What brands need to understand about mobile shopper buying journey

People never go to a store without a wallet. The same can be said about mobile devices. This year, for the first time, mobile traffic in e-commerce has surpassed traffic coming from desktop. Mobile has become a connection between the online and offline worlds: retail doesn’t have online or offline customers now, retail has consumers. More than two-thirds of customers are using their mobile devices inside stores. Understanding the mobile shopper buying journey has emerged as one of the crucial points in retail.

Some facts about the mobile shop...

New mobile e-commerce buying behavior: the biggest challenge and opportunity for marketers

Mobile e-commerce buying behavior has changed the entire online retail market. In general there are two ways to work with e-commerce: a Direct Model and an Online marketplace. In the case of a Direct Model, the company has a website dedicated only to their products. An Online marketplace is shared by multiple manufacturers and vendors (Amazon, Alibaba).
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If a company wants to build a brand, the direct model of e-commerce is the easiest way to obtain this. As technology advances, mobile is becoming a crucial channel fo...

How Whisbi is helping to sell more cars online

The first step that a customer normally takes when they want to buy a car is researching online. Car buyers are want to be sure that the car they want has the exact features and options they are looking for, but the average car buyer physically visits only 1.8 dealerships. So the question for automotive companies is “How to start to sell more cars online?”. In general, car shoppers are not able to go to the dealership straight after they have found an interesting car online. They just don’t have enough time for this. Whisbi can help automotive comp...

Disrupting the car buyer customer journey

Since the late 19th century, when cars were first manufactured and sold commercially, the car buyer customer journey has remained largely the same for almost 100 years.

Traditional car buyer customer journey

♦ Customers visited dealerships and talked directly with salespeople.

♦ Staff in dealerships answered questions and explained the benefits and features of different models of cars to clients.