Growing your mobile sales in the retail channel starts by delivering the same type of experiences consumers are encountering while shopping online using a computer.
Mobile has since 2014 exceed personal computers for internet usage…
The growth of mobile devices
The onset of smartphones and the roll out of Wi-Fi connections has increased mobile online shopping. Although mobile continues to drive the most sales growth for retailers, the sales still aren’t keeping up with retail traffic.
According to Andrew Meola, IBM found that smartphone traffic beat both tablet and desktop, making up 53% of all online traffic. But mobile still only accounted for 29% of all online sales.
Why does mobile sales lag behind other devices with online sales?
Customers using mobile have to fill out too many fields, and the text is too hard to read, among other things, says Dangelmaier in a recent blog. Merchants haven’t put enough weight into mobile and its impact on converting shoppers into buyers and completing purchases at checkout.
Some customers will abandon their checkout chart if they don’t have or can’t find a coupon to apply at the checkout. A lot of merchants haven’t built platforms that can easily execute coupon codes. Checkout conversion, especially on mobile devices, is a huge problem that needs to be addressed.
Ever more people use smartphones to do their online shopping. But although customers are more likely to visit shops through their mobile phone than any other type of device, they are still more likely to make purchases on tablets (The Telegraph)
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