News and Articles About Mobile Commerce
Can customers view your business website on a smartphone? Should your business have an app? We walk you through the basics of going mobile.
Popular mobile transaction startup Square's new app goes well beyond simply accepting payments.
As smartphone usage increases, bricks-and-mortar retailers could see their revenue drop. Here's how to stay ahead of the curve.
Mobile payment systems such as Swipe, Pay Anywhere and Square offer merchants free readers, apps, activation and cancellation.
Small businesses are embracing new mobile payment systems, allowing them to make sales without the high fees and long-term contracts associated with traditional credit card processing.
If you're thinking about accepting mobile payments, here's what you need to consider before getting started.
This new app enables restaurant and bar patrons to cash out their bill via smartphone, simplifying the process for customers and servers alike.
Here is a collection of next year's top trends for marketing, retailing, service businesses, mobile, social media and more.
'Geofencing' technology helps eliminate a customer's need to handle a credit card, or even a mobile phone, when making a purchase.
To keep up with mobile customers, having a mobile-ready website is key. Here's how to get one.
Can I get your number? Mobile commerce makes purchasing as simple as waving your smartphone at the register.
Mobile applications redefined the user experience but represent only a pit stop in the continuing evolution.
A California yogurt shop and other merchants are turning to a new mobile commerce method that sticks it to cash and credit.
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