Category: Shopping Infographics
The amount of online shopping is increasing more each and every year and it doesn’t look like it is going to stop anytime soon. eCommerce is quickly changing the storefront retail industry and how people shop. This means that the marketing industry is going to change the way it advertises to consumers too.
Are you a commuter looking for a lightweight tablet, or perhaps a parent looking for the best tablet for your child this holiday season? Deciding on what tablet is best for you or your loved one can be quite a decision. The following Tablet Buying Guide from hhgregg will help you understand what to expect in features and size for your budget.
Are you in the market for a new laptop or know someone who is? If you’re unsure of what you may need in a new laptop or what options exist, check out the following infographic from hhgregg. Learn the latest in laptop options and capabilities so you can know what to expect for your allotted budget.
Are you looking for a TV this holiday but are unsure of what you need or want? The following infographic from hhgregg defines what to expect when browsing for a TV this season. Whether you’re looking for a smaller TV for a bedroom or going big with 4K Ultra HD technology, learn what to expect in features and cost. Feel prepared when you’re ready to buy a TV.
Christmas holidays are one of the beautiful parts of the year. Enjoy shopping, delicious food and caroling in Christmas markets to make this season even more special. Read this interesting infographic by Wimdu to find out which are seven largest European Christmas markets.
This season in New York City, enjoy the holiday window displays during one of the most iconic winter traditions. These displays began as a retail strategy, but are now one of the most iconic New York City holiday traditions. The Renaissance New York Hotel 57 would like you to indulge your senses as you take a walking tour through Manhattan’s high-end store window displays.
Whether you shop for necessities every single day or only need to make a few big purchases a month, retailers are competing tooth and nail for every dollar that you spend. Wondering which grocery store and retail loyalty programs you should join? The folks at Grocery Coupon Network did the homework and found the best cards you should sign up for.
Drop Shipping is the new retail model for in the world of e-commerce. It solves the problem of increasing costs due to inventory stocking that most of the online retail vendors face. Drop shipping allows the wholesaler to directly ship the product to your customer.
Follow these online shopping security tips complied by sslstore and make your Christmas online shopping a safe and secure experience.
81% of shoppers research online to collect information about products and prices before making a purchase. Here is an infographic that shows what stops them from buying online and what e-retailers can do to motivate them to buy.
The holiday period is coming around quick. It’s the time of year when we spend more of our hard earned dollars than any other. In fact, 20-40% of yearly sales for small to mid sized retailers takes place in the last 2 months of the year. With this in mind, it’s time for retailers to get ready for the holiday rush as it’s expected to be another record year.
Is your business prepared for the holiday season? Hopefully you’ve been implementing your strategies for several weeks now. Whether you’ve began your holiday marketing or not, this infographic contains 25 trends for the 2014 season that every business owner will want to pay attention to.
Cyber Monday, traditionally a US phenomenon is the busiest on-line shopping day of the year. But the United Kingdom is starting to catch up. Take a look at the astonishing statistics on how much consumers spend in the lead up to Christmas in this infographic put together by Toner Giant.
To a lot of people, Christmas is the perfect opportunity to get together with family, friends and loved-ones, spend time with each other and share the act of gift giving. In 2013, people in the United Kingdom spent a total of £72.7 billion, and this Christmas the figure is likely to increase to £88 billion. This seasonal infographic shows what the true cost of Christmas 2014 is expected to be.