In a country that prizes the individual's right to privacy, data protections are practically nonexistent.
"Big data knows your net worth. It knows that you have a dog. It knows when you're most likely to use a coupon. It knows your favorite brand of detergent. It knows your dress size. It knows about your last speeding ticket, and when you got the oil changed. It knows you have a hunting license."
But little is being done in the U.S. to regulate how much big data knows about consumers.
Android's App Engagement Higher Than iOS But Apple Drives Higher ... Forbes Localytics tracks how often an app is used on Android and Apple's iOS devices. It ranks app retention by how often an app is used ranging from once to 11 times or more.
Customer experience is paramount in today’s online marketplace. Because online shoppers have limitless product options and the ability to compare items instantaneously, it’s not enough to make a flashy site and fill it with high-quality products. You have to make your site’s design and processes all about the customer. In his book Delivering Happiness, Tony
A new "Truth About Shopping" study explores global consumer attitudes and behavior related to all areas of shopping today, including online, mobile and in-store purchasing, views about data and privacy, and preferences about the shopping environment and experience. Conducted by...
'25% of people globally believe it is acceptable to leave a meeting or dinner in order to go to an online sale'
To continue our ongoing series of responsive web design articles here is a collection of 14 free tools. Enjoy! Wirefy A tool that helps you with everything you need to create wireframes. The biggest difference between Wirefy and other wireframe tools is that it helps you create functional responsive wireframe by focusing on the importance of
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I recently spoke to etail expert Michael Ross, chief scientist at eCommera, the software-as-a-service and big data company, about how ecommerce will evolve in the next decade. The changes will be subtle, but marked; here’s what he had to say: 1) Big data will be better used and businesses will be [...]
"The best answer for the customer is ‘yes’, and ecommerce firms who can’t deliver this answer in the now will fall behind."
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