A report from BrandProject documents the rise of new email phishing and fake mobile apps hoping to capitalize on the holiday shopping rush.
While nearly 60 percent of holiday shoppers plan to shop online, most have no patience for a website that takes more than three seconds to load.
Conversation about #CyberMonday on Twitter was up 75 percent compared to last year.
MineWhat.com compiled data to provide insight into what motivates shoppers.
Amongst retailers, Wal-Mart has the highest Black Friday engagement.
Klout analysed social data from the National Retail Federation Top 100 to bring us the Klout 50: Retail Edition.
According to a recent e-commerce study, consumers abandon carts when shipping rates are too high, or they don’t want to create a profile.
Facebook and Pinterest are the most popular destinations for social shoppers.
Consumers are using new digital tools for social shopping, and marketers are missing out on the opportunity.
A new survey from Scanlife details how often consumers interact with online coupons, deals and how mobile is impacting shopping.