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 … Continue Reading →
Realizing that no smartphone user wants to have to endlessly zoom in and out while viewing a webpage, Google instituted what many call Mobilegeddon – a mandate requiring sites to feature mobile-friendly design. Here’s a look at an experiment conducted by Catchpoint Systems to determine to what extent – if any – mobile site performance is a factor in determining mobile-friendliness, and hence Mobilegeddon.
If there is one major lesson merchants learned during the 2014 holiday season, it’s that mobile mattered more than ever. Mobile commerce went from being a necessary evil to an overnight game-changer. And the merchants that got on board with mobile commerce reaped the benefits of the iOS and Android-armed shoppers.