Retailers looking for an upper hand on mobile this holiday season may want to boost their efforts to drive installs in September, when acquisition costs are at their lowest while install-to-purchase rates are still high, according to a new report from Liftoff.
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Luxury automakers vastly outperform mass-market competitors in measurements of owner attachment and excitement, according to a new study by J.D. Power.
While Amazon continues to grow, its penetration into the most affluent households has decreased over the past year, according to new research from the Shullman Research Center.
Once a vehicle for driving short-term sales, shopper marketing now plays a role in motivating behavior, according to findings from the Association of National Advertisers and GfK.
High-spending Middle Eastern clientele hold a large growth potential for Western brands, provided marketers do their due diligence in getting to know these consumers and their cultures, according to a report from Fashionbi.
Nearly all consumers would be less likely to stay loyal to an automaker if it is hacked, according to the 2016 KPMG Consumer Loss Barometer study.
Retailers can no longer rely on a bricks-and-mortar network to measure revenue growth as sales decline and foot traffic drops off. Instead, specialty retail brands must search for a new growth narrative.
U.S. electronic automaker Tesla Motors’ Model S is the ideal luxury passenger vehicle, according to research and consulting firm AutoPacific, Inc.
With new releases launched throughout the year, the fragrance market offers consumers an enormous selection, but there has been little change among the top perfumes.
Travel is an essential part of life for two-thirds of China’s outbound travelers, according to a report from Hotels.com.