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  • Nordstrom turns to texts for sales

    / Mobile Commerce

    Nordstrom turns to texts for sales

    Shoppers can text store associates what they are seeking and an associate will scour stores for the products that fit the bill. If the shopper likes an item she can purchase with a reply text.

    Posted 05/20/2015Katie EvansPost a comment

    Shoppers can text store associates what they are seeking and an associate will scour stores for the products that fit the bill. If the shopper likes an item she can purchase with a reply text.
  • 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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  • A social/local/mobile shopping destination takes on Amazon.com

    / Mobile Commerce

    A social/local/mobile shopping destination takes on Amazon.com

    Recognizing that the decline of local retail is accelerating the decline in newspaper ads, newspaper publishers take to the web to promote local stores. “Amazon is destroying the local retail business and the newspaper business—without local retail there won’t be any newspapers left,” says the head of the new venture.

    Posted 04/15/2013Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Recognizing that the decline of local retail is accelerating the decline in newspaper ads, newspaper publishers take to the web to promote local stores. “Amazon is destroying the local retail business and the newspaper business—without local retail there won’t be any newspapers left,” says…

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