You’ve read a lot about the shopping habits of millennials and Generation Z, but it’s important to think outside of generational groupings too. RetailMeNot research reveals a new segment of consumers with impressive spending power.
Global online marketplaces like Amazon and Alibaba have risen to prominence and are becoming a competitive threat to retailers and brands around the world. According to a 2018 Salesforce survey, merchants have reason to be concerned. Online buyers are starting their hunt for products on marketplaces with increased frequency.
For some shoppers, a long wait in line at the supermarket may lead them to head out the door. And they don't always make the purchase somewhere else: They may just abandon it altogether.
Today's updates include Boot Barn, U.S. Auto Parts, BJ's Restaurants, and Ruth's Hospitality Group.
A survey of retail executives showed that outperforming brands tend to offer more functionality on their mobile websites than their desktop sites.
Today's updates include The Home Depot, QVC, Biglari Holdings (Steak 'n Shake), and Good Times Restaurants.
Three regional executives from eBay, OLX and PayPal discuss ecommerce trends in the region and how their companies found early success in the market.
Retail apps have been undergoing a rebirth of sorts. For a long time, users browsed on mobile but didn't convert, so retailers didn't prioritize app strategies. Behavior has changed, though, leaving some to play catch-up. Now, a majority of mobile retail transactions in North America occur via app.
Whether you've bought them or not, everyone knows that the candy, soda and magazines displayed at the cash register are designed as last-minute temptations. Impulse purchases are just a part of the in-store shopping experience. But do these unplanned buys translate online?
When given the choice between a paper or electronic receipt in a store, most shoppers aren’t interested in going paperless.