Speed Summary | Social Commerce Survey 2011: 35% would buy on Facebook, 16% aware of Foursquare


Shop.org, a division of the National Retail Federation, has just published results from it’s 2011 Social Commerce study – a representative survey of 1787 adult US online consumers conducted in April 2011.

Highlights

  • 42% of US online adults follow a retailer via Facebook, Twitter or blog
  • Average US adult follows 6 retailers; and does do primarily for special deals (58%) – other top reasons were for new product news (49%) and to participate in promotional contest and events (39%)
  • 56% of Facebook users have clicked through to a retailers website from a Facebook post
  • 28% of Facebook users have purchased something online via a Facebook link
  • 47% of consumers access customer reviews in-store via mobile handsets (other mobile stats – 34% of Facebook users access Facebook from mobile devices at least once a day – 32% view YouTube videos on a daily basis from a handset)
  • 19% of US online adults have purchased from group-buy sites such as Groupon – 57% of which having spent over $100 (also – there is high overall awareness of such sites (82%)
  • 35% of consumers would buy products on Facebook, and 32% would do so from Twitter if possible
  • Only 16% of US online adults are aware of the existence of Foursquare, less for Yelp (10%) and Gowalla (6%)

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6 Comments

  1. […] そこで、Social Commerce Todayというソーシャルコマースのリリースを出していたので、ご紹介します。対象は、アメリカ国内の1787人の成人とのことです。 […]

  2. July 21, 2011
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    Very interesting data for sure. On the software side of things we’ve seen an increased emphasis on the ability to sell through social channels like Facebook (f-commerce). Since it seems that the primary driver for FB interest is special deals (among adults), the potential for driving sales from (or through) Facebook is definitely there – will be interesting to see how it gains traction.

  3. […] by 町田 龍馬 on 2011年8月15日 ソーシャル・コマースのニュース・ブログ「Social Commerce Today」によると、全米小売業協会(National Retail Federation)のオンライン部門であるShop.org(全国小売店連盟)が、2011年ソーシャル・コマースに関する調査を実施、ソーシャル・コマースにおいて「Facebook」がひときわ存在感を放っていることがわかったという(記事)。 […]

  4. […] by 町田 龍馬 on 2011年8月15日 ソーシャル・コマースのニュース・ブログ「Social Commerce Today」によると、全米小売業協会(National Retail Federation)のオンライン部門であるShop.org(全国小売店連盟)が、2011年ソーシャル・コマースに関する調査を実施、ソーシャル・コマースにおいて「Facebook」がひときわ存在感を放っていることがわかったという(記事)。 […]

  5. […] 6.3 – the number of retailers ‘followed’ by the average consumer (Social Commerce Study) […]

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