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  • Mobile commerce sales are up 101% in Q1 for 350 retailers

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    Mobile commerce sales are up 101% in Q1 for 350 retailers

    Sales from mobile devices increased 101% in the first quarter compared to the same quarter last year for more than 350 retailer clients of mobile commerce vendor Unbound Commerce. The number of transactions increased 82% and the average ticket grew 29%.

    Posted 04/15/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Sales from mobile devices increased 101% in the first quarter compared to the same quarter last year for more than 350 retailer clients of mobile commerce vendor Unbound Commerce. The number of transactions increased 82% and the average ticket grew 29%.

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  • Smartphone traffic is up 43% while desktop traffic is down 21%

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    Smartphone traffic is up 43% while desktop traffic is down 21%

    Comparing online commerce activity at 18 retailer clients of m-commerce platform provider Branding Brand between March 2013 and March 2014, smartphone visits are up 101%, orders placed on smartphones up 130%, and sales stemming from smartphones up 168%. And Branding Brand has launched a new m-commerce site for web-only retailer Vitacost.com.

    Posted 04/08/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Comparing online commerce activity at 18 retailer clients of m-commerce platform provider Branding Brand between March 2013 and March 2014, smartphone visits are up 101%, orders placed on smartphones up 130%, and sales stemming from smartphones up 168%. And Branding Brand has launched a new m…

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  • Half of web sales will be mobile this year for 11% of U.K. retailers

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    Half of web sales will be mobile this year for 11% of U.K. retailers

    That's up from 4% in 2013, according to a survey from IMRG, aU.K.e-retail trade association. One-third of allU.K.web sales today are mobile, IMRG says. Also on the 50% front, 13% ofU.S.marketers say more than half of their marketing budgets will be devoted to mobile by 2018, finds a Yes Lifecycle Marketing study.

    Posted 04/07/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    That's up from 4% in 2013, according to a survey from IMRG, aU.K.e-retail trade association. One-third of allU.K.web sales today are mobile, IMRG says. Also on the 50% front, 13% ofU.S.marketers say more than half of their marketing budgets will be devoted to mobile by 2018, finds a Yes Lifecycle…
  • Mobile commerce will be nearly half of e-commerce by 2018

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    Mobile commerce will be nearly half of e-commerce by 2018

    Tablets will play an increasingly important role as worldwide consumer spending via mobile jumps from $204 billion in 2014 to $626 billion in 2018, according to Goldman Sachs. 535 million consumers across the globe will make a purchase via mobile this year, the firm says.

    Posted 03/10/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Tablets will play an increasingly important role as worldwide consumer spending via mobile jumps from $204 billion in 2014 to $626 billion in 2018, according to Goldman Sachs. 535 million consumers across the globe will make a purchase via mobile this year, the firm says.

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  • Mobile: the sales gift that gives all year long—if retailers invest in it

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    Mobile: the sales gift that gives all year long—if retailers invest in it

    Sales from mobile devices accounted for 21% total U.S. e-commerce sales this past Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the two biggest shopping days of the 2013 holiday season. Learn about what two major web and store merchants did to prepare for the rush.

    Posted 02/28/2014Katie EvansPost a comment

    Sales from mobile devices accounted for 21% total U.S. e-commerce sales this past Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the two biggest shopping days of the 2013 holiday season. Learn about what two major web and store merchants did to prepare for the rush.

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  • How Rue La La stays ahead of mobile shoppers

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    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.

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  • Fans mobilize for Super Bowl shopping

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    Fans mobilize for Super Bowl shopping

    Nearly three-quarters of searches on sporting goods  and team apparel retail sites in advance of game day this year were on mobile devices, according to study by SLI Systems. Fans are also buying big-ticket items—like TVs and gaming consoles—from their smartphones this year, the CEO of comparison shopping site and app BuyVia says.

    Posted 01/31/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    Nearly three-quarters of searches on sporting goods ?and team apparel retail sites in advance of game day this year were on mobile devices, according to study by SLI Systems. Fans are also buying big-ticket items—like TVs and gaming consoles—from their smartphones this year, the CEO of…

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  • QVC, the fifth largest merchant in web retailing, launches responsive design

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    QVC, the fifth largest merchant in web retailing, launches responsive design

    That’s a big vote of confidence for a design technique only a couple years old in retail. QVC dropped its standalone m-commerce site for smartphones and is taking a step-by-step approach, starting with checkout, to transforming its existing desktop site into a single responsive site that renders content to fit the screens of desktops, tablets, smartphones and devices yet to come.

    Posted 01/30/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    That’s a big vote of confidence for a design technique only a couple years old in retail. QVC dropped its standalone m-commerce site for smartphones and is taking a step-by-step approach, starting with checkout, to transforming its existing desktop site into a single responsive site that renders…

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  • Apple’s App Store rings up $10 billion in 2013

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    Apple’s App Store rings up $10 billion in 2013

    The No. 1 retailer in mobile commerce lifts the curtain on its App Store, revealing that more than half of its total app sales since the 2008 launch of the App Store occurred last year. Apple owns 63% of the mobile app market compared with Android’s 37%, an app analytics firm finds.

    Posted 01/07/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    The No. 1 retailer in mobile commerce lifts the curtain on its App Store, revealing that more than half of its total app sales since the 2008 launch of the App Store occurred last year. Apple owns 63% of the mobile app market compared with Android’s 37%, an app analytics firm finds.

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  • On Christmas, Apple iOS drives five times more sales than Android

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    On Christmas, Apple iOS drives five times more sales than Android

    What’s more, the average order value for shoppers on iPhones and iPads on Dec. 25, 2013, was $93.94 compared with $48.10 for shoppers on Android smartphones and tablets, IBM finds. Demographics are key, one mobile commerce expert says.

    Posted 01/02/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    What’s more, the average order value for shoppers on iPhones and iPads on Dec. 25, 2013, was $93.94 compared with $48.10 for shoppers on Android smartphones and tablets, IBM finds. Demographics are key, one mobile commerce expert says.

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