A environment in (August 2011) concludes that Consumers are

A study conducted on Consumer behaviour in a
digital environment in (August 2011) concludes that 
Consumers are unable to search and analyse all relevant information
available online and use
search and filtering tools to identify the most relevant information.

A study conducted on Consumer Buying Behavior
In Digital Era”  by Prof. Lalitkumar P.
Patil  to study factors which affects
consumer’s online purchase decision. The study concluded that  Increased used of internet and socialmedia
are increasing online purchase. study shows that people are more likely to buy
products and services online, there is much scope for the online sellers to
grab customers who are not yet using internet services

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A study conducted on  Impact Of Information Technology On Consumer
Purchase Behavior by Dr. Mahabir Narwa and Dr. Geeta Sachdeva in (July 2013)
Objective of Study was to  study the
impact of IT on consumer purchase behavior .The findings state that every field
of human activity, may it be his daily life, official life, everything is now
influenced under the cover of IT. The findings highlight that IT has a great influence on consumer
purchase behavior. It is argued that the outcome of the study will certainly be
helpful for the marketers to define their marketing strategies accordingly.

A study conducted on  -A shift Paradigm of Consumer towards
online shopping by   Dr. Vipin Kumar*
& Kadambini Kumari  The objective of
study to improve our understanding of online and physical consumer behaviour.
People are intend to try new things & like to be noticed as early adopter
of technology advancement .

 Consumer engagement in social media and rise in use of
technology  has resulted in paradigm shift
in consumer behaviour with respect to activities, habitats, attitude and
interactions. Due to advancement of technology ,the businesses have embraced
the digital marketing as a tool for customer engagement. Being a new tool for
interaction, organisations need to understand how social media has impacted
consumer buying behaviour. Consumer behavior is
defined as the study of how individuals, organizations and groups select ,buy
and make  use of products, services,
experiences and ideas  to satisfy their
need and wants (Kotler and Keller, 2012).With the dawn of the Internet,
scholars began predicting a shift in power from the marketer to the consumer,
suggesting a new form of consumer–firm relationship (Bakos 1991; Deighton and
Kornfeld 2009; Kozinets 1999; Levine et al. 2000; Shipman 2001). The diffusion
of Internet technologies and their associated characteristics influence the
emergence and evolution of consumer empowerment (Kozinets et al. 2010). The
rise of Internet commerce removed geographic and time constraints, empowering
consumers through expanded assortments, increased retail options, and new
service features (Day 2011).

Using the internet,
social media, mobile apps, and other digital communication technologies has
become part of billions of people’s daily lives. This is for many purposes,
including in their roles as consumers as they search for information about
products, 1 purchase and consume them, and communicate with others about their
experiences. Marketers have responded to this fundamental shift by increasing
their use of digital marketing channels. In fact, by 2017 approximately
one-third of global advertising spending is forecast to be in digital channels
Thus, future consumer marketing will largely be carried out in digital
settings, particularly social media and mobile. It is therefore necessary for
consumer research to examine and understand consumer behavior in digital
environments. This has been happening over the last decade, with increasing
amounts of research focusing on digital consumer behavior issues. The
literature is still relatively nascent, however, and more research is of course
needed— particularly given the ever-changing nature of the digital/social
media/mobile environments in which consumers are situated and interact with
brands and each other.