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  • Mobile apps dominate time consumers spend online

    / Mobile Commerce

    Mobile apps dominate time consumers spend online

    That’s not the majority of mobile time, that’s the majority of digital time: desktop, laptop, tablet, smartphone, web browser, mobile app, you name it, according to an Internet Retailer exclusive from web and mobile measurement firm comScore.

    Posted 12/10/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    …laptop, tablet, smartphone, web browser, mobile app, you name it, according to an Internet Retailer exclusive from web and mobile measurement firm comScore.

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  • So, consumers think they use the mobile web as much as apps, but don’t?

    / Mobile Commerce

    So, consumers think they use the mobile web as much as apps, but don’t?

    Yep, according to an interpretation by the Interactive Advertising Bureau of the results of its new mobile study, which puts the mobile web/app split around 50/50, and the latest mobile measurements from comScore, at 13/87.

    Posted 01/23/2015Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    …Advertising Bureau of the results of its new mobile study, which puts the mobile web/app split around 50/50, and the latest mobile measurements from comScore, at 13/87.
  • Holiday web sales beat forecast

    / E-Retailers

    Holiday web sales beat forecast

    Online retail sales increased 15% in November and December, comScore says today, ahead of the 14% the web tracking firm had predicted. Today’s estimate includes only purchases made on computers. When counting mobile devices, one analyst says the total growth will exceed 17%.

    Posted 01/07/2015Don DavisPost a comment

    Online retail sales increased 15% in November and December, comScore says today, ahead of the 14% the web tracking firm had predicted. Today’s estimate includes only purchases made on computers. When counting mobile devices, one analyst says the total growth will exceed 17%.

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  • The mobile holiday rush continues

    / E-Retailers

    The mobile holiday rush continues

    Shoppers are shopping more on their smartphones than ever before, and that continued during the second week of December, according to Custora. Meanwhile, ComScore says sales growth via desktop computers slowed slightly during the second week of December.

    Posted 12/17/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    …are shopping more on their smartphones than ever before, and that continued during the second week of December, according to Custora. Meanwhile, ComScore says sales growth via desktop computers slowed slightly during the second week of December.

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  • Holiday web sales grow 13.9%

    / Technology

    Holiday web sales grow 13.9%

    Sales on key shopping days came in below expectations as retailers offered deals well before Thanksgiving. Consumers spent less per transaction and shopped more on mobile devices.

    Posted 01/05/2015Allison EnrightPost a comment

    Sales on key shopping days came in below expectations as retailers offered deals well before Thanksgiving. Consumers spent less per transaction and shopped more on mobile devices.

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  • Holiday e-retail increases at least 11% so far this season

    / E-Retailers

    Holiday e-retail increases at least 11% so far this season

    A comScore report finds that U.S. consumers have spent more than $17.5 billion from desktop computers.

    Posted 11/25/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    A comScore report finds that U.S. consumers have spent more than $17.5 billion from desktop computers.

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  • Holiday web sales increase 15% so far this season

    / E-Retailers

    Holiday web sales increase 15% so far this season

    The final full holiday shopping week brought a year-over-year web sales increase of 18%, comScore says.

    Posted 12/23/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    The final full holiday shopping week brought a year-over-year web sales increase of 18%, comScore says.
  • A single-day e-commerce sales record

    / E-Retailers

    A single-day e-commerce sales record

    Online retail sales on Cyber Monday topped $2 billion, comScore says, the first time that mark has been breached in a single day. And that just counts purchases on computers, not mobile devices. Consumers spent 17% more via desktop computers than last year, Over the weekend, consumers spent 26% more than 2013.

    Posted 12/03/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    Online retail sales on Cyber Monday topped $2 billion, comScore says, the first time that mark has been breached in a single day. And that just counts purchases on computers, not mobile devices. Consumers spent 17% more via desktop computers than last year, Over the weekend, consumers spent 26% more…

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  • Online sales rise 8.3% Christmas Day

    / E-Retailers

    Online sales rise 8.3% Christmas Day

    Average order value was up 6.2% on the holiday versus Christmas Day 2013, IBM says. Amazon reports attracting 10 million new Prime customers during the holiday season and UPS gears up to handle 4 million returns in the first week of January.

    Posted 12/26/2014Don DavisPost a comment

    Average order value was up 6.2% on the holiday versus Christmas Day 2013, IBM says. Amazon reports attracting 10 million new Prime customers during the holiday season and UPS gears up to handle 4 million returns in the first week of January.
  • A merry and mobile holiday weekend for web retailers

    / E-Retailers

    A merry and mobile holiday weekend for web retailers

    Online retail sales were up 32% on Thanksgiving Day versus last year and 26% on Friday, comScore reports, just counting sales made on personal computers. Counting mobile devices, the increases would be bigger. But NRF and ShopperTrak say total retail sales were off for the holiday weekend.

    Posted 11/30/2014Don DavisPost a comment

    Online retail sales were up 32% on Thanksgiving Day versus last year and 26% on Friday, comScore reports, just counting sales made on personal computers. Counting mobile devices, the increases would be bigger. But NRF and ShopperTrak say total retail sales were off for the holiday weekend.

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