The tablet, unlike the smartphone or traditional web experience, lets consumers more viscerally interact with the web content.
Four of 5 ecommerce decision-makers surveyed said they are taking steps to improve the online shopping experience for this year’s holiday season.
Couch commerce is driven by individuals who browse and make purchases using tablets, generally at night and on the weekends from their homes.
Order fulfillment is a crucial part of business. As the last link in the supply chain, it is essential that orders are fulfilled quickly and shipped on time.
With $35.27 billion in holiday spending in 2011 and even stronger 2012 holiday sales likely, retailers must plan around key ecommerce trends.
Leading digital analytics firm comScore confirmed the transposition from desktop computers to mobile in its latest report.
With cart abandonment rates soaring at 70 percent, online stores can benefit from the information uncovered by comScore.
No longer can retailers rely on foot traffic, word of mouth and basic advertising to grow their pool of shoppers, as online business and the reputation that comes with it becomes more essential every day.
Improve your ecommerce site’s checkout process and decrease the number of customer exits.
Small and mid size online retailers are highly confident in the future of ecommerce, according to the 2012 spring survey by Vendio.