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Beyond the Core research report

2017-03-28T15:24:45+00:00 27th March 2017|Beyond the Core, Webloyalty Research|

Download a free copy of our Beyond the Core report. We partnered with the BRC to produce a study into how UK retailers are looking beyond core offerings to drive new revenue streams. Key Findings include: 67% of retailers derive at least 1% of their revenue from secondary sources with around 18% generating at least a fifth of their revenue this way and a few generating close to half. Businesses seeing 20% or more contribution of secondary revenue to total [...]

Win an Amazon Echo Dot

2017-03-01T16:09:56+00:00 1st March 2017|Ecommerce, Research|

In anticipation of the launch of our Secondary Revenue Report, we’re giving away an Amazon Echo Dot. To enter, answer the following question: Secondary revenue contributes more than 20% of online revenue for how many retailers? A) 10% B) 20% C) 35% Enter your answer below along with your contact details. What can you do with a Amazon Echo Dot? Amazon Echo Dot is a hands-free speaker that allows you to take control using just [...]

Focusing on non-retail activities can bolster revenues

2016-10-24T11:26:45+00:00 23rd August 2016|Unfaithful Consumer|

UK retailers put a lot of time and effort developing and investing in their core business. But nowadays, consumers spend a growing portion of their disposable income on non-shopping activities such as eating out and other leisure pursuits. In such a climate, retailers who dare to branch out into non-traditional areas and leverage their existing relationship with consumers can win big. That’s one of the key findings in Webloyalty’s most recent report, The Unfaithful Consumer. […]

Don’t count physical retail destinations out just yet

2016-08-09T11:14:51+00:00 9th August 2016|Unfaithful Consumer|

In recent years, UK retailers have worked hard to offer consumers a broader variety of channels and touchpoints to accommodate their shopping needs. But what impact has this had on bricks-and-mortar shops? Are they still relevant in the age of ecommerce? […]

Holiday research infographic – Digital Destinations

2016-01-20T16:59:49+00:00 22nd June 2015|Digital Destinations, Travel|

This holiday research infographic looks at the key findings from Webloyalty’s Digital Destinations report. Join the discussion on Twitter @WebloyaltyUK […]

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