In potentially significant news for mcommerce and Google, the search giant is reportedly preparing to add buy buttons to sponsored search results on smartphones, a move that could create a new mobile shopping experience while helping drive up cost-per-click rates.
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JCPenney is bolstering its mobile strategy by teaming up with visual product search platform Slyce, following in the footsteps of Amazon, Macy’s and other retailers who are leveraging image recognition to enable customers to snap photos and view similar items.
Consumers are increasingly turning to mobile devices over desktop when searching for information for local services and products, with 60 percent turning to smartphones and tablets for initial research, proving that brands must leverage geo-targeted advertisements to ramp up mcommerce, according to a report from the Local Search Association.
EBay Classifieds is teaming up with search advertising network adMarketplace to augment the search experience for mobile and tablet users as the site experiences an influx of visitors from mobile platforms.
Budget travel site Hostelworld has released a new native application for the iPad which recognizes the importance that mobile plays for its customers in extending booking to tablets.
Two Tap is helping publishers and retailers increase sales conversions for mobile and traditional online purchases via what purports to be the first checkout solution allowing consumers to buy any product from any retailer on any mobile app or Web site using a universal shopping cart.
Mobile commerce is rapidly taking share from desktop-based ecommerce. As a result, mobile search will eclipse desktop search, with profound implications for mobile marketers by this time next year.
Mobile Marketer today – Zatarain’s is first CPG brand to leverage beacons in-store; Comedy Central debuts first fully-programmed mobile app.
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.
Google recently removed the ability to use its keyword tool to get mobile keyword search volume estimates. While this makes things trickier, it does not make it impossible to get mobile keyword data.