Online shoppers are increasingly willing to shop exclusively on their mobile phones this holiday season, according to new findings from PriceGrabber.
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Mobile is playing a big role in back-to-school shopping this year, particularly around consumers checking prices online before making an in-store purchase, according to a new study from Pricegrabber.
PayPal saw a 193 percent increase in mobile payment volume on Black Friday compared to 2011, with a majority of consumers shopping around the world via their smartphones between noon and 1 p.m.
There is no doubt that mobile has made its dent in the retail space and marketers are not only increasingly using the medium this holiday season to drive in-store traffic, but educating consumers to turn to their mobile devices first to make purchases.
Free shipping offers have traditionally been one of the top strategies for online retailers to entice shoppers to make purchases during the busy holiday season. However, as consumers increasingly turn to their smartphones for shopping needs, marketers need to ensure they have consistent offers on both desktop and mobile.
Experian’s PriceGrabber has launched a mobile application to tap into the local daily deal space.
Eighty-four percent of mobile users with downloaded shopping applications are predicted to use them to save money this holiday season, according to a new Pricegrabber study.
Offering free shipping to consumers is one way retailers will encourage trial of the medium this holiday season, pushing comparison shoppers to buy from one retailer and not another.
This holiday season, 13 percent of holiday shoppers are expected to use their mobile devices, according to a new study from PriceGrabber.
Almost three-quarters of consumers – 72 percent – are using their mobile phones to receive coupons, product deals and price alerts, according to a new mobile shopping survey from PriceGrabber.