Mobile revenues for UK retailers increase by 79 percent following December sales

Tuesday 23 January 2018 00:48 CET | News

Mobile revenues in the UK have increased by 79% in December compared to the same period in 2016, according to new research by Visualsoft.

Visualsoft, an ecommerce and digital agency, interviewed more than 1,600 UK retailers and found that total sales revenues (for all channels) were up by a 25% year-on-year, compared to figures from 2016.

The order value has also risen by 24% signaling a continuous appetite for online shopping. This is despite figures showing retail sales in December drop by 1.5% compared to November 2017.

The main takeaway from the research is that mobile becomes an increasingly important sales channel. Even more so, as Google will rank websites according to how they perform on mobile.

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Keywords: UK, mobile revenues, mobile ecommerce, mobile shopping, ecommerce, Visualsoft
Categories: Payments & Commerce | Ecommerce
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