Ecommerce trends and stadistics #infographic #eCommerce

The technological changes and the urge to facilitate the end consumer, even more, are the core reasons that set new standards for the industry. The online shopping businesses are flourishing by making their websites more user-friendly which may include simplifying the checkout system, removing ambiguities about product and shipping costs, and having an alluring web design.

The trends of an industry or field do not remain same as the changing needs of the end consumers compel managers to pursue other means and methodologies for success. The trends and statistics defined in the following info-graphics are the derived by thoroughly studying market trends, expert opinion and best practices for gaining customer reach and facilitation.

Regarding cart abandonment, the info-graphics states that about 28% of online buyers do not finish the order due to the ambiguity of shipping cost. It also brings into limelight the consumer behaviors that restrict them to check out successfully. The statistics also reveals that existing customers are more likely to purchase your products with discounts. Free shipping proves to be revenue booster because the survey shows that 24% people are interested in spending more on shopping to waive off shipping charges.

The statistics about social media are amazing because most of the people reported that they are kept informed about favorite products through social media and that Facebook leads other networks in conversion rate. Have a look at the info-graphic for detail insights about the trends and statistics that may help you grow your online business.

An Infographic by fmeaddons.com.

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Yoga Trends in America #infographic #yoga #trends #America

Yoga is an ancient discipline which seems to be getting hotter and hotter. The newly released 2016 Yoga in America Study Conducted by Yoga Journal and Yoga Alliance shows that the number of US yoga practitioners increased to over 36 million in 2016, up from 20.4 million in 2012 and 15.8 million in 2008

Here are some of the significant findings:

• More than 80 million Americans say they are somewhat or very likely to practice yoga in the next 12 months
• Practitioners are much more involved in many other forms of exercise, such as running, cycling and weightlifting, than non-practitioners
• The top 5 reasons for starting yoga are: flexibility, stress relief, general fitness, improve overall health, and physical fitness

Check out this infographic to learn more about Yoga trends in America.

An Infographic by Prama del Mar.

2016 Olympic Sport Trends #infographic #2016Olympics #Trends

With the Summer Olympics right around the corner, we decided to pull together our most exciting Olympic-related image video search data to share what interests you the most about the upcoming games. We threw in a couple of fun Olympic facts, too. Here’s what we found.

About The Olympics & Rio de Janiero
The buzz around this summer’s games began after the Olympics in London closed in 2012. Searches for “Rio Olympics” in Shutterstock are over 4000% higher now since 2012, even though Rio was chosen for the 2016 Summer Olympics way back in 2009.

This August 10,500 will compete for 306 different medals in 42 sports.

The 2012 London Olympic Games were seen by over half the world’s population. About 100,000 hours of 2012 Olympic footage were streamed or broadcast.

Your Favourite Olympic & Paralympic Sports
The most popular Olympic sport image searches were soccer-related, but golf won the video category. Basketball slam-dunked the top spot for Paralympic searches.

Popular Olympic sports across both categories include golf, hockey, swimming, basketball, football and soccer.

The fastest growing Olympic sports varies by country and runs the gamut from table tennis to taekwondo.

Search Volume
Search volume for the terms “Olympics” and “Paralympics” skyrocketed since 2014. The term “Olympics” saw a 20% increase in 2014, while Paralympics had a 23% increase. In 2015, the increases were smaller at 18% (“Olympics”) and 16% (“Paralympics”).


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