All kinds of merchants are doing a fantastic job on mobile. Look at the smartphone experience offered by Starbucks, or the way that Lululemon goes mobile first. Mobile represents a challenge, but it’s also a huge opportunity.
Mobile holiday shopping has increased 80% over 2012 with nearly 20% of sales coming from mobile devices, according to a press release.A recent survey by Tripwire, Inc., found that consumers are not concerned about security as they are about convenience.
The act of showrooming is seeing a growth that cuts across a variety of demographic segments, according to the Holidays Retail Trends study by CFI Group. This is due in part to mobile technology, and practiced by a majority of consumers whether they intend to or not.
As we wrap up another year, merchants are now looking into what they can expect for 2014 in the ecommerce world. This article will look back at what was hot in 2013, and what merchants should focus on moving into 2014, including creating targeted, personalized and seamless shopping experience for consumers.
What will retail look like in 2014? Contributing writer Jonathan Levitt sees two major emerging trends occurring in the New Year: the rise of the ubiquitous shopper and wide-scale retail automation.
In this video interview, MarketLive chairman and founder Ken Burke talks about some of the reasons the ecommerce channel is seeing such tremendous growth.
With shoppers increasingly using mobile devices to make purchases, Shopatron saw an increase in its Cyber Monday sales of 52% over the 2012 holiday season, according to a press release by Shopatron.
Branding Brand, the mobile commerce platform to top retailers, today announced the results of its Mobile Commerce Index for Cyber Monday, which showed a 150% increase in sales on smartphone-optimized websites.
Adobe reported record Cyber Monday sales. IBM reported record Cyber Monday sales. comScore reported record Cyber Monday Sales. Rumors of Cyber Monday’s death have been greatly exaggerated.
Whether you are making enhancements to or rolling out a new or refreshed ecommerce site, it’s important to test that links work, buttons lead where they promise, and the coding does what it’s supposed to do.But even after an ecommerce site passes the QA tests, customers can still get frustrated with the user experience.In this […]