Aimia has released a report on mobile shoppers, from those who routinely use devices for research (Exploiters) to those who are more influenced by in-store experiences (Traditionalists).
Mobile-assisted shoppers (or m-shoppers) are a relatively new species in the retail jungle: 21% of today’s consumers use mobile devices in stores to assist with their shopping, according to a new report from loyalty management company Aimia.
The study, which surveyed 3,000 consumers in Canada, the U.S. and the U.K., reveals five groups of shoppers who use mobile in varying degrees when it comes to making purchase decisions online and in-store. Below is a snapshot of who these mobile-savvy consumers are, what makes them tick and the implications for retailers...
Via Jeff Domansky