Studies are often pages-long and weighed down with numbers. We extract all the important data from studies or infographics and prepare it for our visitors. This always provides Handelskraft readers with all the relevant statistics, data, and facts at a glance. Apart from this, we also interpret the data and facts, identifying new trends or developments within the e-commerce scene.
Coupon marketing generates new customers and activates existing ones. The deals.com Coupon Study 2014 shows how well-liked vouchers and coupons are among online shoppers. 50 percent of those surveyed have used a coupon two to five times so far this year.
The lucrative online couponing market
The deals.com Coupon Study 2014 delivers interesting figures on coupon users in 2013 and 2014. 47 percent of those surveyed say that they would shop in a new shop because of a coupon. 14 percent of those surveyed even shop in a shop only if they find or receive the right coupon beforehand. Coupons with a minimum order value seem to be especially fruitful: 46 percent of customers have spent more in order to reach a minimum order value of a coupon. Every fifth person says they spend more than planned, as they assumed that they then save (even)more money.
Who’d have thought? According to a study from bevh, trust still plays a central role in the selection of a webshop. Additionally, customers want to know when their package will arrive. If the order also reaches the customer on the delivery date provided, they are more than satisfied. Apart from this, further results of the study relate to the various purchasing behaviours of both sexes, as well as the way returns are taken for granted.
Strangely, considering the B2B market is decidedly larger than the B2C market, there are comparatively few statistics for B2B e-commerce. Strictly speaking, B2B e-commerce accounts for over 95 percent of the entire e-commerce market volume and generates 870 billion euros turn over. This becomes less surprising, when one realises that B2B generate only one percent of this turnover online.
“Is your mobilephone a smartphone?” Second Screen, tablet commerce, browsers vs apps – trends and topics in mobile web are still unchartered territory. In addition, the divide between the possibilities and the actual acceptance rate in Germany is increasing further. Not without reason, on regital.de Hagen Fiskeck asked if we will become a country of mobile development