Half of surveyed Aussie and Kiwi consumers head in-store or to competitors when faced with website difficulties, according to latest Rackspace research.
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The 2015 Sensis Social Media Report may indicate fewer Australian internet users active on social media this year, but the amount of time people spent on sites including Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram is rising.
With mobile use increasing among Australians, and a substantial amount of internet time dedicated to social networking sites, it’s no wonder social retargeting is a hot topic for marketers.
The latest research from Roy Morgan indicates online shopping enjoyed huge success last year, with over seven million Australians aged 14+ buying at least one item over a four week period.
The shift to chip-based cards (EMVs) is leading to a rise in card-not-present fraud rates. It’s a problem many online retailers are ill-prepared for.
A new study from Barilliance claims that over 30 percent of an online retailer’s revenue results from personalised product recommendations during the last financial quarter.
A recent Nielsen report has revealed that consumers in Southeast Asia are increasingly turning to video-on-demand for product information.
New data from eWay breaks out figures for Australia’s online shopping trends by region.
The latest update from NAB’s Online Retail Sales Index shows that online retail continues to outpace its traditional counterpart, particularly with more older consumers taking up the habit.
Can the results of a two-speed retail sector be any more pronounced? The latest NAB Online Retail Sales Index shows online growth versus traditional shrinkage.