Although shopping lists are as old as shopping and represent the most direct expression of shopper’s product desires, they have not figured prominently in many marketing campaigns.
That direct data will now be directly available to advertisers on the Kiip mobile marketing platform through a partnership with the Purchase Decision Network (PDN) announced this week.
As the annual mobile commerce benchmark of holiday shopping approaches, it looks like it could be yet another mobile moment. Various pre-holiday shopping studies are coming out providing some insight into where mobile may fit this time around. This matters due to the massive size of spending over a relatively short period of time. Retail sales between last November and January totaled $969 billion, according to Deloitte, with projections of topping $1 trillion this time around.
The Purchase Decision Network and its leading mobile shopping apps present their favorite brands of chips and dips just in time for March Madness.
This is our 5th year running the survey. This year you can see taste, ease of preparation and healthiness all gaining as selection reasons” said Sean Flynn, CEO of the Purchase Decision Network, “Meanwhile value has declined. All seemingly positive economic indicators!
PDN's Shopper, a leading mobile shopping list application with more than two million installs, surveyed its user base to determine the brands of trick and treat favorites this Halloween.
The Purchase Decision Network (PDN), the leading network of shopping apps compared the coupon behavior of its app users to the findings published in Inmar’s 2015 Promotion Industry Analysis, Coupon Trends and Shopper Behavior.
Top 20 coupons clipped by PDN users in 2015.
SnipSnap, the first app to scan, save, and redeem paper coupons from mobile phones, joins Buy Me a Pie, Our Groceries, Shopper and the other great shopping apps in PDN to deliver brand engagement targeted to what shoppers are buying, while they are planning and shopping.
With the approach of the grilling season , PDN’s Shopper, a leading mobile shopping list application with more than two million installs, surveyed its user base to determine their favorite brands of BBQ sauce for 2015. Here you can see the complete list of BBQ sauces offered in a survey and their rankings.
Shopper, a free grocery shopping app available for iOS, Android, and Blackberry, has recently announced the addition of a new feature: image recognition capabilities. Powered by the Toronto, Canada-based Slyce, a company that offers retailers with visual recognition search platform, the additional feature allows users to add various items to their grocery shopping lists just by snapping their pictures.
Visual product search platform Slyce Inc. ("Slyce") (TSX VENTURE:SLC) today announced the debut integration of its image recognition platform for grocery retailing within Purchase Decision Network's (PDN) leading grocery list creation App "Shopper".
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The Purchase Decision Network and Shopper, a leading mobile shopping list application with more than two million installs (get it free here: http://bit.ly/getshopper), surveyed its user base to determine the brands of turkey that users planned to cook for Thanksgiving, favorite Thanksgiving side dishes and important factors in choosing the turkey.
Over 13 different brands received votes in Shopper’s survey of its app users preferences in the run up to the 2014 Labor Day weekend.
After a full summer of grilling opportunities, PDN’s Shopper, a leading mobile shopping list application with more than two million installs, surveyed its user base to determine their favorite brands of BBQ sauce for 2014. Here you can see the complete list of BBQ sauces offered in a survey and their rankings.
The first step a consumer takes after deciding to make a purchase will likely be anything except buy the product from their smartphone.
This is not to say the phone isn’t highly involved throughout the entire path to purchase, just that there are too many other choices consumers face after making a purchase decision
The next time you’re running low on milk, you could jot down a reminder to pick up more – or instead, you could take a picture of the milk jug with your smartphone and automatically add ‘milk’ to your grocery list.
Visual Search Company Slyce Inc. (TSX VENTURE:SLC) today announced it has signed an exclusive agreement with The Purchase Decision Network (PDN), to provide visual product search services for their own "Shopper" App (www.myshopperapp.com) and other 3rd party shopping apps within their network.
The Purchase Decision Network (PDN) announced the Android and iOS market-leading apps Out of Milk and Buy Me a Pie! have joined Shopper as founding members of the first exclusively shopping-centric network of apps and sites. The grocery network soft-launched in Q1 and is live for ad campaigns as of April 1, 2014.
Everyone could stand to save a little money on groceries, but doing it while still eating good food is a challenge—to say the least. It doesn't have to be that way.