Online shopping for Halloween is expected to grow in Canada in 2022 (by share of online vs. offline purchases), thanks in part to the pandemic and more savvy online marketing. Participation in the creepy holiday is expected to be near normal this year.
I started affiliate marketing in the 90’s. Back then, none of us knew what we were doing and mistakes could happen. Affiliate Managers – when there was one designated at all – fumbled their way through with trial and error. Terms and conditions for joining affiliate programs were inconsistent at best, completely unreasonable at worst. […]
Bloggers can gain an impressive, loyal following on the social Web through excellent content, communication, and trust built through fellowship and familiarity. Their value to brands is in their influence over consumer purchasing, often in a very specific niche.
Coupons have always been a popular and effective way to bring customers into stores and increase sales. I’ve watched them evolve into a digital option for the past 20+ years, as ecommerce and online delivery transformed to better utilize them. Today, with the right tools you can send a digital coupon even more easily than […]
Capterra Canada has released their latest research study of over 600 Canadians to understand the role of online user reviews in consumers’ purchasing decisions. Over half of Canadian consumers think that half or more of reviews on a company’s website are fake; Almost one third of Canadian consumers are reading reviews more now than they […]
By Roland Wilson-Barge The virtual universe of the metaverse is upon us. Facebook has rebranded itself as a metaverse company under the moniker Meta. JP Morgan has opened a bank branch in the metaverse. This new digital reality is being discussed everywhere.
By Sam O’Brien, Chief Marketing Officer, Affise People making money online, either as a primary source of income or via a side hustle, is not uncommon these days, and has been made a lot easier with working from home being more readily available.
MIAMI (PRWEB) JULY 01, 2022 – According to Statista, Canada is one of the largest advertising markets globally. Their digital ad expenditure is expected to increase from CAD 8.45 billion to over CAD 12 billion in just four years.
Search engine and retail marketplace advertising are common ways for Canadian businesses to reach online audiences, currently accounting for 44.5 percent of digital advertising budgets. However, search advertising growth has slowed, as display advertising on social media and websites takes a bigger slice of the pie (54.2 percent).
Most people are shopping with care as we brace for a long recession in Canada and around the world. They’re using the internet to find the best deals, both online and offline.