Amazon mobile shopping expands with online grocery pickup

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Curbside online grocery pickup at Whole Foods now available via Amazon. The new Amazon mobile shopping grocery pickup experience will offer American Prime members the option of ordering their groceries online and picking them up in person (without having to leave their car) at its Whole Foods Market stores. The new service will begin in California and Virginia. According to the recent announcement from Amazon and Whole Foods Market, initially, the online grocery ordering and digital pickup system will first be rolled out in Sacramento, California and Virginia Beach, Virginia.…

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Amazon mobile commerce is leaving the competition in the dust

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The online marketplace is considered to be among the most important shopping platforms over online channels. Despite the power of big box retailers, Amazon mobile commerce is still leading the way, just as its e-shopping marketplace is also continuing to be a massive force to be reckoned with. The stock price of the company over the last year has made it clear that this is a brand that knows how to grow. The dominance Amazon mobile commerce has achieved and is steadily holding is a primary reason that explains why…

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Mobile commerce exploded on Amazon over the holidays

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According to recent data compiled by comScore, smartphones and tablets play a vital role with that online marketplace. This holiday season, mobile commerce played a more important role than ever at Amazon, as shopping over that company’s mobile app increased by more than double when compared to the same time in 2014. Moreover, almost 70 percent of the shoppers heading to Amazon did so using a mobile device. Cyber Monday saw a tremendous spike in mobile commerce activity, at which time 33 electronics items were purchased every second by way…

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Mobile commerce made up 60 percent of Amazon’s holiday shopping volume

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This year brought with it a considerable amount of use of smartphones and tablets for product searches. Amazon was a little bit stingy when it came to specific figures, this year – as has been its tradition – for holiday sales performance, but what it has revealed is that mobile commerce played an important role, and that it experienced certain “record breaking” achievements. Among the various claims such as that there was “record growth”, there was a smattering of numbers offered. For example, Amazon showed that it has now enrolled…

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Amazon launches a new mobile commerce service

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Local Register aims to promote mobile commerce among retailers Amazon has a strong interest in mobile commerce, but the company is not only keen to support mobile shopping in the digital space. Amazon has begun offering a new mobile-centric service that will allow merchants in the physical world to accept payments made from a mobile device. The service is called Local Register and is designed to compete with similar services being offered by PayPal and Square. The service may help Amazon further establish a strong position in the mobile commerce…

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Amazon mobile commerce enjoys explosive rate

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The massive online marketplace has reported that on Cyber Monday, shoppers purchased 426 items per second. As the holiday season heads toward a close, the Amazon mobile commerce numbers have now been released and have indicated that online shoppers purchased an average of 426 items per second and the majority of them were made from smartphones and tablets. This statistic was a part of the data that was released by the company for its holiday season. Many of the Amazon mobile commerce figures that were released by the online marketplace…

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Mobile commerce ads from Amazon may be helpful to publishers

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The hope is that it will help them to be able to bypass some of the hesitations of marketers. Amazon is now trying to provide a new opportunity to developers and publishers that will help them to more effectively take advantage of mobile commerce, in conjunction with the expected rapid increase in ad spending over this channel in the next several years. App developers have been struggling to convince marketers that they are worth the limited ad space. This new Amazon mobile commerce option opens up a whole new world…

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Mobile payments could be Amazon’s next big step

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A new solution may be introduced by the internet retailer according to recent filings made by the company. Though nothing official has been announced just yet, the mobile payments industry believes that Amazon is preparing to release its own platform that will offer a solution similar to GoPayment, PayAnywhere, or Square. This assumption has been made based on recent official filings that have been made by Amazon. The filing that has drawn the attention of the mobile payments world to Amazon was made with the United States Patent and Trademark…

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Mobile commerce study identifies companies that make consumers happiest

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A ForeSee Results study has revealed the top 25 companies for smartphone shopping satisfaction. The results of a study that was performed throughout the entire holiday shopping season last year have just been revealed and have shown the dominant mobile commerce players in terms of customer satisfaction. Amazon took the lead, but not by a very big distance, as Apple was only slightly behind it. The ForeSee survey showed that Amazon provided the most customer satisfaction through its mobile commerce experience. In second place was Apple, which wasn’t much of…

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Mcommerce satisfaction is best achieved by Amazon

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A recent survey showed that the online retailer has the best smartphone shopping and service model. The results of a customer satisfaction survey performed by ForeSee Results, a market research firm, Amazon is creating the mcommerce experience that produces the highest degree of customer satisfaction. The study included a survey of 6,200 mobile consumers over the holiday season of 2012. This survey looked into the customer satisfaction levels provided by 25 of the top mcommerce websites. It was Amazon that led the pack after having achieved a score of 85…

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Mobile commerce merchants are moving away from Kindle Fire

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Now many wonder if the will be able to continue long into the future. The latest in mobile commerce in terms of the devices that are leading the way, is that the number of retailers that are selling the Kindle Fire tablet in their bricks and mortar shops is beginning to wither. This could prove detrimental to the holiday shopping season when buyers will be looking to mobile. The most recent among several mass merchants to abandon the Kindle Fire tablet from Amazon, was Walmart. The reason for this trend…

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