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  • The rise of 'the multi-platform majority'

    / Mobile Commerce

    The rise of 'the multi-platform majority'

    56% of U.S. Internet users use both desktops and mobile devices to access digital content online, including e-retail sites and apps, comScore finds. A hefty majority of time spent online occurs on smartphones and tablets, a sea change from just three years ago.

    Posted 04/10/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    56% of U.S. Internet users use both desktops and mobile devices to access digital content online, including e-retail sites and apps, comScore finds. A hefty majority of time spent online occurs on smartphones and tablets, a sea change from just three years ago.
  • Online Easter shoppers plan to spend more than consumers heading for stores

    / E-Retailers

    Online Easter shoppers plan to spend more than consumers heading for stores

    The average Easter shopper planning to shop online will spend $225.64 on items related to the holiday this year—64% more than the $137.46 average spend expected for all Easter shoppers, including those going to stores, a Shop.org survey says.

    Posted 04/09/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    The average Easter shopper planning to shop online will spend $225.64 on items related to the holiday this year—64% more than the $137.46 average spend expected for all Easter shoppers, including those going to stores, a Shop.org survey says.
  • Spreadshirt invests 3 million euros in mobile commerce

    / Mobile Commerce

    Spreadshirt invests 3 million euros in mobile commerce

    The Germany-based retailer of custom T-shirts and other items says although just 20% of its traffic comes from mobile now, it expects 100% of sales to involve mobile somehow within a few years. In preparation, it’s updating its web site with mobile-centric features.

    Posted 04/10/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    The Germany-based retailer of custom T-shirts and other items says although just 20% of its traffic comes from mobile now, it expects 100% of sales to involve mobile somehow within a few years. In preparation, it’s updating its web site with mobile-centric features.

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