Archive for November, 2013

  • The zero score for Apple is from LightningBuy’s Mobile Commerce Conversion Index that ranks merchants on how likely it is that a consumer will complete a purchase transaction from the merchant’s mobile website. Why a score of zero?  Because Apple, along with two other of the largest technology companies in the world, Microsoft and Sony, don’t have

  • A report from mobile checkout provider LightningBuy breaks down the top 100 Internet retailers and their ability to take mobile traffic and turn it into an actual sale. Based on the index, the results are a bit surprising, as even the biggest names in mobile retail fail in some capacity to cater to their mobile

  • Abercrombie & Fitch, 1800Flowers, Netflix, Ancestry.com and Fanatics beat the five-click-to-purchase average on retailers’ mobile sites with only two clicks to purchase, according to a report from LightningBuy. The “Mobile Commerce Conversion Index” ranked merchants on how likely it is that a consumer will complete a transaction from the merchant’s mobile Web site. Twenty-eight of

  • It’s here!  LightningBuy’s Mobile Commerce Conversion Index ranks merchants on how likely it is that a consumer will complete a purchase transaction from the merchant’s mobile website.  This benchmark report includes: 100 Merchants ranked from The Internet Retailer’s® 2013 Top 500 Guide® 20 Criteria across mobile site optimization, load time, length of checkout, and user interface 155