Site search is no longer just for the traditional ecommerce website. Now, more online retailers are putting a greater emphasis on site search to create a user-friendly mobile site for the on-the-go customer.
While 53% of women have between one and five shopping apps on their smartphone, they would still much rather shop for clothes and shoes in a retail store, reports a new study published by mobile-retail marketing platform provider Swirl.
What was once considered an old marketing tactic has now become hip again. When it comes to mobile retargeting, take a look at AOL and you will find it’s all about persistence.
Smartphone and tablet users should be a major focus in your ecommerce strategy moving forward. Here are six key takeaways on developing a mobile and tablet strategy.
Merchants face several hurdles with their email marketing campaigns. While several issues revolve around reaching an increasingly mobile audience
Here we take a look at three trends retailers should be aware of, along with the key takeaways to help them keep their heads above water.
A recent study by Flurry showed that consumers’ use of various apps have increased by 132% over the course of a year.
If you are thinking about bringing your brand to China in the near future, the most effective way to engage Chinese shoppers is through mobile, according to an infographic from the Alibaba Group. The use of mobile is so high that while sales in China are predicted to hit $15.7 billion in 2013, by 2015 it will skyrocket to nearly $42 billion.
Ecommerce retailers need to break out of the conventional payment options, such as traditional credit cards, if they want to see a boost in online sales especially in the international market.
Brown Printing has acquired Nellymoser, a mobile marketing and technology company. Nellymoser offers both a mobile companion application platform with self-service tools and packaged print-to-digital solutions, which are then, deployed by their customers as cross media campaigns.