Pointing to the correlation between conducting research on a mobile device and receiving product inspiration from a brand, a recent study from Google found that 92 percent of consumers who did research on their smartphones also made a purchase within the same day.
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Sur La Table is hoping to convert its massive online and mobile traffic into actual sales through a new solution that helps users find the best product for their needs and makes product detail jargon more shopper friendly.
Best Buy drove more than one million in-store visits after focusing on mobile to answer customers’ product-related questions via buying guides, video tutorials on YouTube and localized mobile ads.
Kohl’s is cementing its status as an early adopter of mobile technologies by integrating voice search functions into its application, enabling users to skip browsing hundreds of inventory items and find products more easily, potentially resulting in greater impulse buys.
Local merchants are realizing a more powerful stance on mobile search with users increasingly able to directly order services within results, as evidenced by Pingup’s partnership with Yahoo as well as Yelp’s new tie-ups, including with Delivery.com.
Retailer Lighting New York switched on mobile search results by shifting its focus from conversions to research.
In a reflection of the growing number of merchants tapping mobile location data, Denny’s bolstered its visibility across several sites and mobile applications, successfully reaching on-the-go consumers and urging them to visit a nearby restaurant.
Retailers taking to Amazon for selling opportunities should focus on optimizing their product titles for mobile with less than 74 characters, as these items sell the most, according to research from Ripen eCommerce.
Century 21 Real Estate is streamlining mobile research for homebuyers around the world with a newly responsive Web site that provides a more convenient experience for browsing properties.
NEW YORK – A Sears Hometown & Outlet Stores executive at the Mobile Marketing Association’s Mobile Location Leadership Forum revealed that local discoverability is one of the company’s top uses of mobile, as four in five local mobile searches culminate in a purchase.