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  • Exclusive: Mobile now the primary way consumers shop online

    / Mobile Commerce

    Exclusive: Mobile now the primary way consumers shop online

    The leading mobile commerce technology vendor to the 2015 Mobile 500 reveals to Internet Retailer that web traffic to its key clients from smartphones and tablets has now surpassed 50%, and measurement firm comScore says U.S. online retail has hit the mobile tipping point.

    Posted 09/04/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    The leading mobile commerce technology vendor to the 2015 Mobile 500 reveals to Internet Retailer that web traffic to its key clients from smartphones and tablets has now surpassed 50%, and measurement firm comScore says U.S. online retail has hit the mobile tipping point.
  • Smartphone users in stores compare prices, read reviews and do much more

    / Mobile Commerce

    Smartphone users in stores compare prices, read reviews and do much more

    Yes, U.S. smartphone users are showrooming for better deals online, but they are also doing many other things to help them decide whether to make a purchase in-store, a study finds.

    Posted 07/31/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Yes, U.S. smartphone users are showrooming for better deals online, but they are also doing many other things to help them decide whether to make a purchase in-store, a study finds.

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  • Wal-Mart doubles down on e-commerce in Brazil

    / E-Retailers

    Wal-Mart doubles down on e-commerce in Brazil

    With a newly designed site, building to 2 million SKUs and a new marketplace, Wal-Mart makes a run at becoming Brazil’s largest online retailer.

    Posted 07/02/2014Mark BrohanPost a comment

    With a newly designed site, building to?2 million SKUs and a new marketplace, Wal-Mart makes a run at becoming Brazil’s largest online retailer.

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  • Facebook doesn’t have a teen problem

    / Marketing

    Facebook doesn’t have a teen problem

    A new Forrester Research report found 28% of young teen Facebook users say they use the social network “all the time.”

    Posted 06/26/2014Zak StamborPost a comment

    A new Forrester Research report found 28% of young teen Facebook users say they use the social network “all the time.”
  • Target lowers its free shipping threshold

    / E-Retailers

    Target lowers its free shipping threshold

    Almost all orders of $50 or more trigger free shipping. In the past, only qualified items counted toward the total for free shipping.

    Posted 06/24/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    Almost all orders of $50 or more trigger free shipping. In the past, only qualified items counted toward the total for free shipping.

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  • E-retail picks up speed in Q1

    / E-Retailers

    E-retail picks up speed in Q1

    Consumer online shopping on personal computers increased 12% year over year in the first quarter, after 11% growth in the fourth quarter, comScore reports. Mobile shopping grew 23%.

    Posted 05/13/2014Don DavisPost a comment

    Consumer online shopping on personal computers increased 12% year over year in the first quarter, after 11% growth in the fourth quarter, comScore reports. Mobile shopping grew 23%.

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  • The rise of 'the multi-platform majority'

    / Mobile Commerce

    The rise of 'the multi-platform majority'

    56% of U.S. Internet users use both desktops and mobile devices to access digital content online, including e-retail sites and apps, comScore finds. A hefty majority of time spent online occurs on smartphones and tablets, a sea change from just three years ago.

    Posted 04/10/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    56% of U.S. Internet users use both desktops and mobile devices to access digital content online, including e-retail sites and apps, comScore finds. A hefty majority of time spent online occurs on smartphones and tablets, a sea change from just three years ago.
  • 80% of consumers’ mobile browsing time is on apps

    / Mobile Commerce

    80% of consumers’ mobile browsing time is on apps

    U.S. consumers spend more time with retailers online on smartphones and tablets than on desktops, comScore’s Gian Fulgoni said at the IRCE Focus: Web Design + Mobile Commerce. And, though 2013 may already have been ‘the year of the tablet,’ says Internet Retailer’s Mark Brohan, there’s more tablet growth ahead.

    Posted 02/11/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    U.S. consumers spend more time with retailers online on smartphones and tablets than on desktops, comScore’s Gian Fulgoni said at the IRCE Focus: Web Design + Mobile Commerce. And, though 2013 may already have been ‘the year of the tablet,’ says Internet Retailer’s Mark Brohan, there’s…

    Related Content:Mobile App | Comscore

  • Responsive design has awakened Fathead to a new mobile reality

    / Marketing

    Responsive design has awakened Fathead to a new mobile reality

    With sales on smartphones up 538% and revenue from non-phones up 25% after deploying a responsive design site, e-retailer Fathead has learned design isn't about the device, but about what devices can do. The merchant’s marketing chief speaks next week at an Internet Retailer conference.

    Posted 02/06/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    With sales on smartphones up 538% and revenue from non-phones up 25% after deploying a responsive design site, e-retailer Fathead has learned design isn't about the device, but about what devices can do. The merchant’s marketing chief speaks next week at an Internet Retailer conference.

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  • It was a good fourth quarter for iPhones

    / Mobile Commerce

    It was a good fourth quarter for iPhones

    Apple’s iPhone continues to grow its share of the smartphone market while Android phones’ share drops once again, finds comScore, which also breaks down the smartphone market by device manufacturer.

    Posted 02/06/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    Apple’s iPhone continues to grow its share of the smartphone market while Android phones’ share drops once again, finds comScore, which also breaks down the smartphone market by device manufacturer.

    Related Content:Comscore | Mobile

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