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You spent a lot of time getting your inventory plan and promotional plan ready for Cyber Weekend… but are you ready for the mobile shopper? In this video, ChannelAdvisor founder and CEO Scot Wingo talks about the spike he’s expecting in mobile usage this cyber weekend.
Four out of 10 US online buyers like the idea of using a phone for payment instead of carrying around a wallet, according to The Bizrate Insights Apple Pay and Payment Security Study #1. But whether or not Apple Pay becomes the standard for wallet-less payment systems still remains to be seen.
A week after Walmart announced enhancements to its mobile app to make holiday shopping easier for its in-store customers, Target announced that several new in-store navigation features are now live in its mobile app. Here’s how Target hopes its app overhaul will help its in-store customers.
Alibaba-owned ecommerce marketplace 11 Main has unveiled its new mobile shopping applications for iPhone, iPod touch and Android, and added that an iPad version coming later this year. Here’s how 11 Main says its apps will provide a better mobile user experience.
It’s the time of the year when retailers start running the holiday programs that has been in the works for months. Here are the top five trend predictions for the holiday shopping season.
Mobile is expected to be the primary driver of online growth this holiday season, primarily during the official start on Cyber Weekend.
This month, shoppers can search for an item on their smartphone, and see what’s stocked at their nearest Macy’s location using Google. This video shows how that this partnership means for the holiday season.
This mobile site will allow Organize-It to reach a wider audience as well as cater to their customers who prefer to access Organizeit.com from their smart phones or tablets. The user friendly tabs and check out will aid in the mobile browsing experience.
A majority of smartphone users (55.7%) said they will use their device in some fashion this holiday season, up from 53.8% last year.
For customers using Apple Pay wanting to pay for something in an app, can just tap “Pay with Apple Pay” by putting their finger on the fingerprint reader. The charge will go straight to the credit or debit card.
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