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Retailers believe that early birds and primetime shoppers are the most important holiday audience. Procrastinators? Not so much.
Consumers are becoming accustomed to using voice commands, but it's still a minority who use them regularly. According to an August 2018 Social Lens survey, 70% of US internet users have ever used a voice command on any device, though that figure drops to one-third for those who use them as part of their daily routine.
Along with meal kits and instant ramen, food delivery has vastly altered the American palate for at-home dining. But despite growing competition in the digital delivery space, not everyone has embraced it.
According to a new survey from Fetch, more than four in 10 consumers say they have ordered food to go while on their daily commute.
A new National Retail Federation study examines what it is calling "value shoppers," the 89% of US consumers who frequent discount retailers. With a figure that high, this behavior transcends gender, region, income and age.
Social media is hardly synonymous with shopping, but that hasn't stopped social platforms from positioning themselves as pseudo-retailers.
A recent study from Forrester Consulting and RetailMeNot revealed that over 70% of shoppers agree that discounts can influence where they shop. RetailMeNot shares three findings on how the right offer at the right time can persuade a reluctant buyer.
Nearly half of US internet users surveyed by Periscope By McKinsey said they plan to shop for Black Friday deals online.
Everyone knows shoppers love discounts, but how do they find them and which channels do they prefer?