We live in a day where the more you know about someone, the better. For retailers this couldn’t be more true. Today, retailers are picking up on your shopping habits and using them to custom tailor coupons and offers specifically with you in mind.
Retailers can gain a competitive edge by accommodating this growing population of tablet consumers by streamlining their websites with fast load times, larger fonts on product pages, tap-zoom functionality, and simplified checkout processes as this infographic will demonstrate.
This infographic from Grazia Fashion shows that women have a clear preference to shopping in the “real world” rather than shopping on the internet. This is because women can feel the product and they don’t like to wait until the product arrives.
Coupons are considered to be the best way to save money. In 2011, American consumers were able to save $4.6 billion thanks to those small pieces of paper which allow us to get discounts or rebates when purchasing products. The following infographic illustrates interesting facts about coupons and its users.
Pinterest is now the 3rd most popular social network site in the world! Shopify analyzed data from +25K online stores and shows their findings (including conversion rate, average cart size..etc..) in this infographic to demonstrate how Pinterest is driving ecommerce sales.
Let’s face it: buying a diamond can feel overwhelming and sometimes downright confusing. This is especially true if you’re shopping on a budget. The following diamond buying guide by Brilliance provides some tips on how to save money and still get that “WOW” factor when buying a diamond or a ring.
American firearm sales and concealed handgun permit applications are at an all-time high since the 2008 election of President Barak Obama. We cannot necessarily give credit to Obama for this but rather the increase in sales is most likely due to the fact that Americans fear their gun rights might be hindered with Obama in office.
“But wait, there’s more!” is the soundtrack of late-night television and a call to arms for millions of American consumers. Since its inception 20 years ago, the infomercial industry has become an integral part of television culture. CouponCabin takes a closer look at who is purchasing and how much is being purchased in this infographic.
Let’s face it – many of the traditions surrounding Valentine’s Day and similar holidays worldwide are directly linked to consumer industries seeking ways to increase sales and business. US spending statistics prove that Valentine’s Day is no laughing matter when it comes to the flower and candy industries. What’s interesting is to see different ways this looks across the planet, and to explore some of the deeper legend and history behind it.
This infographic from H&R Block breaks down the dollars behind Valentine’s Day romance. And just how much are people spending on flowers, candy, greeting cards and sparkly baubles? What should you buy for your Valentine this year? This and more all wrapped up in this visual graphic entitled “Valentine’s Day: The Power of Love and Money.”