Retail & Ecommerce
While a gap in ecommerce adoption between retailers and brand manufacturers used to be quite prevalent, it’s now common practice for brands to sell online, a trend that will continue to increase in 2019.
This year, mobile commerce sales in the US will account for 39.6% of total retail ecommerce sales—reaching $208.1 billion.
With data breaches a constant worry, many consumers don’t feel too confident in being able to control how their personal data gets used.
Adoption of mobile payments varies widely from market to market around the world. The US, with a robust banking and credit system, has been slow to adopt mobile payments, but behaviors are changing. In this three-pack podcast playlist, we discuss market drivers and where the industry is going next.
Amazon’s influence over the US ecommerce market is undeniable. Prime, Amazon’s customer loyalty program, has been a major driver behind its success in the US.
Cart abandonment has been an issue since the advent of online shopping. Consumers get cold feet for a number of reasons, but for many, it's just a part of the way they shop.
In the latest episode of "Behind the Numbers," eMarketer Bill Fisher discusses the evolving UK retail market and the growing impact of mobile shopping.
As Thanksgiving rapidly approaches, the holiday shopping season is kicking into overdrive. Retailers are ready for the surge in consumer spending on Black Friday, but what shopper behaviors should they expect? We break down three key trends for the holiday weekend.
Over the past few months, more than half of states in the US have enacted an online sales tax and more will join in 2019. Local governments viewed online sales tax as a boon, brick-and-mortar retailers considered it leveling the playing field, while online retailers—many which already paid sales tax—predicted it would be detrimental.
No email marketer wants to see an unsubscribe. And even with providing post-unsubscribe check boxes to gather user feedback, motivations aren't always clear.
This year, 134.0 million mobile users in the US will use a mobile coupon. That's an 8.0% increase from 2017, according to eMarketer estimates.
In the latest episode of “Behind the Numbers,” retail analyst Andrew Lipsman joins us in the studio to dig into some of the shopping data from Thanksgiving weekend. What’s selling? Who’s buying? And where are they buying?
In this webinar, eMarketer moderates a Tech Talk Tuesday presentation featuring Salsify's Andrew Waber, manager of data insights and media relations, who will share data insights and detailed strategy that will help you build a product detail page (PDP) that outranks competitors and earns buyers' trust.
Online retail sales—outside of the top 10 companies analyzed—will see a decline in ecommerce sales growth, by roughly 3.8% this year, according to a new eMarketer forecast.
In the latest episode of "Behind the Numbers," eMarketer analyst Lauren Fisher is joined in the studio by digital strategist Chris Lundquist for a conversation about consumers’ view of loyalty and what the major motivators are for building that loyalty.
US retail ecommerce sales for the holiday season thus far (Nov. 1 through Nov. 26) generated $58.5 billion, a 19.9% increase from last year, according to research from Adobe.
In a special holiday episode of eMarketer's "Behind the Numbers," hosts Marcus Johnson and Ezra Palmer consider some of the year's key digital developments—GDPR, e-sports, Amazon Go stores and more—and ask a simple question: "Should we be thankful for this?"
Jason Goldberg, senior vice president of commerce at Publicis.Sapient, digs into the strategy behind Amazon Go and tells eMarketer how the ecommerce giant will further disrupt retail's competitive landscape.
The UK holiday shopping season is on pace to hit two major milestones this year. The holiday season, which eMarketer defines as November and December, is the most important retail period in nearly all major European markets.
Return policies used to be viewed as a necessary evil. Behind the scenes, logistics can create a lot of headaches for retailers, but consumers expect a seamless process. Flexible returns have also become a differentiating factor that can make or break customer loyalty.