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  • Most Americans agree: The Internet isn’t destroying society

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    Most Americans agree: The Internet isn’t destroying society

    The World Wide Web turns 25 on March 12, and the Pew Research Center has released the first in a series of surveys gauging how U.S. residents view and use the now-pervasive technology. 76% say it has been good for society on the whole, while 90% say it has been good for them personally.

    Posted 02/27/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    The World Wide Web turns 25 on March 12, and the Pew Research Center has released the first in a series of surveys gauging how U.S. residents view and use the now-pervasive technology. 76% say it has been good for society on the whole, while 90% say it has been good for them personally.
  • Online consumers show greater loyalty to fewer retailers

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    Online consumers show greater loyalty to fewer retailers

    A new global survey credits better branding, loyalty programs and social media for the trend. But the report also shows that fears about the security of personal data shared online prevent some consumers from making online purchases.

    Posted 02/24/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    A new global survey credits better branding, loyalty programs and social media for the trend. But the report also shows that fears about the security of personal data shared online prevent some consumers from making online purchases.

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  • Fans mobilize for Super Bowl shopping

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    Fans mobilize for Super Bowl shopping

    Nearly three-quarters of searches on sporting goods  and team apparel retail sites in advance of game day this year were on mobile devices, according to study by SLI Systems. Fans are also buying big-ticket items—like TVs and gaming consoles—from their smartphones this year, the CEO of comparison shopping site and app BuyVia says.

    Posted 01/31/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    Nearly three-quarters of searches on sporting goods ?and team apparel retail sites in advance of game day this year were on mobile devices, according to study by SLI Systems. Fans are also buying big-ticket items—like TVs and gaming consoles—from their smartphones this year, the CEO of…

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  • Car shoppers now kick tires via the web

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    Car shoppers now kick tires via the web

    A new report from the Interactive Advertising Bureau says automotive shoppers are more likely to own smartphones and tablets and research products online regularly than are other shoppers. Consumers planning to buy cars are more likely to respond to digital marketing than are other shoppers.

    Posted 01/13/2014Madeline C. AndrePost a comment

    A new report from the Interactive Advertising Bureau says automotive shoppers are more likely to own smartphones and tablets and research products online regularly than are other shoppers. Consumers planning to buy cars are more likely to respond to digital marketing than are other shoppers.

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    Experian Marketing Services shows email volume increased nearly 13 percent Q3 2013

    2013 Q3 Email Benchmark Report reveals unique open rates increased 6 percent — further evidence that personalization and cross-sell drive transactional success

    Posted 12/16/2013

    2013 Q3 Email Benchmark Report reveals unique open rates increased 6 percent — further evidence that personalization and cross-sell drive transactional success

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