How the Pandemic is Making these Technologies a Must Have in the Business of E-Commerce
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The global pandemic has quite effectively proven our love affair with immersive social commerce wherein users interact with AR (augemented reality) portryal of products and purchase it without leaving the platform.
Even before COVID-19, e-commerce shoppers wanted AR help visualizing how products would look in their environments, and a the shoots of demand to virtually try on new makeup or clothing had already started to sprout. The onset of the pandemic only hastened the process.
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To keep customers inside their brand eco-system, many fashion and cosmetic brands are partnering with gaming companies to entice their customers with perpetual call to action.
Emerging social media networks, including those focused on gaming such as Fortnite or Tencent’s mobile game Honour of Kings, which have fast become integral to youth culture.
In China, brands such as Mac Cosmetics, L’Oréal and Hong Kong jeweller Chow Sang Sang have all partnered with Honour of Kings, which has more than 200 million registered players of whom more than half are female (and women mobile gamers are 79 percent more likely to make an in-app purchase)
Deloitte, Google Consumer AR Survey, Retail Customer Experience, MarketingDive, SmarterHQ, Statista, Entrepreneur
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