With mobile shoppers increasingly expecting fast load times for retailers’ sites, a new report from Radware reveals that the retailer sites with the fastest load times on mobile are 6pm.com, UrbanOutfitters.com and JCPenney.com.
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Retailers such as Office Depot, JCPenney and Staples recently took to social media to promote back-to-school shopping. However, Target’s strategy really stood out for driving 50 percent of tweets from a mobile device, according to exclusive mobile data from Engagor.
JCPenney is turning to its existing database to get the word out about a new SMS program that promotes the company’s latest product line and doles out deals for it.
Sears’ efforts to leverage mobile technology to reach today’s connected shoppers are falling short so far, with the retailer recently reporting a significant quarterly loss and declining sales.
CEO Ron Johnson’s departure from JCPenney is a cautionary tale for retailers about how moving forward quickly with a mobile in-store strategy will not necessarily drive sales if all the other pieces are not in place.
Department store chain JCPenney recently leveraged SMS to educate consumers about its claim to consistently offer low prices and ultimately increase sales.
JCPenney is upgrading to the cloud as part of the retailer’s ongoing strategy to better service its customers, as well as streamline the mobile, online and in-store experience.
JCPenney is using a targeted mobile advertising campaign to put some muscle into its holiday marketing efforts that reward consumers for shopping in-store.
JCPenney is continuing to make mobile advertising a big part of its strategy with a new campaign that promotes its Arizona Jeans products.
Last week’s announcement that JCPenney will replace its cash registers with mobile checkout devices by 2013 is further proof that the growing medium will change the shopping experience for the better.