Posts Tagged ‘Online Shopping’

Nearly All U.S. Consumers Plan Majority of Holiday Shopping Online

Consumers are shunning brick-and-mortar stores this holiday season with over 95 percent choosing to buy half or more of their gifts online, according to the results of a new study from multi-channel engagement platform Leanplum.

Younger Americans (Millennials and Gen Zs) are leading the
online shopping trend…

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Will You Be “Workshopping” This Holiday Season?

“Workshoppers” — employees who shop online from the office using corporate devices — are rampant in the office, new research shows. According to a survey by staffing firm Robert Half Technology, nearly two-thirds of professionals said they plan to shop online from work this holiday season.

But are employers OK with…

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Most Employees Shop While at Work, Survey Finds

A survey from staffing firm Robert Half Technology finds that most U.S. workers are shopping while at work.

Nearly two-thirds (65 percent) of employees admit to minimizing their screens when a manager approaches during an online shopping session.

Sixty four percent say they have used their lunch break…

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The New Retail: Showrooming, Webrooming

Do you shop for products in stores, then buy them online at a discount? Conversely, do you use online browsing to find products, then go to stores to buy them? If you do either of these things, the retail industry has a name for you.

According to pollster Harris, the…

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Password Rules Annoy French Online Shoppers

How many passwords must we keep track of? This is on the minds of many online shoppers this season as they navigate logins, security questions and other formalities that can make online holiday shopping a drag.

These were the findings of a new study from the researchers at Kaspersky Lab…

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