Who Owns Mobile? The Top Mobile E-Commerce Brands
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The final report card is in. We did a survey of the top online brands out there and wanted to see how many of them saw the best returns on mobile. ...

The final report card is in. We did a survey of the top online brands out there and wanted to see how many of them saw the best returns on mobile.

There's a lot of buzz about m-commerce but who's doing it better?

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  • 1. WHO OWNS MOBILE? Mobile revenues are growing rapidly, but some companies do mobile better Mobile Sales Other Sales 0% 50% 100% JackThreads Rue La La Groupon Fab Gilt Hautelook Joss & Main Vente Privee Net-a-Porter Wayfair Rakuten Zalora Ocado Taobao Frank&Oak Expedia One Kings Lane Threadflip Overstock.com Marks & Spencer eBay Starbucks Amazon ProFlowers Kayak “Mobile shopping continues to grow, as mobile traffic grew to 39.7 percent of all online traffic, an increase of 34 percent over black friday 2012. Mobile sales were also strong, reaching 21.8 percent of total online sales, an increase of nearly 43 percent year-over-year.” –TechCrunch Made With Mobile Optimism http://kiip.me