mCommerce in the U.S. will Reach $102.14 Billion in 2017
eMarketer’s latest estimates suggest that smartphone retail mCommerce sales in the U.S. market will increase more than 50% this year to total $102.14 billion. Other research confirms that the share of mobile-based digital shopping is on the rise.
Mobile Commerce Exceeds $24B During Holiday Season
Total online commerce is on the rise. In 2014, mobile comprised 11.6% of the U.S. market $303 billion in e-commerce sales. BI Intelligence forecasts that by 2020, mobile will account for 45% of the $632 billion in total eCommerce sales.
Source: Business Insider
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Growing Upside for U.S. Mobile Wallet Apps on Smartphones
The increasing usage and penetration of mobile devices — such as smartphones and tablets — facilitate growth of mCommerce within the U.S. market. The American mCommerce market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 25.72% from 2014 to 2019.
How UK Mobile Retail Traffic Overtook the Desktop in 2014
The UK is a nation of digital shoppers. eMarketer estimates that retail eCommerce in the UK accounts for a larger proportion of total retail sales than in any other country tracked. And mobile is becoming an increasingly important element of the eCommerce equation. Mobile retail commerce is split into smartphone and tablet related online shopping.