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How Retailers Are Adapting to the Mobile Shopping Craze

July 18, 2014

Like it or not, the time for retailers to adopt a mobile strategy is over. Shoppers are using smart phones and mobile devices for all manner of shopping activities, including price comparison, product information, local inventory lookup, reviews, and more. Retailers are striving to improve their mobile shopping experience to meet the demands of today’s […]

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How are Australians Shopping Online?

July 11, 2014

With the online retail industry growing ever so quickly in Australia, it is important to understand how Australians are shopping online. Source

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Shopkick Turns 1

May 7, 2014

What if you could flip on a switch and turn real-world stores into interactive worlds, using your smartphone? That’s shopkick. We founded shopkick in the summer of 2009. Many of us have built mobile apps, mobile companies and e-commerce companies before, or worked at Internet or design companies, like Google, Palm, IDEO, Yahoo!, CBS Mobile, […]

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Black Friday: iPhone users spend 133% more Blackberry users

April 14, 2014

Black Friday was a success for many retailers, starting the 2011 holiday season off with a bang. At Seamless Receipts, we are always looking to glean insights about consumer purchasing behavior. We saw some interesting trends this year, especially when looking at the differences in behavior based on a user’s choice of mobile device, email […]

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Upbeat E-Tailors Market

April 6, 2014

The holidays are a fun and festive time to shop. This infographic takes a look at how E commerce sites are brighting up their pages to promote a fun and festive shopping experience. Source

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Customers Frustrated with Mobile Retailers

March 27, 2014

Although consumers are shopping more via mobile, the retailers are not living up to consumer expectations and have plenty of room for improvement. The consequences of providing a less than favorable online experience for customers include less revenue, poor reviews and a risk of loosing repeat customers for good. Source

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UK Christmas Shopping in 2011

March 24, 2014

It seems many of us go all out for the festive season; spending our hard earned pounds on ourselves and our nearest and dearest. Here are some of our favourite Christmas shopping statistics. Source

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2011 Holiday Hangover Report

March 18, 2014

Does all the holiday hoopla have you feeling a little hung over? Retailers and consumers alike may still be recovering after a crazed holiday shopping season. Source

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Meet The Connected Consumer

March 9, 2014

Contrary to assumptions, the average connected consumer is not a texting teenager or a hipster with more devices than flannel shirts. She is 40 years old, earns $63,000 and owns several Web-ready devices. She’s all over Facebook, loves to browse catalogs and is enthusiastic about shopping via her devices. Does she look familiar? Source

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Mobile Shopping

February 24, 2014

What is the “moment of truth?” According to this infographic the moment of truth is the moment when a consumers walks into a store and sees that the product is stocked. Now consumers are relying on their SmartPhones for information before they even go inside the stores. Read on for more information. Source

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Shopping on iPhone

February 23, 2014

More and more people are shopping directly on their iPhones. Check out how this trend has grown in the past year and how it will likely continue to grow in the future Source

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How Mobile Influences The Shopping Process

February 22, 2014

A decade ago people would not believe all the things their phones would one day be capable of doing. From GPS programming to location-based shopping, mobile technology has evolved at a rapid pace. Shopping and commerce has especially been affected by this surge in mobile. Source