Retailers are increasingly recognising that browsing online and in-store is an important part of the shopping experience as they cast aside conversion rates to focus more on boosting dwell times and improving engagement. By Glynn Davis
Homewares retailers continue to perform well online, with a strong representation at the head of the table of the UKs top 500 retail websites, in Q1. By Glynn Davis
According to a report* by Postcode Anywhere, on average, December 2014 saw 28% more transactions each day when compared to 2013
Utilising data in-store to enhance the shoppers experience is the next stage in the development of Fashion Fingerprint creator Dressipi that is trialling a clientelling app with a number of retailers. By Glynn Davis
B&Q has powered up the table of the UKs top 500 retail websites to be the most improved site in Q4. By Glynn Davis
Barcode standards creator GS1 is developing transformational new data standards that will align online items with their physical equivalent in-store. By Glynn Davis
Pownall Carpets has been crowned the UKs best performing online retail site in Q3 2014 as it earns its place alongside two other home-wares retailers in the top five.By Glynn Davis
A study of phone call and website data from a group of online retailers reveals some interesting trends.
Unsurprisingly, the survey also shows they are unlikely to make a repeat purchase, following bad customer service.
Greg Zemor, Co-Founder of marketplace distribution solution Neteven, discusses how UK retailers can make their products attractive online in Europe.