Men are more likely to buy high-tech gifts this year, while women are more likely to choose toys and games, with CDs and DVDs proving most popular with both sexes, according to new research.
More than a third of people intend to reduce their spend this Christmas, with 65% of people planning to start their shopping early in order to spread the cost in the wake of the Government’s spending cuts, according to a new forecast.
There remain some significant challenges for brands, such as control and ROI, before they invest more heavily in social media, according to new research from the Internet Advertising Bureau – the trade association for digital advertising and ISBA, the Voice of British Advertisers.
Asos is developing a new feature on its online fashion that it hopes will encourage smaller, independent designers to sell through its website.
UK consumers were exposed to 221 billion display ads during the thirds quarter of this year, representing a 34% rise on the same period last year.
US electricals retail giant Best Buy has launched its UK transactional website, including customer recommendations from a partnership with Reevoo.
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With UK shopper expected to spend £6.4bn in December, up from £5.5bn last year, how are retailers preparing for the busiest time of the year? Trade body IMRG and consultancy Capgemini caught up with some of the key players in the UK ecommerce industry for their thoughts…
Brits are predicted to spend £6.4 bn in December, up from £5.5 billion last year, but will be looking to spread the costs in times of economic uncertainty, according to a new study.
Research from website monitoring and load testing specialist, Site Confidence, an NCC Group plc company, has found that e-retailers are under-prepared for the Christmas shopping rush, and could miss out on valuable sales.