MobileJan 17, 2016 2:30 PM By Tim Parry
A total of $12.7 billion was spent via mobile commerce in November and December 2015, up a staggering 59% vs. the 2014 holiday season.
MobileJan 12, 2016 3:24 PM By Brett Bair
The 2015 holiday shopping season underscored the importance of mobile as a purchasing channel, with mobile shoppers shifting their behaviors this year from browsing to buying.
MobileJan 07, 2016 8:25 AM By Tim Parry
Maybe the year of mobile commerce FINALLY arrived. Retailers said sales from smartphones grew 53% year-over-year, according to the State of Retailing Online 2016, conducted by Shop.org, Forrester Research, and Bizrate Insights. But there’s a catch: despite increased investments in mobile technology, more ecommerce retailers said they are struggling to find growth.
MobileDec 22, 2015 3:46 PM By MCM Staff
Wayfair’s mobile shopping activity points to an upward trend in mobile traffic with the majority of traffic to Wayfair occurring on phones and tablets. Phone traffic has been sharply on the rise throughout 2015 as consumers have been switching from PCs and tablets to the phone.
MobileDec 10, 2015 1:34 PM By Daniela Forte
Walmart announced the launch of Walmart Pay which will work with any iOS or Android smartphone, any major payment type and at any checkout lane through the Walmart app. See what this will mean for the big box retailer.
MobileNov 24, 2015 10:34 AM By Kurt Heinemann
With people using their mobile devices for planning, showrooming, coupon cutting, and just about everything else, you’ll need to make your digital experiences as mobile centric as possible every step of the way if you want to claim your full share of Black Friday’s revenue opportunities.
MobileNov 19, 2015 9:50 AM By MCM Staff
Despite a backlash against Thanksgiving Day sales events in brick and mortar stores, U.S. consumers have made it their third biggest ecommerce shopping day. Which day of the year is the top ecommerce day in the U.S.? You’ll be surprised…
MobileNov 18, 2015 10:30 AM By Stephanie Capretto
What started as Cyber Monday – when shoppers returned to their desktops at work on Monday with items still on their holiday lists – quickly became Cyber Week, a week-long marathon of savings (and spending). Digital interactions – estimated to impact 64% of all in-store retail sales by the end of 2015 – certainly played a role in this shift.
MobileNov 08, 2015 8:41 AM By Oren Levy
Despite the proliferation of shopping channels, a recent study published by Oracle and Edison Research indicates that last year Christmas sales via smartphones and tablets were up 55%, and 37% of all online sales (or 8.9% of all total retail sales) were made directly via a mobile device.
MobileNov 07, 2015 9:45 PM By Erik Burckart
Last month, PayPal launched a new chip-card reader that will accept contactless mobile payments including Android Pay and Apple Pay. Simultaneously, credit card companies like Visa and MasterCard are changing fraud protection policies to favor chip-embedded cards over those with traditional magnetic strips. As of October 1, point of sale (POS) systems that aren’t upgraded […]
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