found in grocery store aisles. A new app is set up to help shoppers make the most of their shopping time while one platform is stepping up their coupon end-game by offering in-depth reporting for coupon campaigns. >>

Loyalty Marketing | July 01, 2013

Releases up the loyalty factor for brands

With more options for buying comes a greater need for brands to build customer loyalty. Two loyalty hubs are pushing the loyalty factor, helping brands to connect on a deeper level with their customers. >>

Advertising | July 01, 2013

Facebook pulls advertising from controversial Pages

As of today, Facebook Pages that contain violent or sexual content will no longer be able to carry ads, according to an announcement from the social network. >>

Email Marketing | July 01, 2013

Experian identifies best days to send email offers

Experian Marketing Services has released their Global Holiday Email Study, revealing in part when marketers in different countries are emailing, the kinds of offers being used and results from those efforts. Perhaps most interesting: the best time to send an email will depend on the country where the shopper resides. >>