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If you’ve ever seen First Dates, you’ll know that initial impressions count for a lot.
For brands, a welcome email is the perfect way to make one. In fact, according to a study by Return Path, users who read one welcome email will go on to open at least 40% of emails from the same brand in the following 180 days.
Time to settle down for your trusty stats round-up.
This week, we’re talking about online search, ecommerce loyalty, B2B buying and lots more.
There are lots of fine stats to enjoy this week.
You’ll find news about online search, consumer behaviour, email, apps and even more.
According to research, 64% of women who shop on their smartphone say that seeing images of products in context positively influences their purchasing decisions.
It’s a simple tactic, but by including context, the online customer experience can be greatly improved - and this doesn't just apply to shopping on mobile either.
We’ve got a bumper edition of stats for you this week.
Well, just the standard set of ten, but there’s lots to enjoy.
A new year means a brand new start, but it’s also a good chance to take stock of everything we've learned during the previous 12 months.
With this in mind, here’s a look back at some of Econsultancy’s research, with 10 of the most important stats from our 2016 reports.
Marketing automation has come a long way.
Considered an emerging technology as recently as a few years ago, estimates are that more than half (59%) of Fortune 500 companies now use marketing automation along with nearly all (95%) of SAAS-based companies.
We’re hurtling head first into December now, which means Christmas emails are in full swing.
So, how are fashion brands executing this year?
According to new research, millennials are hoping to get more from their Christmas shopping this year than just a sack full of gifts.
Salesforce’s Connected Shopper Report suggests that younger consumers are becoming increasingly demanding, with most now expecting a VIP-like experience both online and in-store.
Halloween isn't even over, but many online retailers just can’t wait to get going with their Christmas marketing campaigns.
Some are so impatient, they’ve already gone into full on festive-mode.
When Cath Kidston recently released its exclusive collaboration with Disney, its ecommerce website saw 3,500% more visitors than usual, selling out stock within a couple of hours.
So, exactly how did the British retailer generate such excitement about a range of Winnie the Pooh-adorned clothing and accessories?