Mobile Commerce spikes upward in July

Mobile Commerce Report 2013

Sales over that channel grew by 129 percent in July when compared to much lower desktop based performance. According to the latest statistics that have been released on the IMRG Capgemini e-Retail Sales Index, last month, the sales over mobile commerce in the United Kingdom managed to grow by a phenomenal 129 percent when compared to the figures from the same time in 2012. This data shows that the growth rate in smartphone based sales is far higher than that from desktops. The rate of growth in sales seen by…

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Mobile commerce is growing almost three times faster than desktop shopping

Mobile trends

The increase in shoppers using smartphones and tablets in the United States is far greater than it is using laptops. Overall, retailers are struggling less in the online sphere than they are in the offline environment, but it is specifically over mobile commerce that the very highest levels of growth are being achieved in the United States. Spending over mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets increased by 31 percent during the first quarter. This increase was measured when compared to the same quarter during 2012. At the same time,…

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