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Mobile Sales Account For Over A Third Of Affiliate Sales

Recent trends from the US and UK suggest that over a third of sales generated by an affiliate network last month were made on a mobile device.

By Rory Betteridge | 09 Feb 2015
The Iconic Repositions Brand with New-look Website

The Iconic has announced a refresh to its website and its brand image as it continues to position itself as a premier destination for fashion online.

Tesco Takes a Leaf from Amazon's eBook with 'Hudl'

Tesco has announced Hudl, a low-end tablet device designed to integrate with the brand's growing range of digital services. In that sense, the UK retailer appears to be shadowing Amazon's strategy.

Top Five Considerations When Going Mobile

The nature of shopping has changed. As such, a retailer's chance to leave a lasting first impression usually occurs at their mobile site, writes Dean Kelly.

By Dean Kelly | 16 Sep 2013
Study: Cross-screen Viewing Changes Game Plan for Marketers

Australians' propensity to connect with brands via multiple devices is creating fresh opportunities for marketers, as a study by Mi9 uncovers the drivers behind cross-screen viewing behaviour.

By Sam Gopal | 22 Jul 2013
eBay Marks App's Fifth Anniversary with Niche Report

In the five years since eBay released its first mobile app, the mobile commerce space has grown rapidly. Today, people will even buy and sell while on the toilet as this study shows.

Brazilian Supermarket Serves up Recipes on Tablet Devices

A Brazilian supermarket has used tablet devices in-store to engage with customers. The interactive marketing campaign saw trolleys fitted with tablets that responded to nearby products with recipe suggestions.

By Jessica Benton | 16 May 2013
Tablet Shoppers are More Likely to Purchase Online - Study

Adobe has released its State of Mobile Benchmark Report this week, with specific interest for online retailers, as tablet shoppers are revealed to be more likely to buy online.

Amazon's Android Appstore to Arrive in Australia

Hinting at a worldwide release in the coming months, Amazon's Android Appstore is scheduled for release in over 200 countries, including our own.