Personalization is what empowers retailers to create a 1-1 relationship with customers online. By tracking engagement and other KPIs, you can quickly take stock of how are you doing with those relationships.
Malcolm Gladwell recently popularized the term ‘outlier’ when referring to successful individuals. In data terms, however, outliers are data points that are far removed from other data points, or flukes.
Continuing our series on “2013 Season of Shopping Insights,” we analyzed shopping behavior in the top 50 cities across the US (including mobile share of views, and mobile share of sales) and uncovered some regional shopping patterns—and anomalies—that may surprise you.
As a data-driven company that derives relevant shopping insights from the billions of shopping sessions we touch each year, we wanted to assemble a series of interesting take-aways that showcase notable trends of the all-important holiday shopping season.
The oldest and largest marketing data aggregator, Acxiom, recently opened up its database to let individuals see and edit the data that the company has collected about them. Data scientists and marketers have been viewing the data and, often, chuckling at its inaccuracy.
The lack of quality metrics available continues to stymie the advertising industry’s ability to justify spend. While still important, a “click” and/or “view” just doesn’t get me that excited anymore. In order to keep the momentum behind the shift towards digital media, we need to empower our brand partners with better tools to justify this industry change.
Oh, Facebook. Everyday, we log in to check out our news feed, update our status, see who posted to our wall or tagged us in incriminating photos from last weekend. Activities that were meaningless to most of us five years ago are now ingrained into our daily lives.