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Social commerce hasn’t quite taken off in the way it was predicted to.
Lunch time in London usually involves paying £8 for the privilege of a soggy wrap. If you manage to avoid the temptation of a Boots meal deal, that is.
MealPal is a new service that’s aiming to make lunch times both more enjoyable and affordable.
Aldo is a footwear retailer with a heavy presence in shopping centres and high streets, but while in-store revenue climbed 5% in 2016, online revenue increased by 15%.
With clear demand from online consumers, Aldo decided it was time to freshen up its digital presence, recently redesigning its online and mobile website as well as launching ecommerce in 10 additional countries.
In a recent Econsultancy survey, we asked marketers whether they work to engineer mobile moments which reflect well on their brand.
But what are 'mobile moments'? And what can brands do to be a part of them?
I recently wrote about how consumers are increasingly turning to their smartphones to search, browse and buy beauty products.
One thing I failed to mention, however, is the fact that many are testing beauty products via their mobiles, too.
This week’s roundup of stats is the perfect way to finish off a four-day week. Go on, give it a read, we promise it won’t take long…
We’ve got news about delivery methods, chatbots, marketing budgets and lots more. If that’s not enough, be sure to check out the trusty Internet Statistics Compendium.
All of this talk about rogue YouTube ads, fake Likes on Facebook, and Snapchat vs. Instagram is fascinating, but how much of it is relevant to a marketer's daily job?
To find out, we surveyed hundreds of marketers and asked them which channels they are really using these days.
It’s the Easter weekend, which might mean you’re knee-deep in chocolate eggs, hot cross buns and beer by now. But hold up – why not take a break from all that lovely stuff and get stuck into some even lovelier stats?
This week’s roundup includes news about digital ad spend, brand communications and personalisation. You can head on over to the Internet Statistics Compendium for lots more too.
According to new research, beauty buyers in the UK check Instagram an average of 21 times each day. What’s more, 67% of these are said to take further action when they see an interesting post. That means clicking a link, doing more research, or you guessed it – buying a product.
Unsurprisingly, this is music to the ears of beauty brands, and the very reason why many are taking the role of mobile - alongside social - more seriously than ever before.
Snapchat's parent company, Snap, recently IPO'd with unprecedented media coverage in the West.
In Asia, however, coverage was much lighter as the app has not enjoyed the same cultural impact in the region as it has in the US and Europe. Does this mean that Asians are oblivious to a future trend - or has Snapchat missed its chance to win over the region's 1.8 billion internet users?
From self-checkouts in retail stores to live streaming of sporting events, technology has changed a multitude of consumer experiences.
But what about everyone’s favourite pastime – eating?
While many businesses have been speedy adopters of emerging and disruptive technologies, banking and the financial services industry has been seen to lag behind.
This could be chalked up to a myriad of factors including complex legacy systems or even the fact that a significant portion of high value clients, particularly for wealth management firms and IFAs, are more likely to belong to senior demographics and may have a higher propensity for non-digital communication such as calls or face-to-face meetings.