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Google might be the most popular search engine in the world, but when consumers are searching for products, they're increasingly turning to Amazon first.
In fact, according to a BloomReach study conducted by Survata, over half of consumers (55%) now go to Amazon first when they're looking for a product, up from 44% in 2015.
Wow, this week's digital news was right on trend.
Chat bots, AI, ad networks, intelligent personal assistants - one can't help but feel the winds of change beneath our wings.
Reader, get stuck in!
Mobile search, WhatsApp, same-day click-and-collect, digital currency and autonomous cars.
It's just another week jam-packed with digital news.
Commence your catch-up...
You may all be thinking about going on your hollibobs, but there's never a dull week in digital.
This week's news is a rattlebag of Facebook updates, ecommerce buyouts, ad spend revelations, and....cats.
The logic behind retailers' aversion to collecting sales tax wasn't hard to understand: if given a choice between two retailers, one charging sales tax and one not, many consumers would probably choose the former.
Amazon Prime is more than just a free shipping service.
The program, which was launched in 2005, now offers members access to everything from streaming video and music content to early access to special deals.
It's also becoming a marketing and customer acquisition channel for other businesses.
Promoted as the ‘Black Friday’ of the summer, Amazon Prime Day was originally launched in celebration of the retailer’s 20th birthday.
You might remember that last year didn’t go quite as planned.
Historically, discounting has been a lifeblood for many retailers. And the bane of their existence at the same time.
Now, the 800-pound gorilla of online retail appears to be experimenting with ditching discounts. Sort of.
The Demographics and Technology Adoption section of our Internet Statistics Compendium saw some fascinating video-related data hit its pages in this month’s update.
As usual, we have collected the best bits from our own in-house research, as well as trends we’ve published in collaboration with other research houses and the most insightful freely available digital stats from around the web.
Few underestimate the power of online video. Its importance has been apparent since at least 2006, when Google acquired YouTube in a deal worth north of $1.5bn.
But a lot has changed since then. So much, in fact, that it's worth asking if video is effectively the future of the internet. The answer: perhaps.
Here it is, your roundup of the week's digital news.
All you need in five minutes to impress your colleagues or potentially bore your non-digital friends.