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  • Who are the top 15 most popular retailers among mobile consumers?

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    Who are the top 15 most popular retailers among mobile consumers?

    Surely you can figure out No. 1 and No. 2. Perhaps some surprises further down comScore’s ranking of retailers by mobile traffic: Nike, Redbox, Shopzilla and Etsy.

    Posted 09/29/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Surely you can figure out No. 1 and No. 2. Perhaps some surprises further down comScore’s ranking of retailers by mobile traffic: Nike, Redbox, Shopzilla and Etsy.
  • Retailers need to work on smartphone shopper conversion

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    Retailers need to work on smartphone shopper conversion

    More people are visiting commerce sites on their smartphones, but relatively few are purchasing.

    Posted 09/29/2014Matt LindnerPost a comment

    More people are visiting commerce sites on their smartphones, but relatively few are purchasing.
  • Exclusive: Mobile now the primary way consumers shop online

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    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.

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  • Mobile commerce sales via affiliate networks soar

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    Mobile commerce sales via affiliate networks soar

    Sales via smartphones and tablets through the U.S. and U.K. affiliate networks of Affiliate Window accounted for 19.0% of total web sales in May 2013 and 30.6% in May 2014. Traffic from both smartphones and tablets continues to grow at the expense of desktops.

    Posted 06/04/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Sales via smartphones and tablets through the U.S. and U.K. affiliate networks of Affiliate Window accounted for 19.0% of total web sales in May 2013 and 30.6% in May 2014. Traffic from both smartphones and tablets continues to grow at the expense of desktops.
  • Mobile commerce now accounts for 34% of U.K. web sales

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    Mobile commerce now accounts for 34% of U.K. web sales

    And British consumers on smartphones and tablets account for nearly half of total visits to e-retail sites, according to IMRG and Capgemini.

    Posted 05/29/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    And British consumers on smartphones and tablets account for nearly half of total visits to e-retail sites, according to IMRG and Capgemini.

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  • When a mobile site beats a responsive design site

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    When a mobile site beats a responsive design site

    Web-only retailer BeddingStyle.com has unveiled an m-commerce site for smartphones, built with m-commerce platform provider Unbound Commerce. The merchant’s site manager says going with a standalone mobile site was much quicker and more cost-effective than building a responsive design site. And the merchant did not need a tablet site, he adds.

    Posted 04/30/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Web-only retailer BeddingStyle.com has unveiled an m-commerce site for smartphones, built with m-commerce platform provider Unbound Commerce. The merchant’s site manager says going with a standalone mobile site was much quicker and more cost-effective than building a responsive design site. And…
  • M-commerce sites can’t slow much during peak hours

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    M-commerce sites can’t slow much during peak hours

    When traffic is heaviest, m-commerce site page load times can slow by 20% from non-peak traffic periods, but no more, says mobile and web performance firm Keynote. TV retailer HSN maintains very consistent performance throughout the day, a key to it jumping up the weekly Keynote Mobile Commerce Performance Index.

    Posted 03/20/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    When traffic is heaviest, m-commerce site page load times can slow by 20% from non-peak traffic periods, but no more, says mobile and web performance firm Keynote. TV retailer HSN maintains very consistent performance throughout the day, a key to it jumping up the weekly Keynote Mobile Commerce…
  • Staples holds off on responsive design to expedite mobile projects

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    Staples holds off on responsive design to expedite mobile projects

    The second-largest online retailer is responding to increasing shopper traffic on smartphones and tablets by rolling out a series of redesigned mobile sites and apps, a Staples executive says at the IRCE Focus mobile conference. Read more to learn how the chain has handled its rapid-fire mobile projects.

    Posted 02/12/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    The second-largest online retailer is responding to increasing shopper traffic on smartphones and tablets by rolling out a series of redesigned mobile sites and apps, a Staples executive says at the IRCE Focus mobile conference. Read more to learn how the chain has handled its rapid-fire mobile…

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  • 80% of consumers’ mobile browsing time is on apps

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    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…

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  • Mobile devices account for nearly a third of web traffic

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    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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