According to the findings of a new IBM study of more than 30,000 global consumers, the percentage of consumers willing to share their current location via GPS with retailers nearly doubled year-over-year to 36 percent.
Google partnered with Ipsos to discover how wealthy shoppers around the world research and buy luxury goods. Looking across three different markets in nine countries, they found that these wealthy consumers are among the most digital-savvy.
Beauty shoppers sort through an overload of products to find those that help them look and feel their best. How do they choose what and where to buy? Millward Brown Digital and Google found that shoppers are constantly researching, and many start their journey undecided on what brand they’re going to buy.
In 2013, influencer marketing was top of mind, and in 2014 getting to influencers remains an important goal. The latest research tells us that 74 percent of marketers plan to deploy influencer marketing in the next 12 months. But what exactly is an influencer, and what exactly does influencer marketing do for your brand?
Before meeting with sales reps, decision makers conduct online searches to become better-informed, more powerful buyers. Learn exactly which digital channels they’re using, what kind of information they’re looking for, and how to meet these valuable buyers at every point along their journey.
This white paper from comScore provides companies with important context for understanding today’s digital marketplace and how emerging multi-platform consumer dynamics create opportunities for their businesses.
The 2013 holiday season saw huge gains in digital and mobile sales transactions, with consumers buying everything from apparel to home goods to health and beauty aids through big and little screens.
Marketing executives are asking one fundamental question: What’s it like to be one of our customers? Embracing customer experience management is the way to move forward.
Enlightened marketing leaders are achieving success these days by seizing ownership over the entire customer experience — from delivering the message to innovating the experience.
The Nielsen Global Survey of Consumer Shopping Behavior included more than 29,000 online respondents in 58 countries. The findings shine a light on how consumers shop and what drives category purchasing.
Sridhar Ramaswamy, SVP of ads and commerce at Google, explains how combining classic retail truths with digital savvy can help retailers do what matters most: serve their customers better.
This study, done in conjunction with the Google Shopper Marketing Agency Council and M/A/R/C Research, seeks to uncover the role and opportunities for mobile in the shopping experience.
Chad Donvito, director of brand management at King’s Hawaiian, and Courtney Taira, consumer care lead at King’s Hawaiian, shared insights on the brand’s integration of social media and consumer care.
In this presentation, Chad Donvito, director of brand management at King’s Hawaiian, and Courtney Taira, consumer care lead at King’s Hawaiian, shared insights on the brand’s integration of social media and consumer care.
In our constantly connected world, consumers rely on smartphones more than ever to help them shop for products and services. Google partnered with Nielsen to better understand consumers’ mobile habits in the shopping process.
To identify what trends will determine consumer spending and behavior during the 2013 holiday season, Google commissioned Ipsos MediaCT to survey thousands of shoppers, asking them what gifts they intended to buy and how.
A milestone meta-analysis of experiments with 13 top U.S. retailers, conducted by Applied Predictive Technologies, proves that search ads drive incremental offline sales.
Although consumers sign up for many loyalty programs, chances are they find the communications they receive irrelevant. Learn three strategies for effective loyalty practices.
Discover how brands including Jaguar and IBM are working to win over customers through experience using social and mobile technology.
Automakers have been guided by one overarching imperative: lead the industry by differentiating on the latest and newest technology, but this game is getting significantly harder to win.