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  • A major new phenomenon in e-retail: Customers who only use mobile

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    A major new phenomenon in e-retail: Customers who only use mobile

    About one-third of online shoppers at the top 10 retailers as measured by monthly unique visitors shop only on mobile devices, comScore finds. This places even more pressure on merchants to build strong m-commerce sites and apps, an analyst says.

    Posted 02/03/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    About one-third of online shoppers at the top 10 retailers as measured by monthly unique visitors shop only on mobile devices, comScore finds. This places even more pressure on merchants to build strong m-commerce sites and apps, an analyst says.

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  • A major new phenomenon in e-retail: Customers who only use mobile

    / Mobile Commerce

    A major new phenomenon in e-retail: Customers who only use mobile

    About one-third of online shoppers at the top 10 retailers as measured by monthly unique visitors only shop on mobile devices, absolutely no desktop involved, comScore finds. This places even more pressure on merchants to build m-commerce sites and apps, and make sure those mobile destinations have everything a customer expects from a desktop site, a comScore analyst says.

    Posted 02/03/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    About one-third of online shoppers at the top 10 retailers as measured by monthly unique visitors only shop on mobile devices, absolutely no desktop involved, comScore finds. This places even more pressure on merchants to build m-commerce sites and apps, and make sure those mobile destinations have…

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  • Holiday retail spending on PCs grows 10%

    / E-Retailers

    Holiday retail spending on PCs grows 10%

    U.S. consumers spent more than $46.5 billion during the holiday season, comScore says in an estimate that does not include mobile commerce. The shorter holiday season in 2013 served to make e-commerce sales softer than the firm had anticipated.

    Posted 01/07/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    U.S. consumers spent more than $46.5 billion during the holiday season, comScore says in an estimate that does not include mobile commerce. The shorter holiday season in 2013 served to make e-commerce sales softer than the firm had anticipated.
  • Two takes on holiday web sales

    / E-Retailers

    Two takes on holiday web sales

    IBM says online retail sales grew 37% year over year last weekend. ComScore says the weekend was disappointing, and that web purchases by consumers using computers, not mobile devices, are now up only 10%. Meanwhile, some delivery services didn't make holiday deadlines.

    Posted 12/26/2013Allison EnrightPost a comment

    IBM says online retail sales grew 37% year over year last weekend. ComScore says the weekend was disappointing, and that web purchases by consumers using computers, not mobile devices, are now up only 10%. Meanwhile, some delivery services didn't make holiday deadlines.
  • Sports Authority gets in the mobile check-in game with Shopkick

    / Mobile

    Sports Authority gets in the mobile check-in game with Shopkick

    In-store shoppers with smartphones can earn rewards for checking in, scanning bar codes and making purchases. 8.1 million smartphone owners used the Shopkick rewards app in October, comScore reports.

    Posted 12/19/2013Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    In-store shoppers with smartphones can earn rewards for checking in, scanning bar codes and making purchases. 8.1 million smartphone owners used the Shopkick rewards app in October, comScore reports.
  • Apathetic about mobile? You’re in for a rude awakening

    / Mobile

    Apathetic about mobile? You’re in for a rude awakening

    That’s what a comScore analyst says based on the web measurement firm’s latest data, which shows 57% of all online retail visitors use mobile devices to shop. Mobile sales will continue to grow, comScore says.

    Posted 12/19/2013Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    That’s what a comScore analyst says based on the web measurement firm’s latest data, which shows 57% of all online retail visitors use mobile devices to shop. Mobile sales will continue to grow, comScore says.
  • Weekend web shopping rises during the holidays

    / E-Retailers

    Weekend web shopping rises during the holidays

    Holiday e-commerce in the U.S. has increased 20.6% so far this season, comScore says. The shortened season and other factors are driving consumers to do more web shopping on the weekends, the web measurement firm says.

    Posted 12/18/2013Thad RueterPost a comment

    Holiday e-commerce in the U.S. has increased 20.6% so far this season, comScore says. The shortened season and other factors are driving consumers to do more web shopping on the weekends, the web measurement firm says.
  • A strong Monday for online sales follows a blockbuster weekend

    / E-Retailers

    A strong Monday for online sales follows a blockbuster weekend

    Online sales jumped 71% over the past weekend compared with last year, comScore reports today. Consumers ‘showrooming’ in stores likely contributed to the gains, comScore says. And Monday was the third billion-dollar day this season in web sales.

    Posted 12/11/2013Thad RueterPost a comment

    Online sales jumped 71% over the past weekend compared with last year, comScore reports today. Consumers ‘showrooming’ in stores likely contributed to the gains, comScore says. And Monday was the third billion-dollar day this season in web sales.
  • A cyber sales surge

    / Technology

    A cyber sales surge

    Web sales jump 18% on Cyber Monday, comScore says.

    Posted 12/03/2013Katie EvansPost a comment

    Web sales jump 18% on Cyber Monday, comScore says.
  • A solid holiday shopping season opener

    / E-Retailers

    A solid holiday shopping season opener

    More shoppers hit the web and stores over Thanksgiving weekend.

    Posted 12/01/2013Katie EvansPost a comment

    More shoppers hit the web and stores over Thanksgiving weekend.
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