Over the past few months, I have had a number of boutique retailers inquire about implementing new point-of-sale systems and mobile payment solutions for their business.
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We have spent more than a decade optimizing desktop Web sites, primarily to improve conversions. So why are we not making similar investments, particularly in analytics, for mobile?
As the messaging application market has rapidly exploded, monetization has been making headlines. Take the Facebook and WhatsApp acquisition news – what was the main focus on the analyst call? Monetization.
Retailers should apply technology that makes it as easy to manage mobile applications as it is to manage today’s Web sites.
Amazon’s recent decision to raise the cost of a Prime membership will test some of the limits of paid loyalty among its core audience and could open the door for rival Internet retailers.
Proper communication with customers via mobile outreach would not only reduce marketers’ stress from the uncertainty, but also decrease the cost of lost productivity.
Apple has made big leaps forward in the past by owning entire ecosystems, and the payments space has so many historically entrenched players that displacing them would be difficult.
Consumers expect to engage before, during and after transactions with your brand. They will jump between online, in-store and mobile touch points and expect your brand to stay consistent with information, offers and service.
The increasing use of mobile has put pressure on marketers to understand the mobile experience and design their mobile marketplace to appeal to today’s shoppers.
Many retailers have seen marketing efforts affected by the rapid shift to mobile. Specifically, they have seen open and click-through rates decrease over the last three years for two big reasons.