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BizReport | Ecommerce archives May 30, 2014

Holiday planning starts online with search

It's not just travel deals that need to be in tip top condition as the holiday season approaches. Marketers need to ensure their digital offerings are up to scratch, too, as most U.S. travelers head online to plan their vacations.... >>

BizReport | Loyalty Marketing May 13, 2013

Survey: How to get Moms to engage

Mother's Day has passed but that doesn't mean advertisers need to give up on engaging moms for the next 365 days. New data out from PunchTab offers insight into how brands can do a better job of engaging moms, even... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce archives October 23, 2009

Online retailers prime shipping promotions and social for holiday season

A new survey conducted by BIGresearch for Shop.org found that online retailers will be revamping websites, focusing on social and offering free shipping, in some form, this holiday season and, for a third, this activity will start earlier this year... >>

BizReport | Research archives September 18, 2009

Study: Marketers cutting out incentives?

When it comes to advertising, marketers have known for a while that consumers like 'freebies' - even those that aren't really free. Incentive advertising has been huge for decades because marketer know this, so it may come as a surprise... >>

BizReport | Research archives January 06, 2009

British online bankers want to save cash, not the environment

Organizations can save money by steering their consumers away from paper-based transactions and notifications, and consumers know this, which is why they want cash to make the switch, according to a poll for electronic bill presentment and payment firm OneVu.... >>

BizReport | Research archives August 06, 2007

Use of newsletter subscription incentives decreases

Very few marketers continue to offer incentives to consumers to sign up for newsletters, according to the findings from a new study produced by the Email Experience Council.... >>

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