With a number of non-Apple tablet devices slated for release in Australia before Christmas, it seems the tablet revolution has arrived.
As a child, I can remember listening to my nanna talk to her next door neighbours about new products. There was the new washing powder that really did make the whites whiter and the mixes that would deliver a delicious cake in minutes rather than hours. These conversations would last for hours – or so it […]
AIMIA and ACRS study indicates that retailers do not perceive the online channel as facilitative of purchases, find social media ‘interesting’ and that email and SEO are still key priorities.
Online user mindset and their overall online experience should be at the forefront for retailers when considering online ad placement.
E-coupons are here to stay. Australian online shoppers are becoming increasingly e-coupon savvy, as two of the nation’s most popular coupon sites are taking advantage of this exploding phenomenon.
Alarming results from the latest MYOB Business Monitor Survey indicate that Australian businesses are slow to get online.
Editor and publisher of Power Retail Grant Arnott reports on the big insights and news from this major US e-commerce conference and event.
Studies show that retailers must look to reaching a new, emerging audience – the mobile-only shoppers.
The South Australian Government releases a Social Media Policy that all Australian e-commerce businesses can learn from.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics updates its Internet Activity Survey, giving further insight into how Australians are engaging with the online world.