The Internet has forever changed how retail businesses operate and how consumers shop. I enjoyed this infograph and wanted to share it with you since the stats are well researched and the impact offline to retail is quite astounding. Looking forward to new advertising tools that will allow retailers to track instore visits from an ad click as discussed in the Spring edition of Digital Dollars and Sense . Full credits to the infograph’s publisher and creators are provided below.
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Paid Search Ads Come to App Store
Apple has rolled out the ability to place Search ads in the Apple App Store. As an introduction, Apple is offering a $100 credit for a first time campaign.
Analysts argue that the main rationale for this new product appears to be app discovery and that Apple is simply mirroring what Google has had with search ads in the Play store for well over a year.
If you are considering this opportunity, keep in mind that roughly 50 percent of smartphone owners don’t download any new apps in a given month, while the other 50% download two apps/mo. on average.