The third Monday of January is called Blue Monday because it is considered the “most depressing day of the year”. This belief has no scientific basis. However, the lack of energy and optimism after the holiday season is a fact. And, many of us experience this melancholy during January. Read more
In 2010, Sheryl Sandberg of Facebook stated that “it was the end of email”. Ten years later, it has been proved as a hasty and denied conclusion. Email is one of the most effective and flexible marketing tools in the last decade. Besides being able to adapt and move to the rhythm of technological innovations. Read more
In recent years, Boxing Day has risen as the day to get the maximum revenue for retailers. In 2018, during Boxing Day only a total of £ 8.8 million in sales was registered. It was a record day of spending in the United Kingdom. More than 27 million people around the country purchased something. A significant result compared to the £ 12 million spent during the Christmas and New Year period together. Read more
A decade ago, smartphones and mobile apps took the world by storm. Having a smartphone become a need, and mobile apps were considered an essential tool for any brand that would like to attract the attention of a booming consumer segment: mobile device users. Ten years later, its use continues to increase. By 2020, the number of smartphone owners is projected to reach 2.87 billion.
The importance of Black Friday is such that most of the behaviour spotted during this season can defined eCommerce trends for next year. For example, according to Deloitte, 50% of this year’s holiday shoppers now say they prefer online shopping to brick-and-mortar. The multichannel shopper spent €82 more on average than those who only shopped in stores. Read more