This infographic by Reputation Observer looks at the history of cloning an online business idea.
ShareThis ranked as the top syndicated ad focus entity in August with a reach of 87% of Americans online (representing 191.6 million unique visitors).
Only the global economic environment, government spending & budgets and regulatory changes were ranked risker than social media.
Target and Walmart attracted more female shoppers to their mobile websites (65% and 58%, respectively), whereas men favored Best Buy’s mobile site (61%).
During the 2011 holiday season, the top retail apps and websites combined— Amazon, Best Buy, eBay, Target, and Walmart—reached nearly 60% of smart phone owners.
47% of American smart phone owners used a mobile shopping app in June 2012.
30% of online buyers surveyed say they began researching their most recent online purchase via Amazon.
Consumers who are aware of Facebook’s use of their profile information and posts to target ads towards them aren’t very accepting of this practice.
Favorite eTailers For Personal Care & Beauty Products [CHART]Rate this post Amazon was the preferred online destination for beauty and personal care products for a plurality of buyers, but Sephora.com was not far behind, with a respectable 18% share. Read the rest at eMarketer.
Mobile Click-Through Rates By Device [CHART]Rate this post via emarketer.com The study examined the CTRs earned by eight mobile devices, the largest being the Samsung Galaxy Tab (10.1 inches), and the smallest being the Sony Xperia Mini (2.5 inches). The Kindle Fire, with a middle-of-the-pack, 7-inch screen, had the highest CTR—1.02%. The iPad, with a […]