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As the festive season gets underway, we are already seeing some interesting data on trends and predictions across the global e-commerce industry.
Naturally, the Christmas sections of our Internet Statistics Compendium will be updated with the best of it over the coming months so be sure to check back for upcoming editions.
Some of the most significant holiday data for marketers and retailers alike focuses on the growth of the virtual goods sector.
Here are a few highlights...
Ryan Thomas is Head of Direct Channels at Comet, a role which covers the retailer's non-store operations, which includes the website, call centre, its B2B insurance business, and mobile.
I've been asking Ryan about Comet's approach to mobile commerce, as well as testing and optimisation.
Clarks has become the latest in a run of retailers to launch a transactional mobile strategy, announcing today that it has created its first ever m-commerce site.
With the company's full product range available to buy, people can shop directly from their mobile or locate their nearest store.
Mobile email is big, and getting bigger. By 2015, more US internet users will access the web through mobile devices than through PCs.
The mobile email numbers are even more indicative of a seismic shift in web behavior. comScore found that while web-based email declined significantly throughout 2010, mobile email surged 36% from the prior year.
As consumers are increasingly browsing, shopping, and interacting with brands on the go, mobile commerce presents a powerful opportunity.
According to figures released today, Android has doubled its market share of worldwide smartphone sales in Q3 of 2011.
The stats from Gartner show quite astonishing growth, as 52.5% of all smartphones sold in this period were built on the Android OS, up from just over 25% in the same period a year ago.
The fund will provide seed capital and early-stage investment of up to €1m for fledgling companies, and later-stage financing for more established companies in France and Europe of up to €15m per project.
Blippar, the mobile augmented reality app, is being used by Waitrose for its 'School of Christmas Magic' campaign.
Ambarish Mitra, co-founder and CEO of Blippar, told us that the retailer’s ‘pause and blipp’ concept first aired during The X Factor and Downton Abbey this past Sunday.
Wearing a fedora, bespoke Hong Kong suit, and shirts with “007” embroidered on the breast pocket, Tomi Ahonen stands out in a crowd.
A former Nokia executive, and almost certainly the most prolific business writer to fixate on monetizing mobile technology, Tomi has been writing about mobile marketing since 2002.
He has written the first business book on 3G: m-Profits: Making Money from 3G Services, and more recently The Insiders Guide to Mobile.
Tomi explains why mobile marketers shouldn't obsess over apps, but start with the basics...
Some of the most interesting data to be added to the Europe edition of our Internet Statistics Compendium this month focuses on how children are using the internet across the continent.
As social networking becomes more commonplace among adults and mobile technologies give all users more opportunity to get online without computer access, how are children responding to increased connectivity and more pull factors to use digital services?
We’re living in a multi-platform retail environment and that’s a great thing for marketers, mostly.
On the one hand, there’s a wide variety of ways to interact with people and drive sales. If a potential customer doesn’t respond positively to emails, they may be more willing to connect with your firm on Facebook, for example.
But the downside is that consumers have far higher expectations, particularly of the bigger brands. If you aren’t catering to their platform of choice, you risk frustrating them and devaluing your company.
Here are a few of the main platforms your customers may expect you to be actively using – and how you can meet their expectations.