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How Online Research Influencing Offline Purchase

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For those immersed in eCommerce, it can be easy to forget that the vast majority of ...

For those immersed in eCommerce, it can be easy to forget that the vast majority of
purchases still take place o#ine – more than nine out of 10. But it’s crucial to remember
that four out of 10 people prefer to ROPO – research online, purchase o#ine. That’s 40% of the market that most retailers don’t properly understand, and this at a
time that broadband availability and smartphone use are ensuring ever more research is
done online. Bricks and mortar retailers used to metrics such as sales-floor performance
must now also measure the role of their website in driving sales in their stores – only then can they get under the skin of these increasingly valuable customers.

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