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BizReport | Ecommerce archives June 19, 2013

Portrait of an affluent consumer

We're still a few months away from the busy holiday shopping season, but new data out from comScore and Martini Media may help brands better target affluent shoppers once the season is upon us. ... >>

BizReport | Advertising archives July 23, 2012

Poll: Amazon more trustworthy than Facebook

New data out from Harris Interactive and Placecast finds that, from a consumer data standpoint, most US shoppers trust Amazon more than they trust social network Facebook. Most poll respondents (66%) said Amazon's use of personal data 'somewhat to very... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce archives April 18, 2012

Survey: E-Tailers most concerned with customer experience

Online retailers are taking to heart the need for a cohesive customer experience. That, according to the latest data from the e-tailing group. In their 11th Annual survey 31% of senior executives reported the customer experience as the most important... >>

BizReport | Advertising archives March 24, 2009

Eyeblaster: How to better convert consumers

Getting online consumers 'in the door', so to speak, doesn't seem to be the problem for etailers and online marketers these days. Getting consumers to convert once they've entered a storefront, however, is still a confusing prospect for many. New... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce archives March 16, 2009

Coupons.com releases top couponing items

Although the economy in the US seems to be in the beginning stages of a bounce-back, consumers are still frugally looking for the best deals - especially online shoppers. From special 'deal days' to looking for the best coupons, consumers... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce archives February 13, 2009

comScore: US Ecommerce down but up

A mixed message from metrics firm comScore for etailers. According to the company US ecommerce was down about 3% in Q4 2008 but for the entire year, ecommerce actually grew about 6%. Why the difference? The stock market crash is... >>

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