Digital commerce is held back by inefficient monetisation processes, according to Klarna's Sebastian Siemiatkowski, speaking at Wired Money (Mobile commerce is in a 'monetisation Stone Age' (Wired UK) http://t.co/lg3K4s5UbN...
Hard enough on desktop... mobile checkout is just a pain (except for apps!)
Google has announced the launch of a new domain registration service. Called Google Domains, it is being launched as an invite-only beta for both new domain registrations and domain transfers.
While Google itself isn't offering any website building tools, they've partnered with several website building companies, including Squarespace, Wix, Weebly, and Shopify, in order to provide full services for domain buying customers.
The problem with comparing studies from different sources is that you can end up comparing the proverbial apples and oranges. But there's one subject these days for which the apples and oranges seem to fall in line: the rise of mobile commerce.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd made history on Friday with its record-breaking initial public offering (IPO) at the New York Stock Exchange, opening at $92.70, nearly 40 percent higher than its intial price of $68.
International Business Times UK UK Small Businesses Without M-Commerce Losing £50bn International Business Times UK Over three million small and medium enterprises (SME) are set to miss out on more than £50bn in revenues over the next year because...
The “If you build it, they will come” mindset doesn’t hold true in a world where attention spans are decreasing, alternatives are increasing, and up to $582 is spent on advertising to each person, every year.
eCommerce in the US is dominated by credit card sales, but in the rest of the world, alternative payment methods and mobile wallets are hugely popular.
"If your store sells outside of the US, especially to the rapidly going South And Central American eCommerce markets, or the Asia Pacific region, then supporting alternative payment methods is essential if you hope to compete with local eCommerce retailers."
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