Every year, the analysis reports Internet trends in the following year. This report covers investment prospects, technology, international finance and more. Here are the biggest Internet trends from the 2019 report that we can have a major impact on Internet trends in 2020.
Not everyone has access to the Internet to shop on e-commerce sites, but the potential is still great. Opportunities will continue to grow as more consumers around the globe use the Internet.
27% is the percentage of merchants who view customer lifecycle values as metrics that determine ad spend.
Sellers rely on multiple metrics to help optimize their advertising spend, but they increasingly focus on the value of their customer lifecycle. This means after determining the cost of acquiring a new customer, can these figures indicate how much money the customer will spend in the long term?
55% is the share of customers who bought an item after finding it on social media.
This figure speaks to the general power of marketing on social networks and influences at the “discovery” stage of the buying cycle. More than 50% of consumers buy a product after finding it on social media, but only about one-fifth of those customers bought the item at the time they discovered it. The remaining 4/5 buyers return to purchase at a later date.
And because gambling does not require too much communication between the player and the server, online gambling has grown even in the early days of the Internet.
It is not difficult to see the technological progress has helped the casino to significantly develop with a beautiful interface, diverse content (almost every form of gambling can be digitized), which are convenient for players.
In 2016, the global online gambling market earned $ 44 billion in revenue thanks to the development of mobile technology, making it more accessible to new markets and enabling millions of people to gamble. touch on the smartphone and lots of apps that you can download. The market is expected to reach more than the US $ 87 billion by 2022 when the world has 5 billion mobile devices and online access will not be too strange.