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  • Groupon’s mobile apps attract nine million users in December

    / Mobile Commerce

    Groupon’s mobile apps attract nine million users in December

    Mobile accounted for 25% of Groupon purchases that month.

    Posted 02/27/2012Kevin WoodwardPost a comment

    Mobile accounted for 25% of Groupon purchases that month.
  • Let your fingers do the walking--on a keyboard

    Of the top three reasons consumers use web sites, Nos. 1 and 3 are not to buy--they are to research products and find a store. No. 2 is to buy.

    Posted 05/23/2002Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Of the top three reasons consumers use web sites, Nos. 1 and 3 are not to buy--they are to research products and find a store. No. 2 is to buy.
  • Fear and the economy

    Even a bad economy won’t keep people offline, say researchers. Online buying may enjoy a record year as consumers stay home more to shop and fear to travel, meaning no person-to-person holiday gift delivery.

    Posted 11/01/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Even a bad economy won’t keep people offline, say researchers. Online buying may enjoy a record year as consumers stay home more to shop and fear to travel, meaning no person-to-person holiday gift delivery.
  • / Technology

    Amazon Remains King Of The Web Retailing Hill

    After losing the No.1 title in Internet shopping to ebay.com in May, Amazon.com made a comeback in June as the most popular shopping site on the web, with a reach of 14.7%, according to PC Data Inc., a leading Internet market research firm. Overall, there were few changes in the top 10 shopping sites in June. CDNOW.com continues to experience healthy growth with its reach increasing to 7.5% from 3.9% in April. Internet music shopping and download...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    After losing the No.1 title in Internet shopping to ebay.com in May, Amazon.com made a comeback in June as the most popular shopping site on the web, with a reach of 14.7%, according to PC Data Inc., a leading Internet market research firm. Overall, there were few changes in the top 10 shopping…

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