Consumers around the world tend to be more likely to shop for than buy products online, although the gap between browsing and buying is relatively small for most product categories.
73% of US adults were unfamiliar with the concept of the Internet Of Things.
Guinness took top billing on the scale of relative effectiveness, outperforming the beer category average by 28.8% with its 60-second “Friendship” spot.
This infographic from Merchant Warehouse illustrates Yelp reviews affect on small businesses.
Almost 29% of telecommuters most missed wearing comfortable clothes when working on-site.
25% of men ages 18 to 34 had had a manicure or pedicure, while 38% had had a facial or body treatment.
This infographic from WiseBread looked into Halloween spending, and found that from 2007 to 2012, Americans shelled out an average of $28.65 on costumes.
19% of US internet users watched clothing & accessories videos online at the end of last year, a number will grow as more retailers invest in online video.
Community site categories accounted for 4 of the 10 top-gaining web categories by percentage change in July 2012, led by pets sites.
Women in Europe account for the majority of time spent on multiple retail site categories, per comScore figures released in July.