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This was the easiest shopping experience I have ever had on a mobile device. It took all of about five minutes from the moment I clicked on the email promotion to getting an order confirmation in my inbox. The only downside was attempting to type in my credit card information in the small fields.
The mobile shopping experience from ZAGG was difficult and bothersome. All landing pages took several minutes to load or didn
With Cyber Monday just days away, it is even more important now to get a handle on the predicted trends of shoppers. RadiumOne created this infographic about the online social sharing and holiday shopping trends on Cyber Monday which includes that a majority of Americans will be avoiding the in-store chaos this year, with 57% planning to complete their holiday shopping online.
Like it or not, showrooming is happening and it is here to stay but that doesn
Thanksgiving is not just about the turkey this year, according to this infographic from Digitas, 29% of smartphone or tablet owners plan on shopping this holiday using their mobile devices.
What do you do when over a half a million people petition your store demanding the removal of the Donald Trump brand from your store because of
As more and more retailers push up their holiday shopping hours from Black Friday to Thanksgiving Day, employees are firing back with protests and petitions. Although opening stores earlier can mean an increase in sales, retailers consider it can also be a source of anger for employees.
The National Retail Federation is urging President Barack Obama and Congress to fix the impending fiscal cliff before Thanksgiving fearing that tax hikes and spending cuts will affect consumer confidence for the holiday shopping season.
A new survey from Deloitte has found that retailers can expect to see a surge in the use of social media and smartphones when making sales this holiday season.
While third-quarter sales at J.C. Penney dropped 26.6%, CEO Ron Johnson said he continues to have confidence in the company