In its first official three month report, the UK’s new Online Retail Monitor provides some fascinating insights into mobile search growth… and fancy dress.
87 percent of retailers believe mobile commerce will impact shopping in the next two years, yet just 16 percent have a mobile strategy in place, according to a UK survey
Mark Brixton from SLI Systems, discusses strategies to ensure that your site search meets customer expectations and enhances the online user experience.
Dermot McCutcheon from Aprimo, lists what considerations retailers should have when assessing and engaging third-party marketing technology solution providers.
Silverpop study reveals trigger-based cart abandonment emails, that comprise of 5% of total company email volume, can yield up to 40% of email-related revenue.
John Lawson offers insights into the benefits of online testing and how to gain the best results to optimise site performance and conversions.
Forrester reveals Facebook is low value for retailers in terms of revenue. However, is it a question of retailers needing to re-evaluate social media strategy?
In this guest post from Grant Crowell of ReelSEO, he previews the future of f-commerce through Facebook credits and what it means for retailers.
Online retail seems to be finally enjoying its moment in the sun. However, big Australian retailers still have a lot to learn, according to Ivan Lim.
Consumers are increasingly shopping from their mobile devices and retailers are well-placed to tap into this. Mark Brixton from SLI Systems Australia explores the ins and outs of catering for the mobile shopper.