Mobile - Global E-commerceFacts
Omnichannel capabilities on mobile devices—such as buy online and pickup in store, inventory access across channels and same day delivery—are critical considerations for consumers when making purchase decisions, according to new research from the e-tailing group, which recently released its seventh annual 2016 Mobile Research Survey.
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What did you do the last time you needed to find out what the whether forecast looked like for the next few days, or figure out where the closest Vietnamese restaurant was located? A new survey suggests as much as 96% of us would turn to our mobile phones for the answer.
China’s largest e-commerce app Mobile Taobao drives impressive consumer engagement by enabling its users to do more than just shop online.
Move over desktop: Mobile is the future of online purchases and commerce, thanks to its ability to connect with location-based and personalized data.
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Bad guys know retailers and businesses are working to stay one step ahead of their sophisticated and malicious attacks. To combat this, hackers are looking to gain access to sensitive information by taking a much easier route: using legitimate credentials to go right inside.
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Shoppers who browse a retailer’s site while shopping in-store may end up spending 2.2 times more than shoppers who don’t.
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New research from PayPal highlights the transformative impact of mobile during the 2016 holiday shopping season.
With mobiles increasingly in the hands of most shoppers, retailers can ill afford to treat these smart devices as an afterthought when defining customer engagement strategies.
As Amazon makes a huge push to become the biggest click or brick clothing retailer in the U.S clothing has become the best-selling category in e-commerce for the first time ever.
Looking to reach shoppers this holiday season? Their mobile devices appear to be the best point of contact according to research that found as much as 64% of smartphone shoppers use their phones to search for ideas about what to buy before heading out to stores.
New mobile shopping app report indicates September the strongest month for acquiring mobile shoppers ahead of the holiday season.
What’s the story on the marketing trend that has the most response by consumers? HINT: MOBILE FIRST is where it’s going. And, not just mobile, but mobile that’s smartly focused on visual experience, personalization, and sale conversion.
Study reveals that digitalization, driven by millennials, will play an elevated role as U.S. consumers bring their online expectations into physical retail spaces.
At 35% of 2015 revenues, mobile now represents the largest segment of the U.S. US$59.6bn online advertising revenue.
A recent study reveals European consumers increasingly turn to their smartphones, tablets or wearable devices for the purchase of goods and services.