Luxury retail is being transformed by the emergence of digital experiences, representing a strategic investment for retailers brave enough to rethink how online sales should work.
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Younger consumers show a growing preference for texting and messaging over more traditional social media channels such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
Launching a new application can be scary. And for good reason. Most businesses invest between $50,000 and $1 million in developing their new app, according to Kinvey’s survey on the State of Enterprise Mobility (2014).
While RWD is gaining traction today, many major companies realize the limitations of simply reflowing the same content on every device, and the benefits of offering a unique experience for each device category.
Even if mobile apps are not generating in-app revenue, retailers cannot ignore the value that retail apps provide their customers.
In just one year, from June 2013 to June 2014, mobile application usage was up 52 percent, with more consumers using their smartphones than their laptops to make buying decisions – even though when it came to completing purchases, consumers were more comfortable on their laptops.
Ad blocking has grown by 41 percent globally in the last 12 months. Sixteen percent of the United States online population blocked ads in the second quarter of 2015, equaling 45 million monthly active users.
For people involved in the mobile advertising industry, there is one burning question that has been an elephant in the room for the last few years: When will ad dollars begin to catch up with consumer behavior?
We looked at five businesses benefiting from data science and what exactly it is that data scientists do to better understand how these companies achieved success.
The Federal Trade Commission’s Endorsement Guides were revised in 2009 to provide advertisers with guidance on how to apply traditional legal principles regarding testimonials and endorsements to new marketing channels and techniques.