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Big Data"? Share your opinion below Strategyadxs By Writing Article COMPANIES Abr 26, 2013 Those little problems that cause consumers big frustrations 57% are very uncomfortable about the complications when returning an online purchase Tags consumers companies customers frustration read later Digital Marketing Courses Digital Marketing | SEO | SEM | Web Design | Web Analytics | programmatic Companies and businesses are continually struggling to maintain the loyalty of their customers, but sometimes, small or not so small frustrations caused by a service worse than expected, the lack of integration between online and offline stores, among others, ask consumers put much more on their part, resulting in their disaffection and their departure to other companies or brands. Consumers are not tied to a single brand or provider, being able to be selective when deciding where to make their purchases, and 58% of them have terminated their contracts, or changed providers, due to continuous service failures, according to a study Canadian Hospitals Email List conducted by Redwood Software. Thus, 45% of consumers have changed their telephone provider, 49% have changed providers of service companies (electricity, gas, etc.), 25% a bank, 28% an internet service provider, 21% % supermarket. The study has also found that there are a whole series of elements that also particularly annoy consumers. Among all these, we can mention the following: 57% are very uncomfortable about the complications when returning an online purchase; 55% are irritated by the need to repeat the same personal information to a customer service operator; 50% admit that it bothers them a lot when they want to buy something online and when they find it, it is not available; 49% feel upset about not knowing how long it will take to get what they bought online, and also if they go to a store to buy something and find that it is not in stock; 47% find it especially unpleasant to have to wait for their purchase money to be returned when returning an item purchased online; 45% are annoyed that a loyalty program offers discounts on products they do not buy; And finally, 39% are bothered by not receiving confirmation of an item return.
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muskan27
Jul 16, 2022
In Welcome to the Food Forum
brands eMarketer estimates that the global advertising market exceeded half a trillion dollars in 2012 (509.1 billion), with North America and Asia-Pacific accounting for half of the total volume. Growth in 2012 was solid, with 5.4% compared to 3.8% in 2011. For this year of 2013, the forecasts are for growth of 5.2% to reach 535 billion, and annual expectations between 4.4% and 5.5% until 2017, when it is expected to reach a volume of 650 billion. eMarketer's estimates have been reduced slightly from the last forecast in December 2012, when the market was estimated to end the year with a volume of around 520 billion dollars. The revision has come as figures from major buyers, analysts and investment banks suggest that spending levels in certain markets remained lower than expected. The main responsible for this lower figure is Europe, where the health of the economies is generating a withdrawal both in consumers and, consequently, in companies. The weakness of the euro is also contributing to these changes. The Western European market continues to represent the third largest world market, well ahead of Latin America, which is in fourth place. North America and Gmail Email List Asia-Pacific will continue to lead global spending, with Asia also narrowing the gap to the North American market. By 2017, Asia-Pacific will have reached 31.9%, compared to 32.7% in North America, from 29.7% and 34.6% forecast for 2013. Western Europe will have decreased its share to 18.8% from the current 21%. The Middle East and Africa (3.4% in 2013 and 3.6% in 2017) and Central and Eastern Europe (4.2% and 4.5%) will continue to be the smallest markets. Latin America will remain in fourth place, but will have gone from the 7% forecast for 2013 to 8.5% in 2017) May 3, 2013 The digital market for luxury goods skyrockets globally Online sales of personal luxury items are expected to see significant growth Tags luxury Business business read later favorites 0 ads. The union of 2 market leaders We generate value through data solutions: validation, enrichment, analysis and activation Concerns about the world economy do not reduce, but quite the opposite, the appetite for luxury goods and articles, as shown by the latest study by the Bain & Company consultancy that has just been published. In fact, demand for luxury goods has remained very strong, with global revenue growing 10% in 2012, from $192 billion in 2011 to $212 billion in 2012.
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