Personalised shopping on the rise.
eBay Australia has forecast the biggest mobile shopping day will be Sunday 8 December with expectations 1.28 million of 2.3 million Australians will visit eBay.com.au through their mobile device.
The omnichannel shopper is now well established in Australia with the latest research from Telstra showing the country is one of the most mobile-centric countries in the world.
A majority of consumers in the Asia Pacific agree mobile phones will be more an important payment method in the future but in order for that to happen consumers want more and better access to mobile services, according to findings by SAP.
The Australian online retailer that prides itself on its three-hour delivery service in Sydney, The Iconic, has launched a fashion app for the iPhone and iPad.
Mention showrooming to retailers and it often paints a frightening picture. But Robert Kramer from TNS Global explains it's just comparison shopping through a more immediate channel.
Lack of education and transparency are hindering advertisers' ability to reach Australian consumers as they become more mobile than ever, new insight from Google shows.
As eBay celebrates the fifth birthday of its mobile application, the company has released a report revealing mobile shopping is only expected to grow.
Fashion and electronics are the two leading categories for mobile purchases, worth about a billion dollar each, according to eBay Australia.
To bring mobile shopping to life and to respond to the needs of its fashion forward customers, ASOS Australia has launched an exclusive preview of its Spring Summer 2013 collection to Australia entitled 'In Your World'.
The amount of Australians shopping online is not looking to slow down any time soon based on Getprice's 2012 Shopping Report which details how Australian shoppers are researching and buying online.
According to Adrian Mullen, the creator of E-commerce Websites, traditional bricks and mortar retailers must be prepared for an influx of mobile shoppers if they want to compete in the growing online shopping arena.
A new shopping experience has been designed by PayPal Australia and Point and Pay to help both retailers and the media world move into the digital world, which was launched in The Weekend West on Saturday.
There was a surge in mobile shopping during Christmas, according to the January Getprice online shopping index traffic.
In a global first, the QkR by MasterCard in-cinema smart ordering service will be piloted by the Commonwealth Bank at a number of Hoyts cinemas for several weeks from January.
Consumers are becoming more shop savvy, according to eBay, which found that those who used their phones to compare prices saved an average of $595.
The role in which mobile phones and social media are playing in influencing the way younger consumers shop and select retail brands is growing, according to new research from MasterCard.
Track your customer's in-store behaviour using revolutionary mobile phone tracking technology. Dwell time, traffic flow and category conversion rates can transform sales and optimise retail performance.
The annual e-tailing group Merchant Survey, completed by 200 merchants in the US in the first quarter of 2011, found that 77 per cent of respondents will be investing in mobile in 2011.
Now into the second month of 2011, the buzz of the mobile is louder than ever. And 2ergo has provided its top ten mobile marketing trend predictions that retailers need to be aware of to succeed this year and beyond.
As smartphones become more prevalent in the market, it is changing the way consumers are shopping as more are gaining access to online stores through their mobile phones.
eBay.com.au has announced it will be releasing an application suitable for the new Windows Phone 7 in mid-October 2010.