Ninety-eight percent of US holiday shoppers plan to do some of their holiday buying online, and two-thirds say they will complete most or all of their holiday shopping online: MDG Advertising
BOCA RATON, Florida
November 29, 2012
– While shoppers hit stores in search of 2012’s must-have gifts, marketers are concerned with spotting the top trends of the holiday shopping season. Fortunately, there’s a surprise in store for retail marketers seeking the Christmas marketing trends of 2012. MDG Advertising’s latest infographic forecasts the shopping trends of the season along with what everyone can expect from retail marketing. It shows how digital will drive the direction of holiday shopping as Americans spend more of their time and money online.
“To illustrate 2012’s strong digital dynamic, our infographic features facts and figures to help marketers make the most of their holiday marketing,” said Joanne Del Gigante, MDG’s vice president. “It covers the promotional strategies of online retailers, the rise of mobile browsing before buying, and the state of shopping in the digital age.”
MDG’s infographic also provides insight into what to expect from holiday shoppers, sellers, and sales, as seen in these stunning statistics:
About MDG Advertising
Founded in 1999, MDG Advertising has established a leading reputation for developing targeted and integrated 360° marketing solutions. The agency’s growth directly results from its solid branding and media-buying strategies, award-winning creative, innovative Web design and development, and effective digital and social media marketing. Clients benefiting from a competitive advantage developed by MDG include: The Breakers Palm Beach, Dental Care Alliance, IBM Southeast Employees’ Federal Credit Union, The Seagate Hotel & Spa, Carls Patio, Brain Balance Achievement Centers, South Florida Fair, MDVIP, Round Hill Hotel and Villas, TooJay’s Gourmet Deli, Upfront Foods, Signature Consultants, World Fuel Services, Benetrends, Max Planck Florida Institute, and HCA East Florida.
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