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BizReport | Ecommerce January 12, 2015

Ecommerce Roundup: Social, mobile keys

MarketLive has wrapped up the 2014 holiday season and based on information from their network nearly half of all ecommerce traffic (47%) originated from mobile devices; about one-quarter of ecommerce revenues were attributed to mobile devices. ... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce January 08, 2015

Euclid: Traffic down although sales up over Christmas

In-store analytics hub Euclid is releasing a holiday recap, which shows strong sales through the retail sector even though traffic into physical stores declined year over year. The difference can be credited to stronger than average online retail sales. ... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce January 05, 2015

NRF: Holiday return fraud could cost $3.8b

While the 2014 holiday shopping season was a strong one for retailers across the US, the National Retail Federation is reporting holiday return fraud could cost retailers upwards of $4 billion. Their annual survey indicates fraudulent returns could cost $10.9... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce November 27, 2014

Studies predict strong holiday shopping season

1010data's Holiday Shopping Study indicates a strong in-store shopping season. According to their survey about half say they prefer shopping in-store so they don't have to wait for shipping (52%). Shoppers also cite in-store as a preference because they get... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce October 14, 2014

Reports: Mobile, social hot for the holidays

Look for more conversions this holiday season from the mobile and social sectors. That is the takeaway from new data out from MarketLive. According to their forecast about one-third of holiday shoppers will buy gifts via mobile devices while nearly... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce October 01, 2014

Survey: Product reviews influence more than half of shoppers

Now that the kids are settled in school families are turning their attention to the holiday season. According to some experts shopping for the 2015 holidays will begin as early as mid-October, and one new survey identifies three key trends... >>

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