American Eagle’s mobile application was named the leader among fashion retailers in a new report from Plastic Mobile based on how it incentivizes users with mobile-exclusive promotions, features and push notifications.
Although more consumers are shopping from their mobile devices, sales of digital goods such as individual video and music downloads is down as consumers rely more on their smartphones and tablets as a primary way to access entertainment, according to a new study from MEF.
Tablet users accessing both Best Buy and Sony Style’s Web sites experienced high error rates on Cyber Monday because pages were not optimized for tablets, according to new data from Keynote.
Mobile sales reached 26 percent of online sales on Thanksgiving Day – the highest percentage for the weekend and Cyber Monday – making it one of the big mobile success stories so far this holiday season. Another win is paid search, with the percentage of clicks coming from mobile devices rushing past last year’s numbers to top out at 44 percent.
Blockbuster, Office Depot and Rakuten were well prepared for the surge in smartphone and tablet shopping on Black Friday as mobile sales surged 43 percent year-over-year, according to several new pieces of research this weekend.
Online shoppers are increasingly willing to shop exclusively on their mobile phones this holiday season, according to new findings from PriceGrabber.
Hispanics and millenials are the two most likely demographics to partake in showrooming this Black Friday, according to BiTE interactive.
Toys “R” Us, Amazon and Target attract shoppers with the highest mobile capacity, according to a report from Prosper Insights & Analytics.
While Amazon, Staples and Walmart are getting mobile redirects from search results right, others are not and risk being downgraded in Google search results, according to a new study from Pure Oxygen Labs.
Abercrombie & Fitch, 1800Flowers, Netflix, Ancestry.com and Fanatics beat the five-click-to-purchase average on retailers’ mobile sites with only two clicks to purchase, according to a report from LightningBuy.