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m-commerce, Last Year

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  • Consumer Internet use shifts from PCs to smartphones

    / Mobile Commerce

    Consumer Internet use shifts from PCs to smartphones

    U.S. adults now spend more time on the Internet on smartphones than on PCs, research giant Nielsen finds. 87% of smartphone and/or tablet owners use their devices to shop. Tablets are gaining in importance in m-commerce.

    Posted 02/20/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    U.S. adults now spend more time on the Internet on smartphones than on PCs, research giant Nielsen finds. 87% of smartphone and/or tablet owners use their devices to shop. Tablets are gaining in importance in m-commerce.

    Related Content:Nielsen | Mobile

  • A free tool lets retailers link directly to consumers’ mobile apps

    / Mobile Commerce

    A free tool lets retailers link directly to consumers’ mobile apps

    URLgenius detects the type of device a consumer is using and attempts to open an in-app page when she clicks a link from a smartphone. Initially it’s designed to drive more engagement with brands’ social media pages, but could be extended later to promote mobile purchasing.

    Posted 02/20/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    URLgenius detects the type of device a consumer is using and attempts to open an in-app page when she clicks a link from a smartphone. Initially it’s designed to drive more engagement with brands’ social media pages, but could be extended later to promote mobile purchasing.
  • China web merchants see the future and it’s mobile

    / E-Retailers

    China web merchants see the future and it’s mobile

    China 500 merchants such as Dangdang and Yihaodian are preparing for a date in the near future when m-commerce could account for up to 50% of all web sales. China now has the world’s largest mobile base, with an estimated 1.1 billion subscribers.

    Posted 02/19/2014Mark BrohanPost a comment

    China 500 merchants such as Dangdang and Yihaodian are preparing for a date in the near future when m-commerce could account for up to 50% of all web sales. China now has the world’s largest mobile base, with an estimated 1.1 billion subscribers.
  • Keynote mobile index sets a new record for retailers with perfect availability

    / Mobile Commerce

    Keynote mobile index sets a new record for retailers with perfect availability

    Eight retailers’ mobile sites were available 100% of the time. Among them was Office Depot, which jumped from No. 24 in the mobile commerce performance index two weeks earlier to No. 3 for the week ending Feb. 16.

    Posted 02/19/2014Katie EvansPost a comment

    Eight retailers’ mobile sites were available 100% of the time. Among them was Office Depot, which jumped from No. 24 in the mobile commerce performance index two weeks earlier to No. 3 for the week ending Feb. 16.

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  • How to build a top-notch mobile team—and hang onto it

    / Mobile Commerce

    How to build a top-notch mobile team—and hang onto it

    Speakers at the IRCE Focus: Web Design + Mobile Commerce explain how they got started in mobile, how they find mobile talent and how they maintain a startup atmosphere to retain good workers.

    Posted 02/12/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    Speakers at the IRCE Focus: Web Design + Mobile Commerce explain how they got started in mobile, how they find mobile talent and how they maintain a startup atmosphere to retain good workers.
  • How Rue La La stays ahead of mobile shoppers

    / Mobile Commerce

    How Rue La La stays ahead of mobile shoppers

    The members-only retailer designs for mobile first, building apps that help shoppers close limited-time sales in as few clicks as possible from wherever they may be, Rue La La’s chief technology officer says. More than half its sales in 2014 will be from mobile devices, she said.

    Posted 02/12/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    The members-only retailer designs for mobile first, building apps that help shoppers close limited-time sales in as few clicks as possible from wherever they may be, Rue La La’s chief technology officer says. More than half its sales in 2014 will be from mobile devices, she said.
  • What she wants, when she wants it

    / E-Retailers

    What she wants, when she wants it

    Mobile devices enable TV and web retailer QVC to tailor shopping to a customer's context, a QVC executive explained today at the IRCE Focus mobile commerce conference. She can shop quickly on her phone while picking up the kids, and curl up later with QVC’s iPad app.

    Posted 02/11/2014Don DavisPost a comment

    Mobile devices enable TV and web retailer QVC to tailor shopping to a customer's context, a QVC executive explained today at the IRCE Focus mobile commerce conference. She can shop quickly on her phone while picking up the kids, and curl up later with QVC’s iPad app.

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  • HSN soars nine spots in the Keynote Mobile Commerce Performance Index

    / Mobile Commerce

    HSN soars nine spots in the Keynote Mobile Commerce Performance Index

    The retailer’s m-commerce site availability improves in the index for the week ending Feb. 9, helping the retailer move from No. 13 to No. 4 in the index of 30 mobile commerce sites.

    Posted 02/11/2014Katie EvansPost a comment

    The retailer’s m-commerce site availability improves in the index for the week ending Feb. 9, helping the retailer move from No. 13 to No. 4 in the index of 30 mobile commerce sites.
  • Design with performance in mind

    / Mobile Commerce

    Design with performance in mind

    The time it takes to load Rakuten.com Shopping’s mobile site increases after the retailer makes updates, Keynote says. While the merchant is taking steps to optimize performance, it could speed load times more if it reduced the number of objects on its mobile home page.

    Posted 02/06/2014Katie EvansPost a comment

    The time it takes to load Rakuten.com Shopping’s mobile site increases after the retailer makes updates, Keynote says. While the merchant is taking steps to optimize performance, it could speed load times more if it reduced the number of objects on its mobile home page.

    Related Content:Keynote

  • Mobile devices account for nearly a third of web traffic

    / Mobile Commerce

    Mobile devices account for nearly a third of web traffic

    Internet browsing from smartphones and tablets grew 35% year over year from Q4 2012 to Q4 2013, when it accounted for 31% of all web traffic, according to Walker Sands. More than half of mobile traffic to web sites comes from links in natural search results.

    Posted 02/06/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    Internet browsing from smartphones and tablets grew 35% year over year from Q4 2012 to Q4 2013, when it accounted for 31% of all web traffic, according to Walker Sands. More than half of mobile traffic to web sites comes from links in natural search results.

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