Today, 40 percent of Walgreens’ digital print orders come from mobile devices, pointing to how the chain has quickly ramped up its photo-editing and ordering capabilities over the past couple of years in response to the significant role smartphones play in how consumers take and store photos.
Online men’s apparel retailer JackThreads, which has been known to set up temporary physical locations to drive real-world sales, is mobilizing the concept of a pop-up shop for a more personalized experience.
Many of the top 500 eretailers use unique m-dot sites that redirect users an average 3.03 times before landing on the right site, resulting in poor user experiences that are costing these retailers sales.
Pointing to the potential of beacons and push notifications to enhance the in-store shopping experience, 90 percent of consumers who responded to a new survey being released today by Gannett divisions G/O Digital and Key Ring identified smartphones as the easiest-to-use device for shopping in a physical store.
Email marketing is playing a much bigger role in driving sales on mobile phones than social media, according to a new report from Custora.
Coca-Cola and 7-Eleven have teamed up for the convenience store chain’s largest-ever in-store promotion that links mobile with World Cup fever to drive sales for exclusive merchandise and brand engagements.
Pepsi Bottling saw a conversion rate of 48 percent on a $5-off offer for hockey tickets that was accessible when in-store shoppers scanned or tapped their smartphones against display units.
Restaurant chain Waffle House is partnering with Smithfield and Richard Petty Motorsports on a mobile application giving fans of racing and waffles a way to earn rewards by doing what they love.
Social services nonprofit El Centro, which serves the Hispanic community in Kansas City, KS, is betting on the mobile Web to drive donations via a new responsive design site.
In a reflection of Walmart’s strong focus on leveraging mobile to enhance the in-store experience, the big box retailer’s @WalmartLabs has acquired location-based shopping application Stylr.