Blog posts tagged with "online-vs-in-store"
The Black Friday/Cyber Monday report card
34% of consumers are likely to shop online more than they originally expected between now and Christmas.
Santa’s hunting for discounts
It’s the most wonderful time of the year… for people who aren’t trying to forecast ecommerce peak demand amid inflationary pressures
The not-so-distant echo of school bells
It’s that time of year again for many parents in the U.S.
Is crime hurting in-store or online sales more?
Concern about crime is causing more than a third of consumers to change their shopping behaviors.
Omnichannel, Omicron, and on and on
Two-thirds of consumers are concerned about the Omicron variant. Half plan to alter shopping habits.
Gift cards will fuel the 12 days after Christmas
More than half of consumers plan to spend gift cards received within weeks of this holiday
A Delta in consumer behavior
The new surge in COVID-19 cases is altering consumer behaviors—again—ahead of peak season
A kinder, gentler shopper?
Consumers expect to have issues shopping this holiday. Here’s how they’re adapting.
Peak purchasing preview
We asked consumers when and how much they expect to spend this holiday. The answers weren’t what we were expecting.
Mid-term report cards
Halfway to peak 2021 and amid pandemic recovery, we asked consumers to grade their online order experiences by retail category.
Green acres is the place to be
The physical dispersion of consumers will change everything…and also ecommerce logistics.
Southern exposure: Canadian attitudes towards US brands
Canadian consumers report spending 41% of their total online purchases with US-based retailers.
The vaccine cometh: what’s on consumers’ minds?
42% of consumers plan to shop even more online after the pandemic ends.
IDK, maybe being undecided is a choice
They may be unsure who to vote for or how they feel about the pandemic, but undecided voters are certain about these two things.
All at once: when consumers, culture, and COVID-19 collide
What we’ve discovered—and still have to learn—about the new age of ecommerce order experiences.