posts tagged ‘m-commerce

-2015 is the year of positivity (at least in ads), per Adweek. -“Beware the pretty people,” says TechCrunch in an exploration of tech’s changing landscape. -MediaPost spotlights Hispanic Gen Zers and how they’ll change the consumer landscape. -BBC explores Gen Z’s tech addiction and what it will mean for the workplace. -Instagram remains the fastest-growing […]

As we race to the finish line of 2014, we’re also starting to look to what’s next. At JWTIntelligence, our 10 Trends and later 100 Things to Watch have traditionally marked this transition. This year, in the spirit of newness—new branding, new CEO, new worldwide director of JWTIntelligence (that’s me)—we’re switching things up a little. […]

E-commerce is fast reaching a tipping point into mobile commerce. “Mobile commerce adoption is far ahead of expectations,” reads a report out today from Criteo, a performance marketing technology company, which says mobile currently comprises 30 percent of e-commerce transactions globally. A majority (53 percent) of these transactions are coming from smartphones, not tablets. And […]

Read our roundups in magazine form on Flipboard, via the iOS and Android app or online; click here to find our magazine collection. -Based on Advertising Week discussions, Mashable outlines five big trends in advertising right now. -Adweek’s mobile-focused series, aligned with Advertising Week, includes a look whether mobile can rule the ad world. -An […]

Worldwide e-commerce sales are expected to rise almost 20 percent over last year, thanks to growth from emerging markets, according to an eMarketer forecast. In the U.S., e-commerce growth is “far outpacing” overall retail sales, per Business Insider, indicating growing consumer comfort in browsing and buying online. And according to Nielsen’s latest Global Survey of […]

Over the past year, Americans on average started spending more time with mobile devices than desktop computers—significantly more time, as this chart from comScore shows. But according to comScore’s latest study, it’s not that Americans are using their desktops any less (usage actually grew by 1 percent), it’s that time spent with digital media overall […]

Mobile shopping is becoming an increasingly mainstream habit. In the U.S., smartphones now account for a quarter of visits to e-commerce sites, up from 18% in 2013, Business Insider reports. In the APAC region, Frost & Sullivan expects mobile commerce to grow from a $76 billion market in 2013 to $153 billion in 2017. And […]

Read our roundups in magazine form on Flipboard, via the iOS and Android app or online; click here to find our magazine collection. -The Wall Street Journal highlights four takeaways from the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity, while a columnist for The Drum outlines his five takeaways from the festival. -The Wall Street Journal notes […]

As we outline in Everything Is Retail, one of our 10 Trends for 2013 and Beyond, shopping is shifting from an activity that takes place in physical stores or online to a value exchange that can play out in multiple new and novel ways. Instagram, a platform ripe with potential, is among those new ways. […]

With Tinder’s swipe-through format proving a massive hit—per Mary Meeker’s Internet-trends report, Tinder users are swiping some 800 million times a day—services in categories beyond matchmaking are adopting “Tinderfaces.” Apps for finding everything from employment to dogs needing adoption have embraced the swipe, but perhaps the most compelling development is in mobile commerce.  A crop […]


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