Americans look to mobile shopping research first, then head to stores

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New research shows that most U.S. consumers will check out a product online before buying in person. Last year, the American e-commerce market watched mobile shopping research take off before consumers were even getting in their cars to visit stores. In fact 88 percent of consumers were using the internet to read up on products before making an in-store purchase. During the holiday season, many people who had planned to shop online headed to brick and mortar shops. In the United States, holiday shoppers used online and mobile shopping research…

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Mobile fashion retail leaders appeal to smartphone toting consumers

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Throughout London Fashion Week, leading designers and retailers campaigned with m-commerce innovation. New study results released during London Fashion Week showed that mobile fashion retail is stronger than ever before. Retailers and top design labels are using m-commerce innovation to improve the consumer experience. The study was published in the 2017 Mobile Retail Report by Ampersand, a benchmarking report. The purpose of the report is to rank and compare top high street brands in terms of their mobile fashion retail experience offerings. This includes everything from mobile website features to…

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Mobile commerce shopping will make up half of e-purchases in 3 years

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By 2020, smartphone and tablet using consumers will buy just as much as their desktop using counterparts. It’s no mystery that mobile commerce shopping trends are on the rise, but a recent report by UPS predicts that by 2020, orders made over mobile device will represent half of all online purchasing. In fact, the forecast showed that m-commerce will make up about $250 billion in sales per year by then. The UPS report indicated that most of the mobile sales will come from consumers using smartphones. It also stated that…

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M-commerce growth will reach $6 trillion in 4 years

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Mobile shopping apps are expected to become quite mainstream and very successful in coming years. Mobile app specialist firm, App Annie, predicts that m-commerce will not only accelerate in the near future, but it will become very important. This is welcome news to tech companies in their currently slumping sector. The firm forecasted rapid growth to the degree that it will break the $6 trillion in transactions per year mark by 2021. Bertrand Schmitt, founder and chief exec of App Annie, revealed this m-commerce growth prediction in a recent media…

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M-commerce at QVC rises by a massive 63 percent in the third quarter

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American web sales rose by 12 percent and now make up 41 percent of the total sales seen by the company. QVC has managed to establish itself as an m-commerce master, having ranked third in the 2014 Internet Retailer Mobile 500, with only Apple and Amazon ahead of its ranking. That said, the company is also continuing to grow its online consumer base over mobile. During this year’s third quarter, the American m-commerce figures from QVC saw sales rising by a whopping 63 percent. This now means that mobile represents…

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Mobile commerce grew 31 percent in 2013’s first quarter

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According to the latest IBM Online Retail Index, shopping with smartphones and tablets is growing fast. Driven primarily by shopping over tablets, mobile commerce sales rose by 31 percent in this year’s first quarter, as multi-channel buying has become one of the most popular ways to learn about and purchase products. At the same time, the same data indicated that retail sales in stores rose by 3.7 percent in that same time. These figures are from the latest IBM Online Retail Index, as well as from the U.S. Department of…

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Mobile commerce study shows massive growth

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A new study conducted in the United Kingdom has shown that the smartphone shopping trend is expanding rapidly. Mobile commerce is rapidly making its mark on the world and the results of the latest study conducted in the United Kingdom have suggested that if companies fail to accept this fact and keep up with the demands of technology, they could rapidly be left behind by their competition. The popularity of smartphones has made this channel available and used by a very rapidly growing consumer base. Gartner research has now shown…

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M-commerce affiliate network sees explosive performance

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The company has broken records that had previously been set as it jumps past its millionth mobile sale. Affiliate Window, a network from the United Kingdom, has just announced that it has lined up for a highly successful year and has already broken records as a result of the impact of m-commerce. The network reported that it broke the million sale mark in March 2013, and that this shattered previous records. This m-commerce performance has kept it on track for the type of highly successful year that it was hoping…

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Mobile commerce environment shows ongoing strength

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A new report has shown that this channel is rapidly on the grow, but mobile payment methods remain shaky. A new report released by Information Week which is called “Mobile Commerce: State of the Market” has revealed that the channel is continuing to grow with considerable strength and speed. The data used for the report was from a survey that was conducted with the participation of 500 company execs. It illustrated the strong and rapid growth being see in the mobile commerce ecosystem. For instance, among the executives from the…

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M-commerce statistics have increased this year

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A recent survey has shown that while the channel is on the rise, there are still barriers to be faced. The results of a recent study conducted by Stibo Systems in their 2013 Consumer Retail Survey have shown that the number of purchases made over m-commerce have increased by 19 percent within the last year. Over the last year, purchases made over smartphones have increased considerably, says the study. The research indicates that they increased from 40 percent to 59 percent within the 12 months prior to the study. At…

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M-commerce is looking very promising for years to come


The latest data is showing that the future of the channel is looking quite bright and appealing. Mobile phones have become the most commonly used electronic devices on the planet, with a recent U.N. study showing that there is greater access to them around the world than there is to toilets, which is bad news for sanitation but quite promising for m-commerce. Predictions have shown that there are currently between 6 and 7 billion of the devices currently in use. While the U.N.’s study said that approximately 6 billion people…

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