e-shopper

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e-shopper

nE-Shopper(in) m(f), → Internetkunde m/-kundin f
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'To avoid any scam, I generally advise new e-shopper to stick with cash on delivery payment term and do not send money in advance by any means.
Charlie Jiang, Founding Partner of CIC stated: "The key factors propelling this growth are the continuing growth of internet penetration in Taiwan (73.3% in 2017), growth in the user base of e-shoppers and number of online orders, an increase in average spending for each e-shopper, and changes in consumer behavior."
Electronic goods such as mobile phone, computer, cameras, watches and gift items alongside shoes, ladies purse, food items, etc, are also available for e-shopper, said a Medical student Rabiya Noman.
E-shopper marketing leverages data and intelligence to understand buying behaviors across different channels, but also layers on multi-variate online testing to learn and execute in real-time.
At an estimated 464 in 2012, the average annual amount spent per e-shopper is still below the European average.
The Middle East's first daily deal group-buying website partnered with independent research consultancy YouGovSiraj to capture e-shopper sentiment among its registered users in the UAE, Kuwait, Jordan and Lebanon.
As the name suggests, this is a virtual card without any physical form and is aimed at the e-shopper. It is generated online and is for one-time usage.
If you are an e-shopper, you will have sympathy for both the people who were confused by a search feature that returns selections that in no way match the search criteria, and the people who were annoyed by being asked for a choice when there is only one option, all of whom gave up when the experience became too daunting.
But this month, we asked a cross section of our e-shopper panel to tell us about their experiences with self-checkout and really got an earful.
The order is forwarded to one of the company's five local fulfillment stores where it is checked and fulfilled by a personal "e-shopper." Orders placed by 10 a.m.
In the race to build a better Internet brand, marketers were also all too quick to embrace flawed logic or mythical assumptions about the ever-elusive e-shopper. "The myths that were out there and the notion that you needed to throw out the old rules basically moved people away from good common sense--from strategic, or market-driven, thinking," said Mark Wolfe of Accenture.
And of course with the start-ups come the new e-cronyms, including the overused VRM (visitor relationship management), frontrunner ESR (e-shopper retention), and the newly-minted CEO (Customer Experience Optimization).