It had to happen sometime. Santa’s longstanding Christmas conditioning whereby good behaviour earns presents has finally been toppled. Justin Schamotta, staff writer for Credit Card Comparison, looks at why kids need to education on the perils of credit card fruad.
Independent research commissioned by Callcredit Information Group has today revealed consumers’ attitudes towards giving out personal details in store, as 38% of Brits never divulge their details to retailers, and almost one in ten (8%) admit to giving out fake contact details to avoid being contacted.
UK high-street stores risk squandering consumer brand loyalty this Christmas through over reliance on money-off vouchers and heavy discounts, according to the 2010 Maximiles Loyalty Report.
Creating a separate ‘gift centre’ for customers makes the online shopping process quick and effective, writes Hosein Moghaddas, VP & MD International, GSI Commerce.
One third of the world’s most visited sites take more than a second to load on an iPad, threatening revenues as the tablet device grows in popularity, according to new research.
How will social media, smartphones and tighter budgets affect staff training next year? Robin Hoyle, head of learning, Infinity Learning offers 11 trends that could shape learning in 2011?
The busiest day for pre-Christmas online shopping was ‘Cyber Sunday’ December 5th, with Lego the most searched for gift, according to new research.
Last week saw cyber attacks on several commercial websites by hackers who claim they are supporting WikiLeaks. Andrew Miller, director, OneSecurity, PwC, comments on the shoppers caught in the crossfire as MasterCard and Paypal come under attack.
British women start their Christmas shopping well before the men, according to a new online poll.
Social media agency Yomego has launched an social media app that tracks what people across the world are wishing for this Christmas on Facebook and Twitter.