Seven Reasons For Alibaba’s Success - Digital Commerce 360
What exactly is it about Alibaba that has enabled it to flourish? Here are seven fundamental reasons for its ground-breaking success. One big one: attracting sellers by eliminating listing fees. Plus, a look Alibaba's responsible innovation initiatives. What exactly is it about Alibaba that has enabled it to flourish? Here are seven fundamental reasons for its ground-breaking success.
Posted: Friday Nov 27, 2020
Digital Commerce 360 | Internet Retailer News & Analysis ...
Posted: (3 days ago) Digital Commerce 360 (Internet Retailer) for 18 years has delivered the valuable facts, figures and analyses needed to cover the digital transformation.
Online retail app and site news - Digital Commerce 360
Posted: (1 months ago) Apps & Sites : Apps and sites are the main vehicles that retailers use to sell. Strategies. E.l.f. Cosmetics does more than pay lip service to personalization. Jessica Young | Aug 19, 2020. The Latest in Apps & Sites. News. 44% of companies say push notifications offer a greater ROI than email.
How to protect your brand's mobile apps against sneaker bots
Posted: (3 days ago) In this case, your best bet to protect apps already in the field is to add protections to the back end, such as rate-limiting purchases to prevent mass ordering by a single individual. Yet this measure won’t help much if your app is an on-demand delivery app.
Progressive web apps or native apps: Which way should ...
Posted: (7 days ago) Native apps provide an experience that is far more engaging than mobile web and produces loyalty. Data from our platform found: Apps produce 2.9x more user sessions than the mobile web and 3.1x more than the desktop; Customers return to their shopping apps 3x more than they do to mobile websites and 2.7x more than the desktop
Consumers are spending a lot more time in retailers' apps
Posted: (5 days ago) For digital-first retail apps, on average U.S. consumers opened a retail app 22 times per month in 2018, which is a 10% increase over 2016, and 15 sessions per person per month for a brick-and-mortar retail app, which is a 35% increase over 2016, according to the report. Digital-first retailers are merchants that only sell online or launched as ...
Health apps could cut U.S. healthcare costs by $7 billion ...
Posted: (4 days ago) General wellness apps still account for the majority of health apps, but the number of apps focused on health condition management or patient care are increasing faster and now account for 40% of all apps. Of the top downloaded Android health apps, over 55% make use of data collected from sensors including activity- and sleep-monitoring wearables.
Why patients won’t use chronic disease apps
Posted: (12 days ago) The healthcare system is flooded with mobile apps—more than 165,000 are currently available in the Apple and Google app stores. Even though mobile apps have great potential to help with the most pressing healthcare problem in the U.S.—chronic disease—they are hardly making a dent in helping to provide a digital health solution.
Exclusive: The 25 most popular mobile commerce apps
Posted: (3 days ago) The merchants behind the top 25 mobile shopping apps are a Who’s Who of e-commerce and m-commerce heavy hitters, according to the inaugural App Annie & Internet Retailer Mobile Commerce App Index. App Annie is a mobile app analytics firm that tracks 600,000 apps via its proprietary analytics for 55,000 companies, including 90% of the top 100 site and app publishers.
2020 Top 500 E-Retailers Database I IDigital Commerce 360 ...
Posted: (7 days ago) What is the Top 500? The Digital Commerce 360 Top 500 is a complete ranking of the leading 500 online retailers selling in North America. These top retailers grew 16.3% in 2019, trailed by overall North American ecommerce which grew only 15.1%.
How many online stores are there in the world?
Posted: (6 days ago) But wait, this is based on US top 500 retailers, not the worldwide top 500. Does this mean there are 654,033 online stores in the US alone? Well, being the dominant market, there is not much difference between US top 500 retailers and the world top 500 retailers – the vast majority of them are Americans (plus, the power rule calculation ignores the top 10 stores so Alibaba is not calculated).