As mobile devices have taken over the way people live their lives, from social media check-ins to weather to shopping, it’s a no brainer that brands need to get on board.
Each year online retailers are victims to shopping cart abandonment. As a result they are losing an enormous amount of potential revenue. See why you may be a victim of shopping cart abandonment
Attendees at NEMOA’s directxchange conference in Boston last week offered their reaction to the Marketplace Fairness Act, see what they had to say.
Mobile apps are on the rise this year as consumers are spending increasingly more time on them than a year ago. Fifty percent of smartphone users have also made a purchase using a smartphone. See what other statistics are revealed in this infographic.
International Military Antiques, a military collectables company, saw a 47.8% increase in revenue when it ramped up product recommendations on its website. See what other ways International Military Antiques is succeeding with product recommendations.
As the demand for a faster and greater experience continues to rise from shoppers, it’s making retailers think more intuitively about their ecommerce platforms, and what they have to offer.
Target outlined plans for $2 billion to $2.2 billion in capital expenditures this year, with $1 billion going to technology investments including its supply chain and inventory management systems.
When it comes to personalized shopping experiences, customers today are expecting a lot from retailers. See how personal is too personal and what you can enhance the shopping experience.
Today, mobile is growing three times the rate of overall ecommerce with consumers increasingly reaching for their smartphones instead of their computers. See what shopping habits consumers are adopting today.
Coach re-launches its website for omnichannel transformation and global expansion. See what else Coach has planned.