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BizReport : October 1, 2014 Archive

October 1, 2014 Archive

Mobile Marketing | October 01, 2014

Smartphone shopping up but revenue remains low

Traffic to ecommerce websites from smartphones has, according to Monetate, exceeded that of tablets for the first time. However, revenue from smartphone shoppers remains far lower than tablet shoppers. >>

Loyalty Marketing | October 01, 2014

Study dispels myth of what motivates brand advocates

There is a huge, untapped resource of brand advocates in the U.S., according to new research released by advocate-assisted commerce firm Needle, and what motivates them may surprise you. >>

Ecommerce | October 01, 2014

Survey: Product reviews influence more than half of shoppers

Now that the kids are settled in school families are turning their attention to the holiday season. According to some experts shopping for the 2015 holidays will begin as early as mid-October, and one new survey identifies three key trends that could help retailers and brands thrive. >>

Ecommerce | October 01, 2014

Consumers turning from coupon clipping to coupon clicking

Consumers are increasingly moving from clipping coupons to clicking coupons, as the findings of a new in-app ScanLife survey reveals. >>



Mobile Marketing | October 01, 2014

Survey: Mobile security a risk for SMBs

According to a recent survey of IT professionals by Kaspersky Lab a majority of very small businesses (VSBs) are interested in the mobile space. Unfortunately mobile security continues to be a risk for many because of the time and money needed to ensure security. >>

Mobile Marketing | October 01, 2014

How multi-screens are changing brand interactions

For the first time in history brands and marketers can engage with consumers anywhere - at home, at work, in-store, online and offline. No matter the device, brands and consumers are finding one another and connecting. The key for solid connections, though, can still trip up marketers. >>

Advertising | October 01, 2014

Attention - the new way to measure digital video ad effectiveness

Getting the attention of your target audience is easier said than done. But, according to new research from IPG Media Lab and digital video company YuMe, there is a way to ensure an attentive audience and that's to engage them while they're away from home on a mobile device. >>