1. analyticisms:

A great chart about the relative trust levels of various sources.  This makes the point about reviews but, to us, it shows how critical WOM overall is.  And what better place to create WOM than social media?
The rest of the white paper by 360i about the importance of rating sand reviews in social commerce is really interesting too.

    analyticisms:

    A great chart about the relative trust levels of various sources.  This makes the point about reviews but, to us, it shows how critical WOM overall is.  And what better place to create WOM than social media?

    The rest of the white paper by 360i about the importance of rating sand reviews in social commerce is really interesting too.

  2. markhesketh:

Archiduchesse.
E-commerce inspiration.
http://www.archiduchesse.com/

    markhesketh:

    Archiduchesse.

    E-commerce inspiration.

    http://www.archiduchesse.com/

  3. mediainfographics:

The Retail Showdown of the 21st Century: Who’s Winning: Amazon or Walmart? (Credit: http://mashable.com/2011/06/21/amazon-walmart-infographic/)

    mediainfographics:

    The Retail Showdown of the 21st Century: Who’s Winning: Amazon or Walmart? (Credit: http://mashable.com/2011/06/21/amazon-walmart-infographic/)

  4. The mobile ecommerce explosion - Infographic

    pdjohnson:

    In 2009 the market was worth $1.9 billion. By 2015 mobile commerce will be worth $15 billion globally. Right now 

    • 51% of shoppers are more likely to buy from retailers with mobile specific websites
    • Men aged 30-49 are most likely to buy via mobile platforms

    Source http://www.mobi-cart.com/blog/industry/mobile-e-commerce-infographic

    Mobile-commerce-infographic
  5. Social Shop/Social Personalisation

    gssi:

    “Research found that by adding viral sharing features to a product (and by extension, to a purchase), businesses can increase peer influence (social contagion) 246% for broadcast-passive ‘Like’-like shares, and 98% for personal-active ‘Send’-like shares…” Continue reading here

    Social AMP is the company behind it.. they also did Levi’s Friends store

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