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[科技] Data: mobile drives majority of Black Friday traffic but PCs dominate sales

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111.0234 发表于 2016-11-29 09:12:34
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Data: mobile drives majority of Black Friday traffic but PCs dominate sales

Data: mobile drives majority of Black Friday traffic but PCs dominate sales
   There were record e-commerce sales over the past weekend, as more consumers shopped online. However the rise of mobile commerce is the larger and more interesting story.
  On Black Friday mobile devices were responsible for roughly 36 percent of total revenues and a majority of online retail traffic, reported Adobe. This despite awkward and suboptimal mobile experiences across many sites.
  According to Adobe’s data, mobile devices drove more retail site visits (55 percent) than the PC. Most of that was smartphones; only 10 percent of mobile visits came from tablets. Today, Cyber Monday, the company reports that mobile is responsible for 56 percent of site visits (46 percent from smartphones) and 38 percent of sales.
  Adobe anticipates more than $3 billion in online sales today, with more than $500 million already booked by 10 am US Eastern time. Mobile was responsible for more than $200 million of that total as of this morning.
  Comscore reported that on Black Friday 116 million people visited online retail sites: 90 million came from mobile devices and 52 million from desktop computers, while 26 million of the total used both.
  Owners of iPhones were more prevalent and prominent among mobile shoppers, according to Criteo’s Black Friday analysis. The firm said that “iPhone user growth increased 59 percent vs. 18 percent for Android phone.” In addition, “iPhone transaction growth increased 58 percent vs. 27 percent for Android.”
  In accordance with other sources, Criteo echoed that tablets were in decline, with Android tablet-based transactions down 25 percent year-over-year. Transactions from iPads were down by 12 percent.
  Separately, Hooklogic found that the value of mobile and desktop shopping carts were comparable. However, the PC continue to lead in overall conversions, as mentioned. This is not because consumers are inhibited about mobile buying; it’s because mobile user experiences are still mediocre for the most part. .
  I did most of my shopping over the weekend on Android and iPhones. I was on a PC only a fraction of the time. Much of this resulted from clicking on email-based promotions and then shopping on the corresponding websites. I found poor experiences to be the rule rather than the exception
  Though still challenging, browsing and buying on mobile sites is getting better. And the identified gap between mobile traffic and conversions argues m-commerce would (and will) eclipse the PC as mobile user experience improve better.
拥抱你12 发表于 2016-11-29 10:50:47
111.0234日后必成大器!
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冷安 发表于 2016-11-29 11:02:45
2016-11-29楼主还是蛮拼的。
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DTea 发表于 2016-11-29 11:32:31
听说顶贴有福利,真的假的?
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劲康牌延时喷剂 发表于 2016-11-29 17:04:50
宁愿笑着流泪,也不哭着说后悔.
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守护神 发表于 2016-11-29 17:46:06
如果你爱他,请你抓住他,如果你不爱他,请你放手,让他去爱别人
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