Do You Use Coupons?

80% of Consumers Had a Better Perception of Retailers That Offered Mobile Coupons

Statistic Info

70% of all mobile shoppers have redeemed a coupon at either a brick and mortar or an online store in the past year, according to Key Ring.

Understanding this nomenclature is easy: people like getting deals and having them on their smartphones. So if you are running an ecommerce store that has a mobile website version, make sure you adhere to these mobile ecommerce statistics by offering mobile coupons… because they are likely to be redeemed, thus generating you more conversions in your funnel.

More 2018 Stats

23% of Users Will Abandon Their Shopping Cart if they Have to Create a New User Account

39% of People Will Stop Engaging With a Website if Images Won’t Load or Take Too Long to Load

Nearly Half of U.S. B2B Businesses Offer their Full Product Line Online

Americans Spend 36% of their Shopping Budget Online

20% of Google Searches on Mobile are Voice

42% of Lead Gen Professionals Consider Lack of Quality Data a Major Challenge Around Quality Lead Generation

74% of Online Shoppers Rate Product Selection as Important During the Online Search Process

Gmail is the Most Popular Email Platform, Commanding 46.77% of the Marketshare

Converting Leads to Customers was the Top Marketing Priority for 70% of Organizations in 2017

E-commerce sales account for just 8% of total retail sales in the US and 14% in the UK

More eCommerce Market Stats

1.79 billion people worldwide are expected to buy goods and services online in 2018.

Email Marketing Contributes to 20% of Traffic Driving Ecommerce Sales

Users Who Click On Product Recommendations Lead to a Conversion Rate that is 5.5 Times Higher Than Nonclicking Users

79% of Customers Order Online Via a Mobile Device

37% of Shoppers Use Social Media to Influence Their Purchases

48% of all Ecommerce Transactions Are From Repeat Customers

68% of Consumers Said They’d Rather Learn About a Company’s Products Via Short Videos and Demonstrations

There Were 1.66 Billion Global Digital Buyers in 2017

U.S. Retail Ecommerce Sales are Expected to Surpass 735 Billion by 2023

Online Stores That Have a Social Presence Have 32% More Sales on Average Than Online Stores that Don’t