Three-quarters of affluent consumers are planning on making apparel purchases during the next year, but are also becoming more price conscious, according to a new study by Unity Marketing.
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Mobile’s share of digital ad spending is growing more quickly than expected and, as a result, the spend on desktop ads will peak next year as marketers turn their focus to reaching smartphone and tablet users, according to new data from eMarketer.
Sixty-three percent of consumers who plan to buy luxury products and have a household income of more than $500,000 said that they find advertisements in newspapers to be the most effective compared to other channels, according to new research from the Shullman Research Center.
Mobile users on Windows are more responsive than Apple or Android users, according to a new analysis of more than one billion mobile messaging transactions for retail and gaming brands.
Internet users in the United States generate 66.3 percent of global searches for luxury hotel brands with New York securing the No. 1 spot as the most-searched for destination, according to a new report from Digital Luxury Group.
VIENNA, Austria – An executive from American Express at the FT Business of Luxury Summit 2013 shared new findings that verify the power of a multichannel brand presence to push not only accessible luxury, but also the highest-end products.
VIENNA, Austria – An executive from American Express at the FT Business of Luxury Summit 2013 shared new findings concerning a consumer segment called the luxury newcomers that, on average, makes up 25 percent of fashion brands’ customer base.
Bloomingdale’s, Montblanc and Nordstrom have shown strong multichannel commerce efforts through their email campaigns that drive consumers to purchase both online and in-stores, according to the latest study from L2 Think Tank.
Brands are embracing tablet marketing because it enables them to engage with influential customers who spend less time on PCs and print media. However, for an effective strategy, brands need to make sure they understand the difference between tablets and smartphones.
Growing use of smartphones and tablets is influencing travel research and purchases, with 52 percent of consumers having used a mobile device to book travel in the last 90 days compared to 48 percent on a laptop, according to a new report from JiWire.