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Monday, March 27, 2017

Report: Bot attempting to steal gift cards

Hackers aren't only going after actual bank accounts any longer. Distil Networks has identified a bot that is going after the gift card balances that consumers have with retailers. >>

Monday, March 27, 2017

Half of UK charities have no digital strategy

A lack of skills and funding means UK charities are facing a "digital skills crisis", according to new research from Skills Platform and Zoe Amar Communications. >>

Friday, March 24, 2017

Study: Mobile key for online grocery buys

Online grocery shopping is beginning to trend up, but the grocers having the most success are keying in on mobile. That, according to Criteo's Clicks, Bricks & Broccoli: The CPG and Grocery Trend Report which found that 40% of digital grocery sales are made via a mobile device. >>

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Study: GenX, Y most likely to BOPIS

Buying items online but picking them up in store is a selling point for many shoppers, but maybe not as many as you think. That's the word from ChargeItSpot, but nearly half of shoppers under age 50 have tried the option. >>

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Experts: Why points aren't enough for loyalty

Loyalty programs continue to be an important part of retailer programs, but some rewards are more sought after than others. Two experts explain. >>

Thursday, March 23, 2017

How to win the Amazon Buy Box

Amazon continues to be a key resource for third party sellers, but many get lost in the crowd. Here are three tips to help sellers increase visibility - and sales - using Amazon's Buy Box. >>

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Consumers prefer human touch for insurance buying, claims

While much has been made of insurtech of late, new research suggests that most consumers prefer to purchase insurance, and make claims, via a human agent. >>

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Study: Digital strategy not properly defined

New data out from PointSource indicates the digital strategy of many brands isn't serving it's purpose. Researchers with The Executing Digital Transformation study found more than 40% of industry pros do not feel their digital strategy is defined with good key performance indicators. >>

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Expert: User engagement trumps viewability

Viewability - the placement of ads so that they will be seen - continues to be a strong force in the digital advertising space. But, according to one expert, viewability is not the holy grail of advertising. User engagement is. >>

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Leisure travel most popular discretionary spending category in UK

New research reveals that consumers in the UK would rather cut back on dining out than go without leisure travel. >>

Monday, March 20, 2017

Ad Roundup: Data, ecommerce tools

In today's advertising roundup, a new purchase tool is launching, and an enhanced partnership to offer deeper data to advertisers. >>

Monday, March 20, 2017

Top 3 tips for a strong SMB social strategy

According to one expert, the time is right for more small businesses to launch, and for more investors to look to the small business space. Here's why. >>

Monday, March 20, 2017

Missed deliveries caused by delivery firms' lack of comms

Nearly one in four consumers in the UK say poor communication has caused them to miss a delivery in the past year, according to new research from Engage Hub. >>

Friday, March 17, 2017

Multiple data sources combine for 'Anatomy of a UK Auto Shopper'

New research from ad technology firm Viant among car owners in the UK reveals how bringing multiple data sources together enables marketers to better understand their customers outside of their own vertical. >>

Friday, March 17, 2017

Survey: Fraudulent accounts go dark before an attack

According to a new DataVisor report nearly half of fraudulent accounts will sleep or go dark before launching an attack against a business. Researchers found that these so called 'sleeper cells' will work against a company for weeks before an attack. >>

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