Statistics: Online Shopping

    • The silent revolution of search

      Conventional wisdom within ad tech is that search is boring. In the display ecosystem, life is exciting: in the last decade alone, thousands of niche companies have emerged, nearly as many have folded, and major new technologies have come and gone. In contrast, search seems dull: it’s still the best-performing and highest-spending channel by far, but the makeup of the industr ...

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  • Square offering merchants $12K in free payment processing with Apple Pay

    … Square has become a key Apple Pay partner. The San Francisco-based company has made a big bet on mobile payments — it wants its brand to be synonymous with them — and is now offering incentives to merchants to encourage promotion and use of Apple Pay. Square will enable local merchants to process $12,000 worth of payments for free if customers…

    Greg Sterling/ Marketing Land- 20 readers -
  • Holiday e-commerce sales crushed expectations, NRF says

    … have reported. Adobe has pegged holiday e-commerce growth at 11 percent for the just-finished holidays. Slice, a retail analytics firm, estimated a 20 percent year-over-year gain in online holiday sales. Another common theme running through this year’s holiday shopping analysis is the value of an omnichannel approach — having both an online…

    Matt Mcgee/ Marketing Land- 18 readers -
  • 51% of US adults have bought something online via their cellphones [Pew data]

    … in the mid-1990s, he began developing and marketing websites and continued to provide consulting services for more than 15 years. His SEO and social media clients ranged from mom-and-pop small businesses to one of the Top 5 online retailers. Matt is a longtime speaker at marketing events around the U.S., including keynote and panelist roles. He can be found on Twitter at @MattMcGee. You can read Matt's disclosures on his personal blog. You can reach Matt via email using our Contact page. …

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  • Report: Cyber-Monday was the largest e-commerce day in history

    … According to data from Adobe, Cyber Monday became the largest day in US e-commerce history. Consumers spent roughly $3.4 billion online, which just beat Black Friday’s $3.34 billion. Cyber Monday generated somewhat less mobile commerce revenue at $1.19 billion vs. $1.2 billion on Black Friday. Nonetheless, smartphones and tablets drive more…

    Greg Sterling/ Marketing Land- 13 readers -
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