According to research based on an analysis of more than 100,000 e-commerce stores, 50.3% of the traffic in virtual shops are from mobile devices (being 40.3% from mobile phones and 10% from tablets) and only 49.7% from computers.
It may sound crazy, but the fact is that mobile commerce is already a reality. Also according to research, the Google search traffic comprised 18% of traffic from computers and only 12% for mobile phones.
These data seem to show that computers are being used for research products, while mobile devices for spontaneous purchases, which are instigated from Social Media, Email Marketing and SMS Marketing. The increase in purchases on mobile devices also brings another exciting trend, which we are calling “always buying”....
Location based marketing allows brands to adapt their marketing message based on where consumers are geographically. By knowing where consumers are, brands are able to tap into daily habits and also encourage consumers with relevant offers and messages based on their location.
According to Greg Stuart, CEO of the Mobile Marketing Association, “Nobody resists mobile today. There are inflection points where you can create great change. Mobile is part of that today,” noting that Uber and similar companies who optimise for mobile customers are growing rapidly and disrupting their respective markets.
According to Cisco, 61% of application users have a better opinion of a brand when it provides a good mobile experience, with the highest impact when used with location based cues. For example, one shopping mall reported over a million WiFi connections with 500,000 unique customers, and an impressive 60% opt-in for promotions, after having installed an app with location-based features....
With a growing number of users, especially on the mobile front, marketers and brands that want to survive the shift will have to throw all old-fashioned tactics away as soon as possible and instead start paying attention to online chatter.
When it comes to digital marketing strategies for 2015, the web is full of “What to expect” “Predictions” and “What Next?” It is interesting to read so many different perspectives. One common prediction I have seen across all articles is “Mobile Marketing.”In a recent digital marketing studystatista.com reported – “In 2013, 73.4 percent of the global online population accessed the internet from their mobile phone. This figure is expected to grow to 90.1 percent in 2017.”...
I realized very quickly that having a barren wasteland of Twitter followers wasn’t going to help me look knowledgeable or trustworthy to any of the websites I wanted to write for. So I set out to find ways to grow both my Twitter account (@nicoleckohler) and WebpageFX’s (@webpagefx).
Nine months later, I’ve added hundreds of new followers to both accounts.These are the three most fruitful, data-backed Twitter strategies I came up with to get more followers, compose better tweets, and ramp up engagement....
It takes a brave man to make technology predictions in this day and age. Well, never one to shirk a challenge, I’ve been looking into my crystal ball, and with 2015 looming large, I’m putting my head above the parapet to make my top ten mobile predictions for the next 12 months.
Below, you will find 17 tools that will help you test various features of your app and obtain real-time feedback. The tools will help you discover where your users are struggling and, thus, how to improve your app.
Mobile apps are expected to drive holiday sales as increasing numbers of shoppers expect to make purchases on a mobile app.In fact, 54 percent of app users plan to do at least half of their holiday shopping on a mobile app, via smartphone or tablet, according to new data from Artisan Research.In a survey of 500 consumers, 94 percent of respondents strongly agreed or agreed that they are purchasing and browsing products on apps more than ever before, and 91 percent intend to buy items from a mobile device this holiday season....
Is social media a wise investment, are you getting a return, can you get a better return somewhere else? These are smart questions to ask. You don’t want to jump into any marketing activity haphazardly, as it puts your entire business at risk. But on the other hand, I understand how enticing it can be to start playing with social media.
Walmart and Walgreens are using apps to make personalized offers to shoppers right as they’re in the store. The apps also keep track of past purchases, brand preferences and where people like to shop.
Starbucks has a wildly successful mobile payments app that saves coffee drinkers money while giving them great offers they really want on — surprise! — coffee. You probably have other brands and programs on your own phone. And you’ll notice that besides being direct and easy to use, they all rely on — and even revel in — data....
Social media and mobile are still growing segments in the tech world. New apps for social media lovers who are on the go are being created all the time. Here are a10 new social media apps to watch in the New Year.
Eyeballs have been shifting aggressively to mobile in recent years but the bucks - at least for ecommerce - remained anchored to the desktop. That is now changing according to a new study by Criteo.
The advertising optimization platform analyzed individual transaction data covering over $130 billion of annual sales across more than 3,000 online retailers and travel advertisers recently and discovered that across its extensive network mobile now accounts for almost 30 per cent of ecommerce transactions.
And the company predicts that it will reach 50 per cent in the US in the near term.Criteo also outlines what it sees as five new mobile shopping trends....
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