Category: Shopping Infographics
Men and women have different buying behaviors. Tailor your persuasion strategies to account for these gender differences. Here are 18 easy ways, put together by MineWhat, to persuade them to buy. [Click here for full size version]
Mobile shopping app Shopular recently surveyed nearly 300 consumers to purvey attitudes about the 2014 Back-to-School Shopping season. The results are included in the Shopular “Back-to-School Shopping GOES MOBILE” study and infographic—mapping this year’s top trends.
Retail isn’t dead, it’s dynamic. Consumers are always going to want to buy, but in an increasingly digital world how will the retail industry adapt? The following infographic by Colourfast Printing looks at the future of retail.
The face of retail in Canada is changing. Canadian consumers are ranked as some of the most digitally savvy in the western world, while Canadian retailers are falling behind their American competitors when it comes to digital maturity. This infographic shows how digital is transforming the retail industry in a unique and visually compelling way.
Here is an infographic from Ebooks by Sainsbury’s looking at the recent decline in growth of eBook sales. It explores the extent of the decline and possible explanations as to why this may be happening if it is indeed true at all.
Cart abandonment is a big issue for many online retailers, but what factors are actually causing it? Check out this handy infographic from CWCS to see what makes shoppers ditch their basket and even leave your site for good.
Over the years, the shopping experience has evolved along with the web. Today brands can no longer afford to ignore their customers. And as more and more customers shop online, it has become highly critical for brands to engage with their potential customers. Here MobStac provides a few interesting numbers that further drives in how social media is beginning to define the e-commerce sector.
The team at CouponsHD have looked through the stats and read through previous posts to create the following infographic on the amount of money that is spent on Valentines Day in Australia. The numbers may astound you.
Today’s consumers want more than an in-store experience online. Retailers need to offer an increasing amount of item information from their suppliers to capture the sale. If not, their
Grocery stores employ psychological tricks to try get you to spend more. For example, many grocery stores place the most popular items in the center of the aisle. Do you wonder why? Check out the following infographic to learn their tricks of the trade.
Everyone has seen the newest trend in shopping; extreme couponing and buying in bulk. However, when it comes down to buying a year’s worth of toilet paper, is it worth it? Cheap Online Degrees has created an infographic listing the numbers behind price club enrollment, whether shopping in bulk is worth it, and where to steer clear when it comes to shopping in bulk.
This infographic takes at a look at how the cost of Christmas has changed in the 20 years that MBNA has been issuing credit cards. From mince pies to Christmas trees find out if men or women are the biggest spenders.
Advancements in technology are likely to cause this year’s holiday shopping season to look dramatically different from the past. As evidenced by Black Friday and Cyber Monday of this year, more than ever, shoppers are completing more of their holiday gift purchases online. In fact, for the first time, shoppers surveyed prior to the holiday shopping season expected the Internet to be their number one venue in which they would complete their holiday shopping.
How big of a part do mobile devices play on the biggest shopping weekend of the year? This infographic from eBay Deals delves into some surprising stats from 2013 on the growth of mobile shopping.