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In 2015 the shift towards mobile asserting itself as the dominant user device for shoppers has become unavoidable.
According to an IMRG report from February 2015, visits to ecommerce sites via smartphone and tablet devices accounted for 45% of all ecommerce traffic in the UK.
This year the importance of mobile for retailers has also become integral to business, as Google now explicitly ranks mobile friendly sites above their non-optimised competition.
With these trends in mind, I've rounded up more than 50 of the best stats from various surveys and reports that we've seen in the past 12 months in one handy guide.
For much more data on mobile commerce download our Internet Statistics Compendium.
I think I’m so flipping cool, with my cynicism, my tattoos, the motorbike I ride to work on and the toothpick that’s constantly hanging seductively off my bottom lip.
Man, I’m such a rebel.
But then every once in a while something will come along to chisel a little crack into this ice-cold facade. Such a thing has happened this week.
Welcome to our weekly round-up of the very best internet marketing stats from around the digital world.
When Bobby Brown sang ‘Two Can Play Stat Game’ back in 1994, his lyrics were met with nothing but bafflement. However looking back we now realise Brown was talking about the current relationship between myself (the stat-bearer) and you the reader (the stat-enjoyer).
He was a true thought-leader and clearly way ahead of his time. Also see ‘My Prerogative’ which is mainly about integrating social into your Customer Relationship Management system.
More companies are now embracing the opportunity to reach consumers online as a significant part of their programmatic spending.
According to our Programmatic Branding report 62% of marketers are using programmatic for brand objectives, with the expectation of increasing this budget by an average of 37% in the next two years.
Welcome to our monthly round-up of the best branded Instagram videos from the last four weeks.
May features a variety of video making techniques, from never-ending loops to time-lapse to slow-motion, replete with all the stunning insight you’ve come to expect from this beloved round-up.
Only the very best and brightest branded Vines make it into our monthly round-up.
Here we celebrate the informative, the entertaining, the innovative and the interesting. A Vine doesn’t have to be all four of those things, but doing at least one of the above will certainly help it stand out from the crowd.
Or if it leads me to make a rather excellent joke about giraffes then that’s also fine too.
Customer experience has been a top priority for marketers over the last 12 months.
The average consumer has become increasingly digitally-savvy and expects more than ever from brands online.
This has led to new roles and teams being developed that are devoted to managing and optimising the customer experience (CX).
Sit back and enjoy this collection of recent news and advertising inspiration taken from the wide world of social.
We have everything from the perfect hashtag to Royal Baby newsjacking to Starbucks turning its baristas into DJs.
Weev is a new social video app that ‘talks back’.
Ask a question, make a statement, or start an idea by taking a quick video, which people from all over the world can reply to with their own quick videos.
I talked to the CEO of Weev, Andrew Sachs about the app, how it’s different from the social video competition and his plans for future growth.
All the best and most interesting online marketing stats from the last seven days, wrapped up in a neat little package just for you.
Unless of course you are Shania Twain, with your claim that “stat don’t impress me much” so perhaps I’ll just buy you a new cowboy hat or something.
If you think that I should have been too embarrassed to write that pun, then clearly this is your first time here. Welcome!
It’s the weekly round-up of internet weirdness that successfully undoes six days worth of otherwise insightful, useful and highly professional content.
Not bad for less than four days' work.
Ah, Oxford Street, you are known by so many names…
To some, you are the shopping capital of the UK, to others, a realisation of hell on Earth.
This is particularly true for those of us whose morning commute takes them directly through the centre of Europe’s busiest shopping street. Here all the biggest high street brands rub shoulders next to endlessly ‘closing down’ souvenir shops and all-you-can-eat Chinese buffets
For us here at Econsultancy, it is technically a second home, and therefore we can’t help but treat it as an ever-changing example of a digitally transforming retail industry.