To stay afloat in a competitive retail market, brands constantly look for new ways to deepen their relationships with customers.
The online fashion retailer ASOS have increased their full year pre-tax profit by 28% to £102 million making this its third consecutive year of sales growth in excess of 20%.
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Content” is all the rage in digital marketing, and it has been ever since brands realized their first websites gave them the power
Conversion rate optimisation can help you to achieve big uplifts from only a few split tests. Find out how AWA Digital achieved a 28% revenue increase for office supplies retailer Paperstone, over just 5 months.
According to a survey by Censuswide for payments company iZettle found that London is the UK’s most eCommerce-addicted region, according to new research, 33 percent of people in the UK claim to be “addicted” to shopping online.
ASOS have now launched on google assistant shopper in the UK and US can initiate conversation with Enki, the ASOS shopping guide
As we all become more accustomed to technology pervading every aspect of our daily lives. A new study, from retail technology expert Conversity has shown that almost 69 per cent of consumers – rising to 86 per cent amongst the millennial generation.
Let’s go back to the times when there were no Facebook, Netflix, and Amazon. At that time the sellers’ life was much simpler. If they wanted to sell something, they published the advertisement in the press, handed out leaflets, invested in TV ads. Generally speaking, sellers communicated and customers listened.
The greatest challenges brands face today are often related to keeping up with the ever-changing demands of customers in an environment shaped by digital disruptions
Snap has announced it’s testing a new visual search tool for its app that will enable users to check Amazon for products and shop for items directly from the app.
When seeing an ad, viewing a web page or scrolling through a social timeline, the majority of consumers do nothing. No action, no clicks, no engagement. What’s missing? Psychology.