The researcher sees just 2% unit growth in the five years, led by Androids. Losing share will be the category-creating iPad.
M-commerce is changing the game for marketers by building a bridge between brick-and-mortar stores and online shopping.
No matter which team takes home the World Cup trophy this year, one thing is clear: Latin America loves mobile and marketers love Latin America.
New research says that 18.5% of all marketing emails were opened on a tablet in Q1 2014. That's up more than 5% since just nine months ago.
Today's consumers is more likely watching TV with a tablet or a smartphone in their lap rather than a TV dinner.
Medialets COO and Chief Revenue Officer Richy Glassberg talks mobile trends for 2013.
Eric Litman, chairman and CEO of Medialets discusses the mobile Web experience and the threat of showrooming.
Marin Software, a digital advertising management company, found in its U.S. Online Advertising Quarterly Report, that 18% of paid search clicks come from mobile devices.
According to a new study by Monetate, tablets may just be the future of e-commerce, more so than mobile or PCs.
In five years, I think tablets and smartphones will surpass PCs in e-commerce sales — and no, it's not because I have digital strategy in my title.
It was less than two years ago that the late Steve Jobs introduced the iPad. At the time, he heralded the beginning of the "post-PC" era.
In the next five years, will smartphones and tablets drive more annual e-commerce sales revenue than PCs or will PCs develop new capabilities to keep them in the lead?
Brands embrace mobile commerce by developing apps and building sites for smartphone and tablet users, as well as optimizing their e-commerce sites.
Coastal.com VP of marketing Aaron Magness on the growing importance of creating a personalized experience.
Will mobile drive more e-commerce revenue than PCs? Our readers respond to the April Gloves Off question.
With each individual able to carry their business around with them on a tablet or phone, b-to-b marketing has sought a number of ways to reach on-the-go executives.
Twice a year, the marketing business pauses in its reinvention to expose its fear of fundamental change and highlight the disconnect that exists between what it says and what it does.
Retailers could be doing much more to improve their marketing on mobile and tablet devices, according to a report released on Feb. 16.
We're a month into the New Year. So, what's in store for major brands in 2012? I have a few predictions.
Office supply retailer Staples is launching a new e-commerce site that optimized specifically for shopping on tablet computers.
Tablet users who visited e-commerce websites in 2011 spent 54% more per purchase than smartphone visitors and 21% more than desktop or laptop visitors, according to a Jan. 19 report by Adobe Systems.
Though consumers clearly use their tablets to shop — a survey released Jan. 16 by rich media marketing company Zmags found that 87% of tablet owners did their holiday shopping using their tablets this year — only 4% of those surveyed said they prefer using mobile branded apps for shopping.
This year's Black Friday/Cyber Monday weekend proved a big one for e-commerce — and mobile commerce in particular. Thanks to a combination of generous deals and increasingly savvy and mobile-focused consumers, the biggest shopping weekend of the year was bigger than ever for online retailers.
Eighty-seven percent of tablet owners will be using their device for holiday shopping this year and will spend an average of $325 for purchases on the device, according to a survey released by Zmags on Dec. 8.
Several technology vendors introduced products in October that put fresh twists on display advertising, videos and Web analytics that help marketers use new digital tools to enhance traditional marketing.
Steve Jobs gave the world much more than a series of new and ever-shinier toys. In eulogies written by major news outlets, on blogs and in bite-sized Tweets, a common theme quickly emerged: "Steve Jobs changed ________." A lot of things can complete that sentence. Advertising is one.
Google has launched an app for Apple's iPad tablet that enables retailers to digitize print catalogs and embed rich-media content, such as videos. Catalogs from retailers including Macy's, Pottery Barn and Sephora are available through the Google Catalogs app at launch.
Sit down on the couch to watch TV, and there's a very good chance you'll be online while you do it. A recent Harris Poll report found that 56% of TV viewers surf the Internet via computer while watching TV. A further 25% do it with a phone or tablet.
Amazon.com reported a net sales increase of 51% in the second quarter to $9.9 billion, compared with the second quarter of 2010. Marketing expenses increased 61.6% to $341 million in Q2 for the Seattle-based e-commerce company.
Multititle publisher Bonnier Corp. is using email marketing to build relationships with customers who are subscribing to its new iPad magazine. Subscribers who opt in to email messages while buying the digital magazine will receive an email survey with questions about themselves, and what they like and dislike about the iPad edition.
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