EBay needs to start adding more mobile customers if it is to keep up with mobile growth worldwide and hold onto its leadership role in the space.
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EBay is hoping to entice consumers before the holiday shopping season begins with a digital campaign focusing on its multiscreen capabilities and illustrating how inspirational moments can be shoppable.
EBay’s decision to spin-off PayPal – something company executives insisted was not in the works just months ago – reflects just how quickly mobile payments are heating up following Apple Pay’s launch, renewing enthusiasm for near-field communications technology.
PayPal’s decision to accept Bitcoin through its Braintree payments system could lead to more widespread opportunities for the digital currency, given Braintree’s established database of clients.
EBay would be smart to borrow a page from the playbooks of Uber and Airbnb and make mobile the primary tool in its upcoming test of selling auto mechanic services.
EBay and Fandango, among the first merchants to build apps for Amazon’s Fire smartphone, are using the phone’s unique features to eliminate the number of taps and swipes between search, browse and purchase for a more streamlined shopping experience.
PayPal has begun testing a new loyalty program called PayPal Select that seeks to promote use of the digital-payments network by offering more rewards for its most active members.
EBay is doubling down on its shop-anywhere Click & Collect service in Britain because of how quickly it is gaining traction but says that same-day delivery service eBay Now is not experiencing the same level of enthusiasm.
Staples has opened a second West Coast development lab, building its strategic focus on testing and launching innovative online selling models to optimize the ecommerce shopping experience.
EBay is doubling down in Latin America with new versions of the company’s mobile and Web platforms that play up local and tailored content.