Australian companies are poised to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, and this recovery will usher a change in consumer behaviour, according to a study. As customer sastisfaction soar, the study recommends "companies should adapt to the new normal" to deliver different experiences to attract and retain loyal consumers.
Behavioural advertising may not be as effective as it has been made out to be, with a study in the US finding that publishers only get 4% more for an ad impression that has a cookie enabled, compared to one that has none.
From trolling, to threats of physical violence, to sexual abuse, the number of men and women falling victim to online harassment continues sadly rising.
Social commerce has been unveiled as the new frontier for business, as PayPal’s new mCommerce Index "uncovers a gulf between consumer mobile payments behaviour and business readiness to support mobile transactions".
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