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Dropping Like it’s Dot: M-Dot Sites to Lose 50% Share in 2015

M-dot sites aren’t dead, just dying. A recent report released by Pure Oxygen Labs surveyed the Internet Retailer 500 Guide (2014) and found use of m-dot sites for ecommerce dropped from 79% in 2013 to 59%, with dynamic serving and responsive sites ...
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Why It’s Like 1995 on the Mobile Web Right Now

Another post on mobile menus? You may recall, GetElastic posted Don’t Make These Mobile Mistakes and Mobile Menus: Hold the Hamburger already. And Conversion XL posted the excellent mobile menu A/B testing study just last month. (The testing gain ...
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The Head to Toe View of the Customer

We know about the 360-degree view of the customer: a unified account of interactions across digital and physical touchpoints. Omnichannel Nirvana. But when it comes to in-store analytics, the head-to-toe view of the customer may be what’s next in ...
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3 Beacon Trends to Watch in 2015

Mobile is not just another access point for your online business, it’s an in-store shopping aid. According to SapientNitro, 53% of consumers prefer shopping in-store vs other channels. 81% of these shoppers want to interact with their phones in-store, ...
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15 Ecommerce Resolutions for 2015: Part 2

Continuing our 3-part series of ecommerce resolutions for 2015, here are resolutions 6 through 10: 6. Mobilize your mobile strategy Before declaring the 10th Annual Year of the Mobile (kidding), let’s all agree mobile is no joke. 2/3 of email is ...
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