For the first time, mobile is a higher investment priority for online retailers than an e-commerce platform, according to the just-released Forrester report, Online Retailing in Australia 2012.
Google is continuing to monopolise the digital market with its latest creation, Google Fiber.
Many have claimed that email marketing is going the way of the dodo, but the fact is that those people simply aren’t doing it right. Tech Entrepreneur Chris Hexton discusses some tips for best practice.
A social gifting service is set to arrive on Australian shores today. The second in a week! Wrapp lets Australians give free and paid gift cards to Facebook friends.
In a recent Store Operations survey by Retail TouchPoints, the retail store operators share the story on what they are investing in. What will make the cut?
A new Performics study and infographic shows how Social Media is becoming a more common tool for people to engage with family, friends and brands.
Rumours are circulating that the Australian mining boom may not have the staying power that was originally forecast. Chris Morley asks the question, if the mining industry begins to weaken, what flow-on effects will that have on the retail sector?
Imagine a future where retailers can predict consumer behaviour simply by analysing the content their customers post on social media. Believe it or not, that future isn’t very far off.
With Google’s latest algorithm updates and a saturated online retail sector competing for consumer attention, it’s essential retailers adopt appropriate search engine optimisation processes to ensure their website is ranked highly in search results. Michael Jenkins, Managing Director from Shout Web Strategy lists the common faux pas, and how to avoid them.
At the Online Retailer Conference in Sydney last week, tablet commerce was frequently cited as the next big thing in ecommerce. Forward-thinking Aussie retailers who are thinking of the tablet now have a distinct competitive advantage leading into peak retail season.