Tag: shopping

The Average Asian-American Spends $1,151 Each Year Shopping Online

“Asian Americans’ preference for everything digital boils down to two things: convenience and customization, according to Nielsen. What if they’re away from the TV? No problem, as most programs can be streamed on a smartphone. What if they want news designed specifically for them? That’s easy, by tuning into an online Asian-American news show broadcast. The convenience that mobile devices have brought to digital content platforms can also be found in the ever-growing world of e-commerce, where Asian Americans lead, both in total dollars spent and in number of purchases made.”

The Back to School Shopping Season is Off to an Early Start

According to internal data from RetailMeNot, Inc., mid-July has become the unofficial kickoff of the back-to-school shopping season, with consumers and retailers alike taking note.

Food Stores Can Lure Lunch Crowd with Healthy Deli Meats

“While breakfast may have earned the moniker of “the most important meal of the day,” lunch is a key meal for today’s busy consumers to keep their blood sugar up throughout the day. And with lunch meat a convenient source of protein, whether it’s eaten on a sandwich, in a salad or on its own, it should be a lunchtime staple, says Nielsen.”

More Than 30% of Women Buy at Least One New Pair of Shoes Monthly

DSW kicked off its new DSW VIP loyalty program by collecting insights into the relationship between women and shoes through a survey taken by its loyal membership. Results from the March 2018 survey, completed by 4,383 of DSW’s female loyalty members, reveals how closely their feelings about shoe shopping align with the perks of DSW VIP.

70 Percent Want to See Engaging, Mixed-Use Malls

From shopping center to inclusive community space, America’s malls are evolving. “The narrative around the death of the mall is a myth and consumers don’t believe they are going to lose their local center anytime soon. Consumer demands and habits are evolving and malls are adapting to those new behaviors. The general sentiment is that malls will continue to play an important role but they will look different in the future, which is positive for communities across the country,” said ICSC President and CEO Tom McGee.

New Study Shows Flat Engagement for Small Business Saturday

SalesFuel’s Small Business Saturday free white paper vital to helping businesses boost participation on Nov. 25 Small Business Saturday this year is November 25 and in advance of it, SalesFuel is releasing its free white paper, “2017 Small Business Saturday Shoppers: Helping Small Businesses Compete with Big-Box and Online Giants.” In it, SalesFuel uses data

Marketers to Explore Social Shopping Options

Consumers are accessing the web like never before now that they have capable mobile devices. While some of their daily activity is all about messaging and keeping in touch with friends, they are also checking out retail sites. And industry analysts predict that retailers may soon roll out ways to shop via social media sites.