As you may expect, there has been an explosion in the use of ecommerce over the last few years. In fact, ecommerce is a $220 billion market in the USA alone, with online retail sales planned to hit $370 billion by 2017. Mobile ecommerce is soaring as well accounting for 24% of retail ecommerce sales in 2014 in UK planned to rise to 35% in 2017. AmeriCommerce has created the following data filled infographic full of ecommerce stats.
Ecommerce is growing at steady right, but what will happen to brick and mortar? Check out the following infographic to learn about the rise or commerce and the death of brick and mortar.
Cart abandonment is a big issue for many online retailers, but what factors are actually causing it? Check out this handy infographic from CWCS to see what makes shoppers ditch their basket and even leave your site for good.
Here is a detailed insight into what E-Commerce apps should do to capture a larger slice of the pie and how A/B testing is crucial in the process.
This infographic by Ripen eCommerce focuses on shopping cart abandonment and how to gain back the $1.7 trillion left in carts each year. With online holiday sales at an all-time high, it is vitally important to make sure that cart abandonment doesn’t hinder your ability to sell.
Cyber Monday, which falls on the first Monday after Thanksgiving, is the online sibling event to Black Friday. Forget the crowds; there’s often free shipping, and you can buy pretty much everything you need online. If you know what you want, Cyber Monday may be the way to shop, which saves you more time to enjoy Thanksgiving Day and the rest of week / weekend with friends and family.
With 2013 online holiday spending predicted to increase 15.1% to $61.8 billion, this infographic from cleverbridge provides data and pro tips to help companies increase conversion rates during the holiday season by optimizing their shopping cart, email marketing, mobile, paid search and social. It’s not too late to apply these tips to help boost your end-of-the-year revenue.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that about sixty percent of start-ups survive up to three years in the competitive world of business, and only thirty-five percent will make it past their 10th year. When it comes to start-up internet businesses, the failure rate is said to be even higher, with a few studies reporting failure rates as high as ninety percent. Some internet-based businesses even fail as quickly as within the first 120 days of operation.
The eCommerce landscape is rapidly changing. Cue Commerce has created the following “eCommerce Today” infographic which is full of stats and tips in relation to ecommerce websites,integration, and marketing.
PHP Genie takes a look at Shopify and Magento Go’s ecommerce systems’ strengths and weaknesses. Which came out on top? Which is best for you? Read on to find out.
Which is the best ecommerce system? This infographic from WebNet Hosting provides a detailed comparison of the three most popular ecommerce system.
The objective of any business, be it brick-mortar or web based, is to maximize sales for greater profits. Like real world, it is achieved in the web realm by focusing on marketing and advertising. While efforts in mentioned fields bring fresh traffic, changing those potential visitors into buyers depends entirely on conversion funnel and related elements. Higher sales can be achieved by keeping buyer psychology in mind.