Analytics has always been the sexy bit of data management. That’s where the nuggets of insight are teased to the surfaced and millions made by understanding why diapers sell beer or who is newly pregnant or how to route a jet so it burns 25% less fuel. But, behind that, there has always been the grunt work of extracting data from multiple, disparate sources, cleansing it of partial or bogus records, transforming it into a consistent and usable format, and loading it into the target analytics engine.
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David Selinger, CEO of RichRelevancesays that social shopping accounts for less than 1% of the total online shopping sessions but hey, that’s still money in the bank, right? So, his company put together this lovely, holiday-themed infographic that shows how the top social shopping channels stack up.
The first thing you’ll notice when you review the panels is the inclusion of a site we don’t often talk about – Polyvore. This social site asks user to curate sets of products from a variety of online retailers. The example you see on the right is someone’s idea of a cool living room. Click on the objects and you get a detail page including the price and where to buy it. One more click and you’re on the site that sells it.
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