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BizReport | Ecommerce July 16, 2014

The Considered Consumer: Technology has slowed the path to purchase

The advent of ecommerce and associated technology is not speeding up consumers' path to purchase, it's slowing it down, according to new research from retail property firm Hammerson and analysts Conlumino.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce July 16, 2014

Survey: For certain items, in-person shopping still preferred

Though the bulk of Americans have made a purchase online, there are still things they'd prefer to shop for in person. That is the takeaway from a new Harris Poll out this week. According to researchers more than two-thirds (69%)... >>

BizReport | Mobile Marketing July 10, 2014

Custora: More people making more purchases via mobile

New research from Custora shows that more people are using mobile devices to make purchases with mobile ecommerce on track to reach $50 billion by the end of this year.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce July 07, 2014

Pure360: Purchasing behavior unaffected by Internet and social media

New research by digital marketing firm Pure360 suggests that most consumers believe social media and the Internet in general have little to no influence on their purchasing behavior.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce July 02, 2014

UK: Consumers prefer next-day delivery to click and collect

Click and collect may be the buzz phrase in online delivery circles but, according to new research from ecommerce agency Ampersand Commerce, consumers would prefer to be offered a next-day delivery option. ... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce June 27, 2014

Cartonomy: Social shopping cart helps moms save time, money

There is a good reason why I often send my husband to do the grocery shopping. Men stick to what's on the list. New research from Cartonomy backs up this behavior and reveals that women rarely stick to a list... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce June 04, 2014

Consumers curb online shopping in wake of security breaches

A survey from USA TODAY has revealed the extent to which online security breaches have affected consumers' attitudes to online shopping. ... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce May 22, 2014

Royal Mail announces Sunday delivery trials

Britain's Royal Mail is set to trial Sunday opening hours and deliveries in response to the increase in demand for goods ordered online. ... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce May 14, 2014

Survey: In-Store still winning for many purchases

The ease of online shopping grows every day, but according to one new study in-store is still winning for a majority of purchases in several key verticals like appliances, computers and even mobile phones. ... >>

BizReport | Mobile Marketing March 28, 2014

Time spent daily on social networks up from 5% to 12%

In the last two years, the amount of time spent communicating via digital channels has increased significantly, according to new research from the Institute of Practioners in Marketing. ... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce March 19, 2014

U.S., Europe ecommerce growth driven by frequency of online shopping

Research from RetailMeNot and the Centre for Retail Research reveals that US, UK and German ecommerce markets are maturing and today's growth is fueled mainly by increased frequency of shopping online.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce February 25, 2014

Lack of product information turning online shoppers away

Digital media is transforming consumer expectations of product information, according to a new survey from GS1 UK, and many abandon a purchase when not enough information is provided.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce February 18, 2014

Abandoned online shopping carts an opportunity to re-engage

An abandoned online shopping cart isn't a bad thing, according to Cloud.IQ. Rather than being a lost sale it's actually an invitation to re-engage and an opportunity to boost sales.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce January 14, 2014

Millennial, Boomer shoppers more alike than you might think

Millennial and Boomer shoppers are more alike than previously thought, according to new research published by Radius Global Market Research, with both comfortable conducting online research and using social media.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce January 13, 2014

Cardinal Commerce: 2013 holiday ecomm 46% higher than 2012

With the 2013 holiday season safely in the books, one expert is advising online retailers to take charge of the 2014 holiday season as soon as possible - because once again the time between Thanksgiving and Christmas will be shorter... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce December 18, 2013

Millions of Americans leave gift shopping to last minute

Many have yet to complete their holiday shopping and, according to the National Retail Federation, millions have not even started resulting in the largest percentage of last-minute shoppers in the Federation's holiday survey history.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce December 16, 2013

OFCOM: Brits are biggest online spenders

For the third consecutive year, the average person in the UK spent more online than those in any other major market, according to figures just released by OFCOM.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce December 12, 2013

Poor in-store service pushes festive shoppers online

A new survey by experience analytics firm ClickFox reveals that most negative shopping experiences happen in-store on the sales floor, another reason why over half of consumers are turning to the Internet to shop during the festive season.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce December 03, 2013

Registration at checkout major barrier to online impulse purchases

Very few consumers make unplanned purchases online, according to new research, and retailers are only making it harder by putting obstacles in the way during the checkout process.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce November 28, 2013

Early Cyber Monday may be eclipsed by 'Middle' Cyber Monday in UK

Experian has published its online retail predictions for the 2013 holiday season in the UK and reveals that 'Middle' Cyber Monday could eclipse Cyber Monday in terms of the number of visits to retail websites.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce November 21, 2013

84% prefer shopping online to visiting a store

More than eight out of ten shoppers in the U.S. say that online shopping in a far better experience that visiting a physical store. Ebates.com's latest Holiday Survey reveals the reasons why. ... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce November 20, 2013

Survey shows cost of shipping really matters to 80% of shoppers

This year, consumers are more focused on the cost of shipping items purchased online than they were three years ago, according to new research in the U.S. commissioned by Pitney Bowes.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce November 19, 2013

More shoppers plan to stay at home on Black Friday

A new forecast from Nielsen reveals the continuing trend of consumers shunning the stores on Black Friday in favor of logging-on on Cyber Monday. ... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce November 15, 2013

Consumers say using mobile in-store quicker than asking a store assistant

Many consumers will log on to do their Christmas shopping this year, but that doesn't mean they are completely shunning the in-store experience - far from it, according to new research from BuzzCity. Retailers must ensure that shoppers get the... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce November 12, 2013

Amazon to begin Sunday deliveries in selected U.S. and U.K. cities

As letter mail volumes decline, so package volumes are on the increase, thanks to online shopping. So, while the U.S. Postal Service struggles with financial losses, Amazon has forged a deal that will see them delivering on a Sunday. And... >>

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