Author: Charlie Lines

How Digital Convergence Changed Consumers

The advent and evolution of social media changed both legacy technologies and the way consumers use them. The camera, previously used to simply snap pictures or record videos for personal use, has become the lifeblood of every major digital platform.

How Digital Convergence Changed Consumers

The advent and evolution of social media changed both legacy technologies and the way consumers use them. The camera, previously used to simply snap pictures or record videos for personal use, has become the lifeblood of every major digital platform.

UK Contactless mobile spending reached £975M Last year

Last year 126m contactless transactions in-store purchases were made via mobile, with spending passing £975m. According to Worldpay, this spending accounted for a 328 per cent year-on-year growth of in-store mobile spending in 2017.

What Does AMP for Email Mean for Retail Marketers?

In February, Gmail’s Product Manager Aakash Sahney, revealed in a blog post that the email giant will be bringing the power of “AMP” to email through a developer preview of AMP for Email. Sounds good – but what does it mean? AMP stands for Accelerated Mobile Pages: an open-source framework designed to make mobile pages… Read more »

New way to pay at Prezzo

Diners at Prezzo restaurant on St Martin’s Lane, London can now leave without waiting for the bill, as the high-street chain trials a new approach to payment.

E-Commerce Growth Club Scotland Update

The E-Commerce Growth Club in Scotland, founded by Ann-Maree Morrison of www.labels4kids.com ,  met on the 6th February at Codebase in Stirling. Martin Jordan is the Head of Innovation for Equator digital in Glasgow gave an interesting talk on latest developments in AI.

How Retailers Can Successfully Expand into Online Marketplaces

Discover how you can open your products up to a wider audience by using online marketplaces, specifically in China. Right now, a whopping 90% of all eCommerce transactions in China take place on marketplaces. What’s more is that by 2020, more than 39% of digital sales will come from marketplaces.

Google drops ‘View Image’ in Getty agreement

Google will remove the “View Image” button from Google Images, in an agreement between the search giant and Getty Images in a settlement between Google and the stock photo agency.