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EDITORIAL Mobile: the good, the bad and the future

EDITORIAL Mobile: the good, the bad and the future

Research by Awin.com, an affiliate marketing network, revealed this week that 39% of UK shoppers wouldn’t really care if all high street shops were to close. In short, shoppers are rapidly losing love for the high street – or at least for the old way of doing things
Amazon, eBay and Argos likely winners as UK shoppers set to spend £25bn in 2019 on smartphones

Amazon, eBay and Argos likely winners as UK shoppers set to spend £25bn in 2019 on smartphones

Shoppers plan to spend £25 billion using their smartphones this year, a £10 billion rise on 2018, with Amazon, eBay and Argos the most popular sites, says uSwitch study
Shoppers frustrated by lack of in-store stock and see apps being the answer

Shoppers frustrated by lack of in-store stock and see apps being the answer

Almost half of UK shoppers say that the lack of availability of products on the high street is the biggest frustration of shopping in-store – compounded by being sent special offers or a voucher from a store only to find that the product was out of stock when they got there. But could apps be the answer?
Shelves that re-order food, recipe-suggesting fridges and buying clothes they see on TV – some of the things consumers want to see in 2019

Shelves that re-order food, recipe-suggesting fridges and buying clothes they see on TV – some of the things consumers want to see in 2019

A third of UK consumers are tempted by the idea of fitting smart shelves that can automatically re-order items as soon as they run out, 37% are attracted by the concept of a smart fridge that suggests recipes based on what food is in there and 34% want kitchen appliances that can connect and be remotely controlled by voice.
Almost two-thirds of US retail traffic was mobile this Christmas thanks to PWAs, says Adobe

Almost two-thirds of US retail traffic was mobile this Christmas thanks to PWAs, says Adobe

As the analysis continues around Christmas shopping habits, the latest recap from Adobe finds that 61% of retail traffic and 42% of revenues came from mobile.

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