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Walmart Strips Apple of Its E-Commerce Sales Ranking

Walmart’s retail market share could soon overtake Amazon, as the US department store builds momentum both online and offline, stripping Apple of its position as the third most popular online retailer.

April Davis By April Davis | 16 Nov 2018
Global E-commerce Sales to Approach US$2 Trillion in 2016

Global e-commerce sales will approach US$2 trillion in 2016, driven by growth in Asia-Pacific, as China overtakes the US as the world's largest retail market.

By Julian Thumm | 24 Aug 2016
Instagram Mobile Ad Revenues to Reach US$2.81 Billion Worldwide in 2017

In just two short years, Instagram’s global mobile ad revenues will reach US$2.81 billion, accounting for over 10 percent of parent company Facebook’s global ad revenues. 

By Sam Gopal | 28 Jul 2015
The $1 Trillion E-Commerce Market

In 2012, e-commerce sales tipped US$1 trillion for the first time, with Asia-Pacific predicted to outpace North American sales this year.

Infographic: 2012 Holiday Shopping Predictions

Holiday shopping forecasts out of the US are already tipping a bumper sales period for online retailers as consumers look to spend more online.

Infographic: Further Proof that Tablets are a Big Deal for Retailers

Connected audiences are leading the way when it comes to making purchases online. Now there's mounting evidence to show that the tablet will soon be their weapon of choice.

Mobile Commerce Forecast To Hit $US6.7 Billion By The End Of The Year

While purchases made from mobile devices make up only a fraction of all online sales, that fraction is growing rapidly - making m-commerce a hot topic for 2012.

“Like” it? “Want” it! More Facebook Changes on the Way

A Ticker. Top Stories. A Want button. Watched. Read. Listened. With Facebook rolling in a host of changes, it's time to expand our Facebook lexicon.

Natasha Sholl By Natasha Sholl | 23 Sep 2011
Internal Barriers Hinder Marketing Integration Efforts

The US Direct Marketing Association finds, though marketers consider cross-channel marketing integration a priority, unclear business objectives hinder results.