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Conde Nast’s new ecommerce business, Style.com, launched in the UK at the beginning of this month.
Formerly a fashion news and editorial website for Vogue, it has now morphed into a shiny new luxury shopping destination.
We've got a fine roundup of digital stats for you this week, including news on mobile app install ads, supermarket click-through-rates, social buy buttons and brand disclosure.
Before we get down to business, don't forget to check out the Internet Statistics Compendium for more.
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!
What tactics can retailers use to make the most of seasonal shopping opportunities?
Autumn/fall is now upon us. And although Christmas might seem a long way away, some shoppers are already stocking up with gifts for the festive season.
In today's mobile market, smartphones are becoming ever more prominent, partly at the expense of tablets.
With worldwide shipments growing to 335m this Q1, smartphones also now deliver the majority of mobile transactions (above tablets) in every major market.
In comparison, shipments of tablets have dropped 15% year-on-year.
What people say about mobile and what they do are poles apart, but one fact remains: Mobile experiences in retail aren't yet useful or simple enough to engage customers.
The stats this week are devastating (in a good way).
Tons of goodness about ecommerce KPIs, 'marketing moments', financial services, good old TV, and more.
Here are all the best digital marketing APAC stats from last month.
I'm a bit late with these, but the quality of the stats more than makes up for it - plenty of lovely charts and infographics, too.
Net-A-Porter does not look like a typical online fashion store.
With its editorial layout and lifestyle-focused content, it’s far more akin to a fashion publication – a rival to the likes of Vogue or Elle magazine.
From the right food and vitamins to trainers and gym memberships - the list of products we buy in the name of general health is endless.
But what about in the pursuit of sleep?
Ted Baker has unveiled a shoppable three-minute film as part of its Autumn Winter 16 campaign.
The ad, which boasts Guy Ritchie as executive producer, has been teased on social for the past few days and is now live on Ted Baker’s site.
We all dream of being able to sprint like Bolt or swim like Phelps.
The reality might be different, but the idea sure does inspire us to get off our butts and into our trainers.