Facts and figures
- How you can weigh in on key industry issues. Schultz, Chris // Furniture/Today;12/11/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 14, p40
The article features FurnitureToday.com, a Web site offering various information on industry-related issues. FurnitureToday.com reached almost 216,000 people in October who visited the site. The site also offers seven regular blogs from in-house editors and industry experts. Moreover, the site...
- Change content regularly to keep visitors interested. Sanunders, Tim // Cabinet Maker;7/27/2001, Issue 5248, p4
Offers advise on how furniture retailers can make their Web sites attractive to Internet users.
- Online searches for furniture gather pace. // Cabinet Maker;7/26/2013, Issue 5846, p10
The article reports on the growth of people researching furniture purchases online with tablet and smartphone technology in the first six months of 2013.
- Furniture Web sites aren't giving enough information, survey says. // Home Accents Today;Sep2000, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p45
Reports on the findings of a NetSmart America survey of online furniture customers. Percentage of online shoppers who said information played a key role in their final purchasing decision; Percentage of shoppers who leave furniture sites out of frustration; Percentage of Web users who want...
- How do you count who is doing what, and where, on the web? Reid, Alasdair // Campaign;6/22/2001, Issue 25, p13
Discusses the difficulties of trying to quantify traffic on the Internet. Ways of looking at research into consumer activity on the Web; Measurement approaches of JICWEB, JICNET, MMXI Europe, Nielsen Netratings and Netvalue.
- Blue-collar surfers `fastest-growing' area. Dwek, Robert // Marketing Week;7/6/2000, Vol. 23 Issue 23, p23
Reports on the increase in Internet usage by blue-collar and manual workers in Great Britain in 1999. Description of the typical British Internet user; Impact of the Web on consumer behavior; Most common item bought online.
- Online behavior varies by condition type, stage: study. Comer, Ben // Medical Marketing & Media;Nov2010, Vol. 45 Issue 11, p22
The article reports on the results of a new study which revealed significant variation on the online behavior of consumers who are looking for information about their health or disease condition.
- Survey shows 61% of Hungarians internet users. // Hungary A.M.;7/10/2014, p2
The article discusses a survey conducted by business consultancy Gemius about Internet usage in Hungary in summer 2014.
- KEVIN KENRICK. // NZ Marketing Magazine;Jan/Feb2015, p21
The article argues on the increased access to and consumption of the Internet that change consumer behaviour in New Zealand.