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BizReport : May 22, 2015 Archive

May 22, 2015 Archive

Email Marketing | May 22, 2015

Top retailers failing to meet consumer expectations of personalized comms

Top online retailers are failing to capitalize on consumers' growing expectations of receiving insight-driven, personalized brand communications, according to new research from Teradata. >>

Advertising | May 22, 2015

Android ad blocking browser released by Adblock Plus

Bad news for advertisers, but good news for those who prefer their browsing experience not to be clogged up with ads - Adblock Plus has released its beta version of Adblock Browser, an Android browser that blocks ads by default. >>

Email Marketing | May 22, 2015

How triggered emails can reduce shopping cart abandons

With shopping cart abandons holding steady at over 50% retailers continue to look for a solution. One expert suggests triggered email might be the answer. >>

Mobile Marketing | May 22, 2015

How to better protect consumers' mobile privacy

Data breeches are almost becoming commonplace, which is why one expert insists businesses need to focus on security measures. Two-factor authentication is one option for brands ready to take the next security step. >>



Ecommerce | May 22, 2015

Expert: What Google buy buttons could mean for ecommerce

Some experts are predicting that Google will soon launch buy buttons. One expert weighs in on the implications of this proposed tool. >>

Mobile Marketing | May 22, 2015

Report highlights the 'mobile moments' of commuters

Commuters in the UK spend almost an hour each working day commuting to and from work, and for almost half of that time they are engaging with their mobile device. adsquare's latest report reveals these 'mobile moments' are an opportunity for brands and advertisers to get their message across. >>

Ecommerce | May 22, 2015

Consumers keen to use new payment technology but businesses slow to adopt

Shoppers are keen to use new payment technology but, according to a new report from Sage Pay, businesses are being slow to adopt them. >>