A slight majority of 18-34-year-olds shoppers download coupons from online sources, whether they be manufacturer websites (53%), retailer websites (53%), or couponing sites (55%).
Retailer apps saw a massive 525% jump in time spent from December 2011 to December 2012, roughly double the growth rate in time spent with the average shopping app (274%).
93% of marketers surveyed have made a purchase as a direct result of an email marketing message, compared to 56% of smart phone-owning consumers and 42% of consumers without a smart phone.
The most common activities relate to posting and sharing content: 94% of these arts organizations use their website to post photos, 81% are posting or streaming video.
Smart phone and tablet owners may love their devices, but they’re not all that fond of advertising on them.
Among those intending to purchase holiday gifts, 51.3% of those under $15,000 think that at least one-quarter of their purchases will be discounted.
43% said that more than half of the new emails in their inbox the week prior to the survey came from marketers.
US consumer spending on online deals (e.g. daily deals, instant deals and flash sales) will reach $3.6 billion this year, up from last year’s $1.8 billion.
When it comes to the specific social channels SMBs are using, Facebook, not surprisingly, tops the list, with 26% of small businesses and 38% of medium-sized businesses saying they used a company Facebook page.