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  • The search is on

    The search is on

    Google in April changed its mobile search algorithm to favor websites it considers smartphone-friendly.  E-retailers and experts explain the change and what they are doing to rank highly.

    Posted 06/02/2015April BerthenePost a comment

    Google in April changed its mobile search algorithm to favor websites it considers smartphone-friendly.? E-retailers and experts explain the change and what they are doing to rank highly.

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  • 10 questions to ask before selecting an e-commerce platform

    10 questions to ask before selecting an e-commerce platform

    Retailers need to ask vendors—and themselves—the right questions in order to make the optimal choice.

    Posted 05/01/2015Don DavisPost a comment

    Retailers need to ask vendors—and themselves—the right questions in order to make the optimal choice.

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  • A tepid reception for TV shopping

    A tepid reception for TV shopping

    Brands and retailers experiment with selling via web-connected TVs, but smartphones and tablets may trump the remote.

    Posted 05/01/2015Post a comment

    Brands and retailers experiment with selling via web-connected TVs, but smartphones and tablets may trump the remote.
  • App map

    App map

    Top executives map out the key features of highly successful mobile apps.

    Posted 04/01/2015Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Top executives map out the key features of highly successful mobile apps.
  • What do early results say about Apple Pay?

    What do early results say about Apple Pay?

    That it’s off to a good start, and has brought the concept of paying for goods in-store with a smartphone into the mainstream. Retailers that accept Apple Pay and m-commerce researchers tell the beginning of what likely will be a long story.

    Posted 03/02/2015Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    That it’s off to a good start, and has brought the concept of paying for goods in-store with a smartphone into the mainstream. Retailers that accept Apple Pay and m-commerce researchers tell the beginning of what likely will be a long story.

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  • Hail to the chiefs

    Hail to the chiefs

    Internet Retailer profiles the 10 most innovative executives in mobile commerce, who offer lessons learned and point the way forward.

    Posted 12/30/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Internet Retailer profiles the 10 most innovative executives in mobile commerce, who offer lessons learned and point the way forward.
  • Mobile

    Mobile

    Mobile commerce is growing quickly and this year's hot 10 mobile retailers are catering to consumers by deploying technologies and strategies—both on mobile commerce sites and apps—that make the most of mobile.

    Posted 12/03/2014Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Mobile commerce is growing quickly and this year's hot 10 mobile retailers are catering to consumers by deploying technologies and strategies—both on mobile commerce sites and apps—that make the most of mobile.

    Related Content:Peapod | Walmart Online Strategy

  • Make it easy

    Make it easy

    One-touch checkout from Apple and PayPal topples mobile commerce’s biggest hurdle.

    Posted 10/31/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    One-touch checkout from Apple and PayPal topples mobile commerce’s biggest hurdle.
  • Retailers tackle their mobile to-do list

    Retailers tackle their mobile to-do list

    With m-commerce sales among Mobile 500 leaders soaring 80% this year, executives from Amazon, Wal-Mart, Peapod and others share how they juggle mobile priorities with the goal of providing the best shopping services to consumers sporting every sort of mobile device.

    Posted 10/01/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    With m-commerce sales among Mobile 500 leaders soaring 80% this year, executives from Amazon, Wal-Mart, Peapod and others share how they juggle mobile priorities with the goal of providing the best shopping services to consumers sporting every sort of mobile device.

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  • Searching for profit in mobile search

    Searching for profit in mobile search

    Striving for greater ROI from mobile paid search, e-retailers match content to the buying cycle and make improvements to their mobile sites.

    Posted 08/04/2014Post a comment

    Striving for greater ROI from mobile paid search, e-retailers match content to the buying cycle and make improvements to their mobile sites.
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