Why add Mobile Commerce (or "mCommerce") into your eCommerce strategy? Because mCommerce is a very fast growing sector of the eCommerce marketplace. End-of-year stats revealed that 30% of all eCommerce traffic came from mobile in 2013. Q1 2014 findings reveal that sales from mobile devices have increased by 101% compared to this time last year.
Red Leaf can advise you on mCommerce "best practices", design and develop your mCommerce site right alongside your eCommerce site, and build tracking tools to allow you to analyze mCommerce trends on your site. We implement responsive web design principles to render pages differently based on the user's device while optimizing your site for mobile and tablet devices.
We have developed a process that blends creative design, new and proven technologies, and business common sense into one amazing online experience. We create engaging and powerful websites that enhance brand images and create sales opportunities.
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Performance should be a number one concern and page load time is a key factor is developing user-friendly mCommerce sites. A mobile commerce site, which travels over a wireless connection, might not necessarily be as fast as a landline link.
If the retailer has multiple store locations include a store locator. Another option is to enable geolocation for on-the-go mobile shoppers who don't have a zip code readily available.
Increase the size of the search box and feature it consistently at the top of each page.
Use third party checkout options such as PayPal Express Checkout or keep checkout processes simple.
Use touchable tabs on the product pages to keep content organized and easy to find. Customers can select the tabs if they want to see the information rather than having to scroll past it to find what they are looking for.