To tie in with the launch of Econsultancy's Mobile E-commerce Best Practice Guide this week, I've been finding some interesting presentations on the subject from the excellent Slideshare.

Presentations include a recent Taptu report on the future state of the mobile web, a look at some mobile commerce sites from US brands, and a fascinating look at the mobile commerce market in Japan, which offers some useful lessons for retailers in Europe and North America.

Mobile Commerce in Japan

This presentation looks at the highly developed mobile commerce market in Japan, which was worth more than $10bn in 2008.

Future Insight: Mobile Commerce in Japan

M-Commerce 2010

This presentation by Danish digital agency Creuna is a useful overview of global m-commerce trends.

M-Commerce 2010

Mobile commerce on iPhones

As the title suggests, this presentation looks at how mobile commerce works on iPhones.

iPhone Commerce

Mobile payments

Amongst other issues, this presentation looks at mobile payment options.

The Rise of M-Commerce

US mobile commerce websites

A look at some of the mobile commerce sites from Starbucks, Best Buy, and others.

M Commerce Analysis

Mobile commerce from eBay

A look at eBay's mobile website and iPhone app.

Mobile Phone Website and iPhone App (eBay)

Taptu on the mobile touch web

This presentation looks at trends for mobile sites and apps.

Introducing The Mobile Touch Web - Taptu
Graham Charlton

Published 5 February, 2010 by Graham Charlton

Graham Charlton is the former Editor-in-Chief at Econsultancy. Follow him on Twitter or connect via Linkedin or Google+

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