July 4th, 2013 | 1 MIN READ

What Consumers Want from Personalization [Infographic]

Written by author_profile_images Linda Bustos

Linda is an ecommerce industry analyst and consultant specializing in conversion optimization and digital transformation.

Research by Adobe reminds us that consumers are concerned about their online privacy and don't care for being tracked online, with 85% agreeing with the statement "companies collect too much information on consumers."

But Monetate has compiled some stats that lean more to the bright side -- 75% of consumers don't mind retailers using personal information to improve the customer experience, and 94% of companies believe online personalization is critical to business performance. 85% of consumers understand that a certain degree of tracking enables businesses to offer more relevant advertising. In a world where online and even mobile advertising is unavoidable, relevant marketing is win-win.

  • 85% of consumers know websites track them, but understand it enables them to personalize offers and content to their interests Tweet this
  • 75% of consumers prefer retailers that use personal information to improve the shopping experience Tweet this
  • 64% of consumers believe it’s more important that companies present them with relevant offers Tweet this
  • 36% of consumers do not want their website activity tracked (that means 64% don’t mind) Tweet this
  • 94% of companies agree online personalization is critical to business performance
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  • 2/3 companies agree website personalization improves customer experience and the success of their overall business Tweet this
  • 64% of online businesses are or plan to deliver a more personalized mobile experience Tweet this

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