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Smartphone Is Always A +

Smartphone Is Always A +

Smartphone Is Always A +

Figures Smartphone

76% 15+ equipped with a smartphone

Top 5 uninstalled apps categories

  • 54% Games
  • 21% Lifestyle / navigation, etc
  • 17% News
  • 14% Travel
  • 14% Sport / health

Operating systems

  • 63% Android OS
  • 27% Apple OS
  • 7% Microsoft OS
  • 3% Other OS

Top 5 categories of apps downloaded

  • 50% Games
  • 34% Social media
  • 28% Weather forecasts
  • 27% Instant messaging
  • 22% Bank

Source: Mediametrie - EBG 207

4 Awesome Ways To Test Cross-Browser Compatibility

Something that makes a website greatis when it is compatible in multiple browsers regardless of version. Technically this is referred to as cross-browser compatibility.

At BrowserStack, you get instant access to real desktop and mobile browsers for development and testing. Test your public and internal websites in 4 different ways:

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Screenshots: Check web page layouts across multiple browsers at once. Take screenshots instantly.

Responsive: View websites on real devices, with actual screen sizes, resolutions and viewports. Optimize your design.

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Abandoned Shopping Carts

Too many abandoned shopping carts are most of the problem for most online marketers. In fact, almost three-quarters of shopping carts worldwide are abandoned before the potential customer enters their payment information.

Follow Up

If you’re not following up with potential customers who were close to completing a purchase, you’re quite simply missing out on sales.

Data from eMarketer shows that a retargeting message within an hour of abandoning the cart results in a 20.3% conversion rate. Second and third messages also convert well, with a third message after 72 hours converting at 18.2 percent. eMarketer’s statistics are based on emails, but they note that retargeting ads are another key option for this kind of messaging.

Dynamic Ads

Using dynamic ads in combination with data gleaned from the Facebook Pixel, you can serve ads promoting the exact product currently sitting abandoned in your potential customer’s shopping cart, providing the nudge your fans need to head back to your website and complete the sale. You could even offer an incentive, like a discount or free shipping, to help overcome the challenges that may have caused them to abandon the cart in the first place.


 Image via eMarketer.

Top 10 U.S. Franchise

Top 10 us franchise

Meet The Leaders

10. RE/MAX

Type: Real Estate
Founded: 1973, Denver
Worlwide Units: 7 275
US Units: 3 654
Cost to open a store: US$ 37.5K - 224K
The name: derived from real estate and maximus


Type: Haircuts for men
Founded: 1993, Austin, Texas
Units: 1 625, all in North America
States with a sport clip francise: 50
Cost to open a store: US$ 183.3K - 351.5K
Slogan: "It's good to be a guy"


Type: Chicken Wings
Founded: 1994, Garland, Tex
Units: 949
Units outside the US: 67
Cost to open a store: US$ 238.4K - 922.9K
Billionth wing sold in: 2002


Type: Home improvement & tools
Founded: 1924, Chicago
Worlwide Units: 4 900
Number of stores in the US: 4 335
Cost to open a store: US$ 272,5K - 1,6M


Type: Soft ice cream & fast food
Founded: 1940, Joliet, Illinois
Worlwide Units: 6 700
US Units: 4 460
Cost to open a store: US$ 361.5K - 1.8M


Type: Sandwiches
Founded: 1983, Charleston, Illinois
US Units: 2 600
Cost to open a store: US$ 325.5K - 555K
Age at which founder Jimmy John Liautaud opened his 1st shop: 19


Type: Shipping services
Founded: 1980, as Mailbox, Etc; acquired and renamed The UPS Store in 2012
Worlwide Units: 4 943
US Units: 4 590
Cost to open a store: US$ 159.2K - 434.5K


Type: Donuts and coffeehouse
Founded: 1950, Quincy, Massachusetts
Worlwide Units: 12 000
US Units: 8600
Cost to open a store: US$ 228.6K - 1.75M
Cups of coffee sold per second: 30


Type: Burger restaurant
Founded: 1955, San Bernardino, California
Worlwide Units: 36 000
US Units: 14 000
Cost to open a store: US$ 1M - 2.2M


Founded: 1927, Oak Cliff, Texas
Worlwide Units: 60 000
US Units: 8 504
Cost to open a store: US$ 37.2K - 1.6MHow often a new store opens: every 3.5 hours

Source: Entrepreneur

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You Have 2 Seconds To Make A First Impression


Judgments made after a 100-ms exposure correlated highly with judgments made in the absence of time constraints, suggesting that this exposure time was sufficient for participants to form an impression.

One's first impressions are affected by whether he or she is alone or with any number of people.

The 2 traits most quickly detected and evaluated in a study of human faces are trustworthiness and attractiveness. And followed by: likeability, competence and aggressiveness.

Most people want to be around with people they like. People want to do business with people they like.
Be likeable, even in the first 1/10 of a second.

TOP 10 - How To Make A First Impression

  1. Be yourself & think likeable.
  2. A professional appearance will enhance your personal brand.
  3. Plan ahead and find out who will attend the meeting. Do your homework before you show up!
  4. “Rehearsing” what you will say and do in those first seven seconds.
  5. Arrive a few minutes early.
  6. Make very positive eye contact with whomever you meet and greet.
  7. Give a firm hand shake.
  8. It's not about you & listen effectively.
  9. Mind your body language & attitude.
  10. Knowledge is power and say it well!

Remember the details of the first meeting. This is also the golden rule of being a good conversationalist or customer oriented company.

We expect people we meet to have minimum standards of politeness and cleanliness but those standards are subjective.

Once you have done all that, relax! the show must go on. Now is the time to make that first impression pay off.


Adolphs R., Tranel D., Damasio A.R. (1998). The human amygdala in social judgment. Nature, 393, 470–474. Google Scholar CrossRef, Medline

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  • To give your guests the best possible welcome
  • Handover of keys
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  • Do you rent them rarely or regularly?
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5 Ways Retailers Can Step Up their Mobile Game to Capture More Holiday Sales

5 Ways Retailers Can Step Up their Mobile Game to Capture More Holiday Sales

Did you know your mobile app customers are also often your most valuable? Alibaba demonstrated this when they revealed they make more money from their mobile customers (all 427 million of them!) than from their non-mobile customers. eBay did the same when they announced that $9.5 billion of their sales in Q2 of 2016 (or 45% of their GMV) came from mobile. Even more impressive, 57% of all of eBay’s Q2 sales were touched by mobile at some point.

Mobile customers have a big impact on retail, and Alibaba and eBay are just two examples. With so much opportunity to generate more revenue through mobile, particularly during the upcoming holiday shopping season, the importance of understanding customers’ mobile behavior is clear.

To understand how retailers can prepare for the holiday shopping season, Apptentive conducted a consumer survey to find out how consumers plan to use mobile apps to fulfill or aid their shopping needs (results were gathered online from 252 consumers ages 18-65 in the US who use iPhone and Androids daily). You can read the full results here, but in today’s post, we’ll cover the highlights around what we learned, along with sharing actionable advice that you can implement directly into your mobile strategy to set yourself up for success during the busiest shopping season of the year.

Here’s what we found:

Consumers Use Retail Mobile Apps to Buy—Not Just Browse

Our survey revealed that 88% of consumers use retail mobile apps, and 55% use them while shopping in-store. While consumers still use apps to enhance their in-store experience, that’s not all they’re using them for. People are actually using retail apps to shop.

Our survey also found 65% of people that use retail mobile apps plan on using them for at least some of their holiday shopping, and 10% of consumers plan on using retail apps for almost all of their holiday shopping. This includes consumers who plan on making purchases in the app, and using apps to aid their in-store shopping needs. Retail sales on smartphones grew by 54% between 2014 and 2015. 54% of respondents that use retail mobile apps have made a purchase in a retail app in the last month.

Author: Vageesh Kumar