Monthly Archives: December 2012

Is Subscribe & Save Working?

Image from: Subscribe Function / Shutterstock   Auto replenishment programs are supposed to make consumers’ lives easier— they simply sign up and then receive the product at their front door without any hassle or worries. To better understand the extent of awareness and usage of such programs, we took a closer look at Amazon’s Subscribe & Save, one of the better known auto-replenishment programs in the market. In addition to

4 Keys to Improving Any Ecommerce Strategy

Image from: Stopwatch/Magnifying Glass/Faucet/Lightbulb / Shutterstock   This year $1.17 billion was spent on Cyber Monday, marking the heaviest online spending day in history. That’s a lot of capitol being exchanged exclusively online (in terms of Furbies, it’s about 19,500,000, in case anyone was wondering). Inevitably, in the thick of the commercial maelstrom known as The Holiday Season, concepts like Path-to-Purchase are gaining an almost reverent focus. The point of a

Sunday Series: The Eternal, Inevitable Uggs Kicking Butt

Image from: Wedding Uggs / TheWeddingGuru With winter forcing people indoors, into coats and into more layers, I thought this was an adequate time to do a Sunday Series on my favorite piece of winterized clothing: boots. Below is a list of the top ten fasted growing shoe and accessory sites, ranked by increases in their UVs between September and October. It’s expected that boots would be dominating right now,

The Compete Weekly Pulse

$9.2 billion. Billion. That’s 9 billion and then some. That’s enough to buy 16,666,667 Furbies! It’s also the forecast amount of US social media advertising revenues for 2016, up from the $4.6 billion estimate in 2012. According to our sources, social ‘native’ ads are expected to surpass display in growth within the forecast period, capping out at about a $3.85 billion spend in 2016. That’s a lot of Furbies… With