Mobile devices are playing an increasing role in the mix of eCommerce, this is also commonly called mobile commerce, or m-commerce. In 2014, one estimate saw purchases made on mobile devices making up 25% of the market by 2017.
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How the Internet Can Save the High Street Containing more than 60 recommendations for retailers who want to succeed in a digital age, this report includes insights from experts and examples of companies which have embraced digital and reaped the rewards. The topics covered in the report include in-store wi-fi, ‘reserve and collect’, in-store kiosks and ‘pop-up shops’.
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E-commerce is conducted using a variety of applications, such as email, online catalogs and shopping carts, EDI, File Transfer Protocol, and web services. This includes business-to-business activities and outreach such as using email for unsolicited ads (usually viewed as spam) to consumers and other business prospects, as well as to send out e-newsletters to subscribers. More companies now try to entice consumers directly online, using tools such as digital coupons, social media marketing and targeted advertisements.
Fashion Ecommerce and Content Marketing This is an industry audit of the fashion ecommerce vertical, specifically of the way fashion ecommerce websites have invested in online content. It examines how true the mantra of ‘brands as publishers’ is in the sector through comparisons between publishing methods, and builds on the ‘Where Content and Commerce Collide’ report.
E-commerce is not a new industry, technically speaking, but it is creating a new economic model. Most people agree that e-commerce will positively impact economic society in the future, but in its early stages its impacts are difficult to gauge. Some have noted that e-commerce is a sort of incorporeal revolution. E-commerce has numerous social benefits: one, the cost of running an e-commerce business is very low when compared with running a physical store; two, there is no rent to pay on expensive premises; and three, business processes are simplified and less man-hours are required to run a typical business smoothly. In the area of law, education, culture and also policy, e-commerce will continue to rise in impact. E-commerce will truly take human beings into the information society.
Containing more than 60 recommendations for retailers who want to succeed in a digital age, this report includes insights from experts and examples of companies which have embraced digital and reaped the rewards. The topics covered in the report include in-store wi-fi, ‘reserve and collect’, in-store kiosks and ‘pop-up shops’.