• Thursday , 23 February 2017

Daily Cashback Industry News

Cashback News: Ecommerce & retail holiday news roundup

Cashback News: Ecommerce & retail holiday news roundup

Leading into the critical US holiday shopping season, we've got our latest look at the e-commerce and retail news roundup. It starts with Adobe's 2016 Digital Insights Shopping Predictions for $91.6 billion in total sales and $1 billion online. According to McKinsey, 39% of US and 42% of UK shoppers will do the majority or all their shopping online this year.

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Cashback News: Asia e-commerce booming – news & trends

Cashback News: Asia e-commerce booming – news & trends

We start with a report from eMarketer predicting e-commerce sales of $14 billion in 2016 for the region. Criteo says consumers used smartphones to complete the majority of mobile transactions in every Asia-Pacific market for the first time. Indonesian consumers used smartphones in 83% of transactions.

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Cashback News: Retail & e-commerce holiday sales predictions

Cashback News: Retail & e-commerce holiday sales predictions

Holiday sales predictions? Adobe Digital Insights predicts 2016 online sales will be up 11%. 55% of US and UK retailers say Amazon will drive the majority of their holiday sales this year according to research by ChannelAdvisor and Morar Consulting.

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Cashback News: What’s the forecast for holiday gift card sales?

Cashback News: What’s the forecast for holiday gift card sales?

The National Retail Federation said US e-gift card sales reached $7.1 billion in 2015, up 26%. Retail Gift Card Association said 45% of consumers will spend more than the value of their gift card.

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Cashback News: Who’s using cashback strategies for success?

Cashback News: Who’s using cashback strategies for success?

Cashback for consumers is still one of the most effective promotional strategies in the marketers' toolbox. We've got an update on the latest cashback programs, companies and how they're wooing consumers to buy.

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Cashback News: What the Brexit? What’s ahead?

Cashback News: What the Brexit? What’s ahead?

What's happening in the UK economy and how are consumers and business responding to the eventual departure from the EU? As you might expect, it depends. We're here with an update on Brexit's impact to help you make sense of what's ahead.

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Cashback News: Mobile commerce breaking through in US retail

Cashback News: Mobile commerce breaking through in US retail

US mobile commerce is growing fast and Astound Commerce expects it to reach 33% of online sales or $130.92 billion. According to L2 Intelligence Report – Mobile retailers are under-investing in mobile to date even though 85% of global smartphone owners have used a smartphone to shop inside a bricks and mortar store.

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Cashback News: How are US retailers getting ready for holiday sales?

Cashback News: How are US retailers getting ready for holiday sales?

National Retail Federation forecasts 3.6% US retail sales growth to $655.8 billion — significantly higher than the 10-year average of 2.5%. E-commerce sales will grow between 7%-10%. Bain Capital says retail sales could grow up to 4% and SeekingAlpha predicts online sales will increase 17.2% this year.

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Cashback News – Oct 17: Aiming for Amazon: Competitors looking for ways to beat the e-commerce giant

Cashback News – Oct 17: Aiming for Amazon: Competitors looking for ways to beat the e-commerce giant

Look out Amazon! From Walmart and Jet.com to Target, Flipkart and even Macy's, competitors are looking for ways to beat you at your e-commerce game. Today, we'll look at how they're hoping to find any weak spots but they're going to have to work incredibly hard and move very fast to keep up with Amazon.

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Cashback News – Oct 12: India e-commerce Festival sales, news update

Cashback News – Oct 12: India e-commerce Festival sales, news update

With total sales of 15.5 million products to more than 100,000 customers, Flipkart claimed to be this year's biggest Festival sales seller. Amazon sold more than 15 million products to come in a close second while Snapdeal said it sold more than 11 million products.

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