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Access Competitive Data on the World's 500 Largest Mobile Commerce Businesses with a Customizable, Web-Based System
The extensive data contained in the print version of Internet Retailer's 2014 Mobile 500 are also available online as a part of a subscription to Top500Guide.com. Use the database tools to slice and dice competitive information according to 68 characteristics, such as merchant type, merchandise specialty, annual mobile sales range, conversion rate range, average ticket, executive contacts, sales growth, web site performance ratings, mobile app and operating system functionality and vendors used.
After your data fields are chosen, and with just a few more clicks, you'll get key facts and figures about the Mobile 500, presented exactly the way you want them. These customized reports are an impactful way to present important search results and analysis to managers, clients—or even potential customers. All reports—standard and custom—can be printed, or saved online, for quick reference at any time.
Here are just a few examples of what the Top500Guide.com can do to answer your questions about the mobile commerce and marketing leaders ranked and profiled in the Mobile 500:
- Who are the top 25 retail chains, web-only players and catalog/call center companies ranked in the guide, and what was their year-over-year growth since the Mobile 400 was published last year? Top500Guide.com lets you search the Mobile 500 companies by merchant type, category, sales growth and dozens more metrics.
- What are the key marketing features for retailers, ticketers and travel companies? Top500Guide.com breaks down the key marketing features for each Mobile 500 site.
- Which Mobile 500 sites recorded the highest traffic based on unique monthly visitors and garnered the highest conversion rates? Use the Mobile 500 database on Top500Guide.com to get answers in seconds—and then organize your results in the custom report that you can save or print.
- Which mobile commerce sites are utilizing HTML5, and which vendors are they using? The Mobile 500 database on Top500Guide.com reveals which sites are and which are not using HTML5, and names who the top mobile vendors are as well.
- Which retailers are getting the most traffic and sales from mobile apps? Top500Guide.com contains detailed information on retailers’ mobile strategies, including the percentage of mobile sales generated through apps.
Sales Figures2013 m-commerce sales of 500 leading worldwide retail, ticketing and travel companies
Bold InsightsIndustry experts share their ideas on effective mobile site design and app development
Thorough AnalysisKey operations & performance metrics
Industry ContactsMore than 1,600 e-retailing executives