I never understood why some of my friends would spend 30 minutes-plus on their laptops, poring over the shoes at Asos.com or checking out the books on Indigo. After minutes of agonizing indecision between this item or that, they would simply abandon their entire purchase, no questions asked.
Well, here’s a bit of insight on what e-commerce customers are thinking when they’re shopping online. For your marketing quick fix today, here’s an infographic on the psychology of consumers who browse e-commerce sites. It points out different factors in an e-commerce site’s success, like how fast the site loads, the site’s design, and whether its product videos can grab any attention.
To see the infographic, click on the image below to enlarge it. (Thanks to VoucherCloud for passing it along).Read More
Even if you’ve got a modern energy-efficient fridge, keeping a cluttered, disorganized mess of foodstuffs inside it can make it drastically less efficient. Furthermore, not only does a messy fridge use more energy to keep cold, but it also makes the fridge less effective at doing its job, which ultimately leads to more spoiled goods and more overall waste.
However, with proper food storage and organization of your refrigerator doors, shelves, and humidity controls, you can not only maximize your fridge’s efficiency, but also keep all your grub fresh for longer periods of time. In the infographic below, PartSelect outlines a set of efficiency hacks that’ll keep your refrigerator running smoother and more economically than ever before.
Some of this stuff is plain old common sense, but there are plenty of tips in here that you probably hadn’t thought of before. We found the bit about drawer humidity and ethlene-emitting foods to be particularly enlightening. Check it out!Read More
Multitasking is a fact of our modern, connected life. However, research shows it makes us less effective, increases mistakes and stress, and costs the global economy an estimated $450 billion annually.