Target, Victoria’s Secret and Footlocker are among the retailers with mobile performance issues during the recently holiday weekend as increased traffic taxed more complex sites.
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Mobile Minutes: Target vs. Amazon; Macy’s stores; Yelp lawsuit dismissed; Mobile ads target shoppersNovember 30, 2015
Today in mobile marketing – Black Friday showdown: Target takes on Amazon with new in-store strategy; Macy’s CEO: Despite Web, death of store experience ‘greatly exaggerated’; Yelp prevails in lawsuit over review authenticity; Webrooming: How mobile ads are driving shoppers to stores.
Walmart and Target are doubling down on online/offline delivery and pickup services this holiday season as they compete for the business of busy, mobile-savvy shoppers, but more work is needed to fully meet omnichannel expectations.
Target has released version 2.0 of its popular Cartwheel iPhone application with a forward-looking approach to delivering shopping shortcuts and personalization.
Target has several mobile-first treats planned for customers this Halloween, including shoppable 360-degree virtual reality videos on YouTube and a crowdsourced social network to help parents find the best houses for experiencing the holiday.
Walgreens, Express and Target are paving the way in serving mobile and social experiences that boost sales and innovate within the commerce field.
Target recently updated its coupon mobile application to better assist in-store shoppers at checkout with an option to reorder the digital coupons with a touch of a finger, exhibiting how small changes can ease the user experience while increasing sales and use.
Target is cottoning on to the influx of retailers experimenting with mobile delivery platforms by teaming up with the Instacart application to enable Minneapolis residents to purchase groceries via smartphones and have them delivered to their homes in as little as an hour.
Target recently introduced personalized recommendations to Cartwheel, resulting in a more-than 10-percent increase in the number of offers downloaded per user.
Target is bringing its partnership with Curbside, a shopping platform, to consumers in the New York and New Jersey regions after a successful West Coast test, enabling customers to purchase items from their smartphones and have them waiting for pick-up at a nearby store.