A third of Brits would abandon a retailers mobile website or app if it didnt load within just three seconds, and look to shop elsewhere, according to new research.
Almost half of UK consumers claim they still prefer to shop on the High Street instead of online, according to the results of a recent survey.
There will be a continuing shift to mobile advertising, cross device solutions and native formats, resulting in improved return on ad spend for marketers during 2015, according to a new report forecasting ecommerce trends for the coming year.
Figures from the latest IMRG MetaPack UK Delivery Index reveal that parcel volumes performed as expected both for 2014 as a whole and over Christmas despite a tsunami effect on demand caused by exceptional sales activity over the Black Friday weekend.
Given the sheer number of ecommerce stores available in the UK, gaining visibility and expanding online presence through external channels, such as Google Shopping, has become one of the main daily challenges for online retailers.
Multichannel efficiency and online delivery on the menu at IRX and EDX 2015 bigger and better than ever before
Retailers from across the globe will learn about the latest innovations and best practice in multichannel retail from the leaders of the sector this March at the Internet Retailing Expo (IRX) which, new for 2015, is co-located with the eDelivery Expo (EDX); ensuring visitors leave the show knowing about the latest innovations and trends shaping the landscape.
Online wine retailer announces new delivery channel to increase choice and convenience for customers
Just how are millennials shopping habits different from silver surfers? This guide from Googles consumer barometer breaks down the UK shoping habits by age, and uncovers some surprising results.
The typical British high street is set for a boost this Christmas as shoppers are poised to make three additional shopping trips each to collect parcels bought through Click & Collect services, according to new research from eBay.
Web users In Britain in their late 30s and early 40s more likely than 18-24 year olds to watch TV whilst online, according to new research.
Asda has partnered with ecommerce performance marketing company, HookLogic, to launch the companys first venture into the European market as it looks to Boost Product Exposure for Brands.
Nearly half of all teens aged 16-19 are using snapchat across a number of major western markets, according to new research.