Posts Tagged ‘tablet’

Mobile Holiday Commerce Continues To Rise, But Lags Behind Search, Research

More consumers will rely on smartphones and tablets to research products on search engines and Web sites before making a purchase. In fact, 70% will likely research the gifts on their smartphones they find in retail stores, and 56% are likely to reserve products from their smartphones for pick-up in the store.

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One-Third of Retailers See More Than 20pc of Traffic Coming From Mobile: Report

“One in 3 retailers receives in excess of 20 percent of their traffic via mobile devices or apps,” said Lauren Freedman, president of the e-tailing group, Chicago. “The fact that the shift is in place changes the dynamics for retailers.

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Tablets, Smartphones Becoming Part of Purchase Process For Consumers

A report from the Local Corporation and the e-tailing group suggests that tablets and smartphones are becoming as important to the buying process as any other internet-connected device.

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Mobile Shopping Better on Tablets, Say Users

Users of tablets see them as an ideal tool for researching products and browsing, as well as making purchases, according to an online survey commissioned by Coffee Table, iPad’s ecommerce enabled catalog marketplace, more so than smartphone users.

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