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Digital media encompasses all forms of communication that are delivered using a binary electronic format, utilising technology such as computers, mobile devices and tablets. The digital media landscape ranges from text messages, e-mail and social media to internet websites, smartphone applications – and more. Internet connected devices form the backbone of many forms of digital media, and underpin the huge growth in electronic and mobile commerce, and social media.
The advent of digital media and digital marketing can now help facilitate a greater number of touch points with the consumer in shopper mode, making the concept of the path to purchase extending beyond the store environment of even greater importance. Digital marketing introduces the opportunity for FMCGs and retailers to more readily communicate with consumers as shoppers both before, during and after their visit to the supermarket.
This report will:
-Look at digital marketing strategies currently in use
-Show current levels of smartphone ownership
-Look at the different types of delivery in digital marketing, and see which shoppers prefer
-Look in-depth at a variety of initiatives used on smartphones. Specifically looking at: online shopping, shopping lists, detailed product information, price comparison, recipes, digital vouchers, managing loyalty points, healthy eating and improving the in-store experience
-Find out the awareness, usage and appeal of each of the above, and methods of delivery preferred
-Find out the level of ownership and usage of various grocery apps
-Briefly look at how shoppers interact with social media and what they think of NFC in grocery