A recent report from Ericsson predicts that 90% of all Internet traffic will be driven by smartphones by the end of 2021. This trend means that digital businesses need to ensure that their mobile applications meet consumer expectations. Read on to find out where you should start...
Today’s consumers are making the shift to mobile in record numbers. In fact, digital analytics company comScore Inc. reports that 60 percent of all U.S. digital time is spent on smartphones and tablets. According to Forrester, between online and offline transactions, mobile devices influenced more than $1 trillion in total purchases in 2015. More companies than ever are reaching their consumers through mobile websites and native apps....
Single page apps, mobile banking, and optimization team structure were among the most popular posts on SiteSpect’s blog in 2015 based on number of views. . Here’s a recap in case you missed them.
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IBM Commerce just released the Eighth Annual Online Retail Holiday Readiness Report. The report confirms that consumers are accessing retail sites from their mobile devices more than ever before. The analysis also includes strategies for helping retail organizations plan for the upcoming holidays.
They’ve been called digital natives, the Internet generation, and gen next. Whatever you call them, millennials are the most digitally connected generation and mobile is their primary channel of choice for managing their daily activities and staying informed. But millennials aren’t the only devoted users of mobile devices and the Internet. All generations depend on mobile devices to manage daily activities and to stay informed. And not just for checking messages, booking travel, or shopping.
The 11th Annual Internet Retailer Conference and Exhibition has started! Thousands of attendees and hundreds of exhibitors have arrived and sessions are underway. This morning, the keynote featured Jason Goldberger, president of Target.com and mobile. He discussed the “Retail Revolution: How Digital is Transforming Target and Fueling the Future of Shopping.”
This may be the first week of June, but the holiday season is really not that far off. Data from Forrester and IBM revealed that U.S. online sales on Cyber Monday continue to outpace Thanksgiving and Black Friday. In addition, mobile shoppers created record-breaking results for retailers and other businesses over the 2014 holiday season as consumers increasingly used smartphones and tablets to browse and buy.
Over two-thirds of consumers manage their bank accounts using mobile apps and browsers, and nearly half use smartphones as their primary mode of banking, according to research outlined at NetFinance 2015. It’s no wonder that optimizing content and experiences across mobile devices is a key concern for financial services marketers.