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  • / Technology

    Big online spenders like to chat it up, survey suggests

    53% of web shoppers who have engaged in a chat on a site have spent more than $500 online, versus 43% of all those surveyed and 34% of those who’ve never chatted, says the survey sponsored by Bold Software.

    Posted 03/18/2010Katie EvansPost a comment

    53% of web shoppers who have engaged in a chat on a site have spent more than $500 online, versus 43% of all those surveyed and 34% of those who’ve never chatted, says the survey sponsored by Bold Software.
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    Most young teens have purchased online, survey shows

    58% of teens 13 to 17 have made a purchase online, according to a survey by market research firms OTX and Intelligence Group. The average monthly spend among web shoppers in this age group is $46, and the most common items to buy are clothes and music.

    Posted 07/28/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    58% of teens 13 to 17 have made a purchase online, according to a survey by market research firms OTX and Intelligence Group. The average monthly spend among web shoppers in this age group is $46, and the most common items to buy are clothes and music.
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    Is anybody out there?

    77% of respondents to a new survey say they would switch to a competitor if a web site does not provide ways to communicate, such as a phone number, e-mail address or live chat. And consumers won`t spend much time looking for contact information.

    Posted 02/26/2008Don DavisPost a comment

    77% of respondents to a new survey say they would switch to a competitor if a web site does not provide ways to communicate, such as a phone number, e-mail address or live chat. And consumers won`t spend much time looking for contact information.
  • / Press Release

    Anderson Analytics Helps Lingerie Boutique “Under-stand” Buyers’ Attitudes about Underwear

    Anderson Uses Psychological Profiles to Recommend Specific Marketing Strategies Stamford, CT – October 2, 2006–Anderson Analytics, a boutique market research consultancy, recently helped GigisCloset.com, a new online lingerie retailer, better understand how to segment today’s online women. The study utilized AA-Projective, a revolutionary research tool that combines psychoanalytic projective methodology from the social sciences with Anderson...

    Posted 10/06/2006

    Anderson Uses Psychological Profiles to Recommend Specific Marketing Strategies Stamford, CT – October 2, 2006–Anderson Analytics, a boutique market research consultancy, recently helped GigisCloset.com, a new online lingerie retailer, better understand how to segment today’s online women.…
  • / Press Release

    WebSurveyor Releases WebSurveyor 5.7

    HERNDON, VA. (February 1, 2006) – WebSurveyor Corporation, the leading provider of online survey solutions, has announced today the release of WebSurveyor 5.7. The latest version of its award-winning product allows organizations to feed survey data directly into corporate data repositories, intelligently manage mailing lists, present results in a variety of formats, and effectively manage sub accounts across multiple locations. “WebSurveyor...

    Posted 02/03/2006

    HERNDON, VA. (February 1, 2006) – WebSurveyor Corporation, the leading provider of online survey solutions, has announced today the release of WebSurveyor 5.7. The latest version of its award-winning product allows organizations to feed survey data directly into corporate data repositories,…
  • / Technology

    To reach African-American families online, market to women, study says

    Nearly 65% of African-American respondents to a survey of women consumers said the Internet often influences their spending, compared to 58% of white respondents, NiaOnline.com reports.

    Posted 08/18/2005Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Nearly 65% of African-American respondents to a survey of women consumers said the Internet often influences their spending, compared to 58% of white respondents, NiaOnline.com reports.
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    Conversion rates rise, but cart abandonment remains high, study says

    Conversion rates are rising among online retailers – with 21% of retailers, nearly twice as many as last year, reporting rates of 2-3% -- but 90% of retailers have cart abandonment rates higher than 10%, the E-tailing Group reports.

    Posted 04/20/2005Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Conversion rates are rising among online retailers – with 21% of retailers, nearly twice as many as last year, reporting rates of 2-3% -- but 90% of retailers have cart abandonment rates higher than 10%, the E-tailing Group reports.

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  • / Press Release

    WebSurveyor Releases WebSurveyor 5.0

    Conducting online surveys is now easier than ever HERNDON, VA (Dec. 6, 2004) -- WebSurveyor Corporation, the leading provider of do-it-yourself online surveys, today announced the release of WebSurveyor 5.0, the latest version of its award-winning online survey tool. The web-based application unites form and function to make conducting online surveys even easier. This latest version of WebSurveyor offers greater control through a comprehensive...

    Posted 12/10/2004

    Conducting online surveys is now easier than ever HERNDON, VA (Dec. 6, 2004) -- WebSurveyor Corporation, the leading provider of do-it-yourself online surveys, today announced the release of WebSurveyor 5.0, the latest version of its award-winning online survey tool. The web-based application…
  • / Press Release

    WebSurveyor Releases WebSurveyor 5.0

    Conducting online surveys is now easier than ever HERNDON, VA (Dec. 6, 2004) -- WebSurveyor Corporation, the leading provider of do-it-yourself online surveys, today announced the release of WebSurveyor 5.0, the latest version of its award-winning online survey tool. The web-based application unites form and function to make conducting online surveys even easier. This latest version of WebSurveyor offers greater control through a comprehensive...

    Posted 12/06/2004

    Conducting online surveys is now easier than ever HERNDON, VA (Dec. 6, 2004) -- WebSurveyor Corporation, the leading provider of do-it-yourself online surveys, today announced the release of WebSurveyor 5.0, the latest version of its award-winning online survey tool. The web-based application…
  • / Technology

    American Cellars finds online surveys better way to probe customers’ tastes

    Wine purchases can be a pretty picky lot, but American Cellars Wine Club has found the best way to analyze their taste preferences is through online surveys.

    Posted 03/25/2004Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Wine purchases can be a pretty picky lot, but American Cellars Wine Club has found the best way to analyze their taste preferences is through online surveys.
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