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Tuesday, September 24, 2013

49% of marketers plan to launch Christmas campaigns before Halloween

Most marketers have started planning Christmas campaigns but some are closer to launching that others. According to new research from Experian Marketing Services, almost half of marketers plan to launch campaigns before the trick and treaters have finished their door-knocking. >>

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

How subscription models may change ecommerce

There is a growing trend in the ecommerce space and it isn't just about discounts or simple payment options: it's about the subscription. And, many of the new crop of subscriptions aren't content-based. From cosmetics to pet supplies and lingerie, 'shipping a box' is becoming big business. >>

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Technology failures cost firms average of $11 million short term

Businesses now rely heavily on technology but, when that technology fails, the cost to businesses is huge, according to new research by Intellitrends for Compuware. >>

Monday, September 23, 2013

Marin, Visible release analysis tools

Along with the new releases to help marketers better connect, comes new monitoring software from Marin Software and Visible Technologies, geared to help brands better analyze and adjust online and social campaigns. >>

Monday, September 23, 2013

Jivox, ReachLocal releases focus on content

Whether building an online presence or trying to deepen engagement with online ads and content, new releases from Jivox and ReachLocal add value for US businesses. >>

Monday, September 23, 2013

Ecomm spend up, partnership offers additional payment options

With the 2013 Holiday Shopping season right around the corner, many retailers are hoping for a banner year. Details from the early part of 2013 may point to a solid holiday season. >>

Monday, September 23, 2013

25% of consumers say online shopping beats in-store at Christmas

A quarter of online shoppers believe that online shopping is a much better experience than in-store at Christmas, according to the latest eCustomerService Index from eDigitalResearch and IMRG. >>

Friday, September 20, 2013

Monetate taps BlueKai for audience segmentation tool

A new tool, out this week from Monetate, is pushing the targeting space to a new level. Through the LiveAudience solution, brands can tap into past browsing behaviors to better target and personalize online experiences. >>

Friday, September 20, 2013

Most mobile shoppers do it from the safety of the sofa

Untethered from their PCs, consumers using smartphones and tablets to shop online now enjoy the experience almost as much as shopping in a physical store, according to new research released by retail information specialists Verdict. >>

Friday, September 20, 2013

Venda: Poor stock management costing UK retailers billions

It's a tough climate on the High Street for UK retailers, yet many are failing to help themselves due to poor stock management which means consumers are leaving their stores empty-handed, some never to return. >>

Thursday, September 19, 2013

How to better control employee spending

In this tight economy more businesses are tightening the financial ropes, but there may still be a problem in some companies - employee spending. >>

Thursday, September 19, 2013

TRUSTe: Most people concerned about online privacy

Never has it been truer that trust is earned. According to new data out from TRUSTe, more consumers are concerned about privacy than they were a year ago; 2 in 3 say they 'have concerns' about how their personal information is used and how their online actions and purchases are tracked. >>

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Where the next luxury-minded wave will hit

There is a new trend in the luxury products area: consumers buying from so-called underdeveloped countries. According to new data out from Ceros, wealthy shoppers in Latin America, China and India are pushing the luxury envelope. >>

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

MPOS technology ringing up the changes at the checkout

Getting staff out from behind the checkout counter and onto the sales floor with Mobile Point-of-Sale (MPOS) technology is good for business and what consumers expect, according to new research from retail hardware and software innovator I Love Velvet. >>

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Retailers that ignore, discourage showrooming 'short-sighted'

It's bad enough that in-store shoppers have little tolerance for queuing at checkouts but, as new stats from Omnico reveal, they could be shopping at a competitor's store while waiting in line, too. >>

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