As 2019 arrives, it’s time to reflect on the impact mobile technology had on retail in 2018. While mobile was already predominantly used in ecommerce to create personalized consumer experiences, the role of mobile apps reached new heights. Here is what to expect from mobile payments in 2019.
If the 2017 holiday season taught us anything, it’s that mobile is the new normal for online shopping. On Black Friday alone, over 60% of retail website visits happened on mobile devices, driving more than 46% of all purchases. Here are three steps to increase your mobile sales this year.
Mobile is more than just another marketing channel. It’s the nexus of all marketing vehicles where varied sources, messages and content types come together. Find out how retailers can use mobile to their advantage to reach their customers.
Fitness brands today are not only selling fitness-related products, they are creating an entire lifestyle around fitness. See which brands are doing it right and how each of them are contributing to the transformation that is occurring in today’s retail environment.
In an effort to increase upsell to its most loyal customers, Birchbox has revamped its mobile app after looking at the metrics and finding some of its most engaged customers were using it. Learn about some of the app features that offer a more personalized experience for the subscription service’s mobile customers.
Adidas announced the launch of its new mobile app. It offers access to products on Adidas’s ecommerce site, and is tailored to a consumer’s preference and behaviors. See what other features the mobile app offers and how it’s part of a larger initiative from the brand.
BJ’s Wholesale Club announced the launch of its new mobile app and add-to-card coupons feature. Here are some of the features of the new mobile app and how it will benefit customers.
If last year’s data on shopping app spending was any indication of what’s coming this fall, Thanksgiving and Black Friday are poised to be the biggest mobile shopping days of the year in the U.S. Here is what retailers can expect from mobile commerce this holiday season.
We talk about omnichannel and the customer experience, how to make it simpler is step one, making it easy to pay is the key to conversion. Here is why mobile is killing the checkout form and what you should know to make the overall experience an easier one.
With mobile becoming the preferred transaction channel, ecommerce ventures would do well improving their mobile storefronts. Here are five ways retailers can boost their mobile sales in 2017.