Date: 20.03.12 | Section: Payment & SecurityUK consumers spent £3,370 on online shopping last year, new research from WorldPay has shown.
Date: 06.01.12 | Section: mcommerceShort-term mobile marketing tactics are narrowing marketers’ long-term strategies for customer loyalty, according to research from 2ergo.
Date: 30.12.11 | Section: mcommerceIt’s hard to put a price tag on security and privacy, but a recent study of consumers’ online and mobile purchasing attitudes conducted by Javelin Strategy & Research and PaymentOne (www.paymentone.com) found 4 out of 5 consumers would spend more online if offered an easier and more secure way to pay.
Date: 30.11.11 | Section: ecommerceLess than a quarter of retailers are harnessing the power of m-Sites, despite consumers becoming increasingly comfortable with the concept of purchasing via their mobile phone.
Date: 14.11.11 | Section: News15 percent of people in the U.S. logging onto a retailer\'s Web site are expected to do so through a mobile device, according to cloud analytics-based findings by IBM.
Date: 04.11.11 | Section: Product FocusBusinesses selling goods for parcel delivery online should use social media to find out what is going on in the market rather than trying to gain new customers.
Date: 25.10.11 | Section: NewsEcommerce businesses offering customers the chance to purchase items on their mobile handset may have seen a significant rise in sales as fewer consumers abandon their selections.
Date: 18.10.11 | Section: eCommerce Expo 2011According to research from Barclays Corporate, tablets and smartphones are responsible for a huge rise in online sales, with the projected figure amounting to 15 times more than the current yearly spend of £1.3 billion.
Date: 12.10.11 | Section: eCommerce Expo 2011eCommerce Awards for Excellence in partnership with IMRG 2011 winners announced
ecommerce expo 2011: Traders slow to adopt Mcommerce are losing out on opportunities in a slow marketplace
Date: 11.10.11 | Section: eCommerce Expo 2011With over 10 million online UK consumers using their mobiles to make a transaction in the last year , retailers appear to be missing the considerable opportunities to be had in the expanding mobile sales channel.