Wine.com has introduced a slew of new features to cement its status as the largest mobile wine store, including additional filtering options, wider product selection and a round-the-clock live chat sommelier service.
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Target mashes up mobile, social media, user-generated content and data analytics in two new innovations designed to elevate inspirational discovery on Target.com and Target Awesome Shop.
Time Inc.’s Food & Wine is closing a gap in the customer experience for alcohol retailer Drizly, serving native ordering on the publication’s new mobile-first Web site.
Dover International Speedway has become the first NASCAR track to offering in-seat ordering via a mobile application so fans do not miss any of the action.
With Taco Bell’s mobile ordering application showing check growth of 30 percent, the chain is bringing digital ordering to a newly overhauled Web site as it continues to ramp up digital innovation.
Ecommerce sites for major retailers are being torpedoed by iPhone ad-blockers, with content missing – in some cases, the entire site does not show up – broken links and non-functioning shopping carts, casting a pall over mcommerce sales just as the holiday season is heating up.
Overstock.com has narrowed the gap between desktop and mobile conversions by adopting one-tap checkout and after-delivery payment for smartphone users.
A recent audit of 500 leading mobile retail sites by Pure Oxygen Labs shows a significant jump in the number of sites using responsive design, surpassing the prevalence of dynamic serving – which many agree provides the better mobile experience.
Apparel manufacturer and retailer Joe Fresh has taken its blog into mcommerce to capitalize on consumer interest in editorial content related to fashion and the convenience of mobile shopping.
Motel 6 saw conversion rates for mobile booking jump 21 percent over the past year, thanks to the brand’s decision to optimize the checkout experience by introducing a new site with responsive Web design.