Posts tagged with 'online shopping'
Lowering the GST threshold will protect local Australian retailers, save jobs and provide the Government with $1.6 billion, according to the many media articles published this week.
The issue of GST has received an almost daily mention across the mainstream press lately, as retailers continue to campaign for a change to the current GST regulations, which currently allow online shoppers to purchase products tax-free from foreign competitors.
Yesterday, the IAB released new research in connection with Meredith's Parents Network surveying moms with school age children on with use of mobile during the back to school season.
Anna Bager, Vice President and General Manager Mobile Marketing Center of Excellence, IAB, believes these results could point to potential opportunities for marketers to reach the coveted "mom" audience:
I know that back-to-school creates great mobile opportunities for brands and retailers to reach busy moms at a pivotal time. This study with Meredith points to a variety of ways that busy moms depend on their mobile devices in order to get through the hectic back-to-school season.
The importance of smartphone technology to the UK shopper experience has been hard to ignore this past month with an abundance of mobile commerce data being added to our Internet Statistics Compendium.
to the latest Online
Consumer Report, organic
search engine results are responsible for 18% of the traffic to online
retailers, with Google accounting for 80% of these searches.
If you are an
e-commerce merchant it is crucial you learn how to work with Google and comply
with their rules and regulations.
Shop online and help end global warming? In this era of acute environmental awareness, that could be a powerful value proposition for etailers. Particularly with data to back up the claim.
Buy that gizmo online rather than drive to the all and you'll burn 35 percent less energy, finds a just-released Carnegie Mellon University Green Design Institute study.