The In-Store Shopping Experience has been transformed with the rise of mobile. Now customers are using their phones while shopping to preform price comparisons, read reviews, and find alternative buying locations. Learn more about how mobile is changing the in-store shopping experience with the following infographic by VoucherCodesPro.
Looking for the perfect gift for Mother’s day 2013 can be a daunting task. What gift is special enough to give to the person who has always cared for and loved you? We have created this gift guide to identify the perfect gift for any type of mother. Whether she enjoys tending to her garden, cozying with a book by the fire, or hosting small get-togethers, Buyer at Large has identified the perfect gift for her. Take a look at our Mother’s Day gift guide and see what gifts fit your mom’s personality.
Getting ready to pop the question to that special someone? Brilliance has got your back with this helpful infographic on how to find that engagement ring that complements her unique style. You can read up on important aspects of engagement ring buying via sections like budget factors, choice of metals, how to choose a diamond setting, choosing the diamond itself, diamond shapes, the surprise factor, making your purchase, and how to protect your purchase.
Supporting your local, independent business owners, makers, and artists can make a huge impact on your community’s economy. Buying local cuts down on transport, shipping, and packaging, creating a greener purchasing experience. Also, while big box retail generates a net annual deficit of $468 per 1,000 sq. ft., buying from local specialty retail produces a net annual RETURN of $326 per 1,000 sq. ft. This is because supporting local businesses keeps money in the community’s economy, rather than immediately sending the money to corporate headquarters off-site.
The trend has been steady and clear – e-commerce is no longer on the sidelines. Shopping online has become mainstream. If you’re aren’t attempting to build your business online, then you aren’t trying to build your business. The infographic below by PayLoadz outlines the leaps and bounds that have taken place in the arena of e-commerce during the last five years. If you haven’t joined the movement yet, now is the time.
Today more Chinese consumers are going online with cell phones than with computers, and e-shopping via mobile devices is a fast-growing pastime. Check out the infographic by Alibaba.com to see how China’s m-commerce market stacks up against the U.S.
Daily deals are sweeping the globe, and for good reason: a variety of products, activities and even getaways are available at discount for a limited time. Ever wanted to take scuba lessons? Get half-off on Italian cherry ices? Take advantage of other miscellaneous entertainment that you normally wouldn’t consider? If so, Daily Deals are your golden ticket. Learn more in this infographic from the folks at ScoreDealz.com.
Get your romance on! February 14th is just around the corner. That means people are shopping for that “special someone” for Valentine’s Day. It’s time to go beyond chocolates and flowers to increase online sales on this important retail holiday. Below are 10 tips from Vendio you can use that will make St. Valentine proud.
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Will you be getting your special someone a gift? ProPoint Graphics takes a look at how much will be spent this Valentine’s Day on the holiday’s most popular gifts.
Couponcodes4u has created an infographic to celebrate this year’s Valentine’s Day. In a poll of 2,785 Americans, they uncovered the biggest romance spenders, the top 5 most popular gifts, as well as how couples and singletons plan to spend the day.
How big is the daily deal industry in Australia and were is it heading? Competitions.com.au has crunched the numbers and put together this interesting infographic on the Future of Daily Deals in Australia. Did you know – 44% of shoppers who use daily deals return to the merchants that provide the offers 40% of daily [...]
Retail has moved far from the days of Mom & Pop stores where customers were known by name. But connecting with customers across physical and virtual touch points is more important than ever – especially to the Digital Divas. Demandware takes a look at these digital divas and explores why they matter in the following infographic.
People have been selling items in exchange for currency since 200 B.C. when the Roman Empire first introduced currency to the world. It nicely demonstrates how sales have evolved from direct sales all the way to mobile commerce. It’s nice to see how sales have evolved throughout the years. Although some sales techniques are slowly going away, we are seeing the rise of others like mobile commerce. I’m pretty sure we all have bought from at least one of these selling techniques and will continue to buy more.