A sizable majority of retailers believe that multi-channel customers are either significantly (47%) or slightly (29%) more profitable than single-channel customers, something consumers themselves appear to agree with.
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While completion rate (with a rating average of 2.56, where 1 is most important) shows up as the most important metric, brand uplift (2.69) is close behind in value.
Only 32% of consumers in the US and UK agreed that greater personalization of marketing messages benefits consumers, while 43% disagreed.
The finance and banking and travel and transport sectors garner quick responses, with 57% and 54% of their responses, respectively, coming in the first 15 minutes.
Asked what they would do if they saw a friend like a product on social media or a social networking site, around 3 in 10 consumers from around the world said they would check out the product themselves.
Roughly three-quarters of respondents in the US would be motivated to use their devices more for live TV and VOD viewing on account of reduced cost, more content, and better quality of programming.
81% of respondents were at least somewhat likely to start putting videos into their emails.
Forty-three percent of marketers said they didn’t use videos in email messaging simply because they lacked the content, making it the most prominent obstacle to the practice.
Android tablets were in use by 59% of tablet-owning households in 2013, the same percentage that reported owning Apple’s iPad or iPad mini.
Tablet ownership among Hispanics made a big leap, with penetration rates rising from 20% in August 2012 to 34% by May 2013.