Online retailers are actively pursuing the promise of m-commerce as more of the web continues to “go mobile.” The difficulty is satisfying the needs of mobile users. Instart Logic reveals in this infographic three sizable gaps between what etailers know works, and what they’re actually doing.
Retailers and retail experts contacted by Multichannel Merchant were mixed in terms of the impact of the new Amazon Fire phone.
It has become imperative for executives at every level to understand the significance of tablets and how they influence the purchasing cycle and overall consumer engagement.
Since instituting Google Wallet Instant Buy in 2012, Rockport has seen 90% of consumers who begin a mobile purchase using the application to complete it, compared to just 3% for mobile purchases overall.
In order to be successful with any mobile offering or campaign the three groups should be covered. See the four tactics retailers are doing to implement them.
Retailers must blend the physical and digital worlds into a seamless omnichannel experience to attract and retain today’s empowered shoppers.
Genesco said it plans to implement several aspects of its omnichannel strategy later this year, seeing it as a significant growth area.
Wet Seal, Inc., saw its consolidated comparable store sales decline 16.9% in the first quarter, but ecommerce sales for its Wet Seal brand did increase 8.4%.
The Deloitte study reveals that connected shoppers actually convert at a 40% higher rate than people not consulting devices in store, and 22% of connected shoppers spend more as a result.
While the holiday rush is still months away, e-retailers are already outlining and executing ecommerce marketing strategies for the 2014 shopping season.