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State of Mobile Commerce
State of Mobile Commerce
Cross-device shopping starts and ends on mobile
Q3 2015
Brazil State of Mobile Commerce Q3 Highlights
Criteo’s analysis of shopping data from Q3 2015 demonstrates that smartphones are increasingly becoming the purchase
device of choice in a multi-device world:
• Mobile is becoming the preferred purchase device for cross device shoppers: 5 in 10 transactions now involve multiple devices.
Cross-device purchasers are 3 times more likely to complete the transaction on their mobile device than the average user.
• Apps can be your highest performing channel: Retailers focusing on apps are finding gold. Conversion rates on apps heavily outperform even the desktop.
• Smartphones are the key for top quartile retailers: Top quartile is now generating almost a third of sales from mobile, mainly due to
much better optimization of smartphone conversion rates.
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These trends and forecasts come from Criteo’s Q3 2015 State of Mobile Commerce Report, based on its unique pool of online shopping data.
Brazil Mobile
Commerce
Trends
#1
Mobile is becoming the
preferred purchase
device for cross-device
shoppers
More than half of
purchases now involve
multiple devices*
Cross-device shopping is the new normal.
Brazil Cross-Device Share of eCommerce Transactions
User completed purchase on
TABLET
SMARTPHONE
DESKTOP
% of users who used
multiple devices in path to
purchase
59%
60%
55%
Retailers need to redesign their online
buying experience to reflect the fact that
almost half of users visit them using
multiple devices in the days leading up to
purchase.
For purchases completed on laptops &
desktops, 55% of buyers used at least one
additional devices to visit the same retailer
prior to purchase.
On mobile, 59-60% of buyers used an
additional device prior to purchasing on
their mobile.
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* Where the consumer has more than one device. Based on Criteo’s cross device product providing exact matches of
users across multiple devices.
Mobile is becoming the
purchase device for
cross-device shoppers
Mobile Share of Transactions Q3 2015
Cross-device purchasers are 3 times more
likely to use their mobile to complete a
transaction than the average.
60%
What does this mean? Increasingly
consumers are browsing on one device –
perhaps a work PC or home laptop – and
then finalizing that transaction when they
have their mobile in front of them.
The idea that the mobile is just a research
device is simply wrong.
We expect the fraction of cross device
transactions completed on mobile to grow
fast as shoppers get more and more
comfortable with completing purchases
while on the go.
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20%
ALL TRANSACTIONS
CROSS DEVICE
TRANSACTIONS
* Where the consumer has more than one device. Based on Criteo’s cross device product providing exact matches of
users across multiple devices.
Nearly one-third of
desktop sales now
involve mobile prior to
purchase
Devices used to visit retail site prior to purchase
MOBILE
ONLY
7%
Significant amount of cross device
transactions involve some mobile research
prior to the purchase event – 31% of
desktop transactions involve browsing
through at least a mobile prior to purchase.
MOBILE AND
DESKTOP
24%
That means for a single retailer, shoppers
are visiting the retailer’s desktop and
mobile browser sites when researching and
making a purchase.
DESKTOP ONLY
Mobile is omnipresent in the customer’s
path to purchase.
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68%
PURCHASED
ON DESKTOP
* Based on Criteo’s cross device product providing exact matches of users across multiple devices
#2
Apps can be your
highest performing
channel
Apps now generate at
least half of all mobile
sales for retailers who
have made their app
experience a priority*
Average App vs. Mobile Browser Share of Mobile Transactions for a
Single Retailer
RETAIL
TRAVEL
58%
49%
Retailers who have prioritized their mobile
app experience as a key revenue driver see
significant share of transactions via their
app.
For these retailers, apps generate 58% of
all mobile revenue.
Travel is slightly less at 49% of mobile
transactions.
It is important to note that many retailers
have not made this investment in apps, in
which case sales from apps are often
negligible.
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MOBILE
BROWSER
APPS
Source: Criteo analyzed transaction data from committed app retailers worldwide for the month of July 2015; *to be considered a
committed app retailer, a retailer had to have at least 25% of eCommerce transactions on a mobile device. Of those mobile
transactions, more than 10% are from mobile apps.
Apps convert visits to
sales better than the
desktop site
Apps convert at a higher rate than mobile
browser – by a factor of 3.7x in the case of
retail.
Mobile Retail Conversion Rates for Committed App Retailers*
RETAIL
More remarkably, apps convert twice as
high as the desktop for retail, and 1.6x
higher than the desktop for travel.
TRAVEL
1.6x
2.0x
In other words, apps are a better consumer
experience than any other technology.
1.7x
1.8x
MOBILE
BROWSER
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DESKTOP
APP
MOBILE
BROWSER
DESKTOP
APP
Source: Criteo analyzed transaction data from committed app retailers worldwide for the month of July 2015; *to be considered a
committed app retailer, a retailer had to have at least 25% of eCommerce transactions on a mobile device. Of those mobile
transactions, more than 10% are from mobile apps.
Apps work because
they make browsing
products fun, and
buying them easy
Apps deliver a 3.7x higher conversion rate
than mobile browser.
Conversion Funnel from landing on site
MOBILE BROWSER
Products viewed per user
APP
Products viewed per user
4.3
x3.5
Add-to-basket
x2.4
Add-to-basket
Purchase
x1.6
Purchase
CONVERSION RATE
3.7
CONVERSION RATE
14.4
This is driven by two main factors:
Browsing products is easy and fun on apps.
The mobile app experience is perfect for
swiping through visually appealing images.
As a result, the average user sees 14
products via the app, vs. 4 products on the
browser. Also, an app user is 2.4 times as
likely to add products into the basket.
It is also easier to complete a purchase,
leading to a purchase rate that is 1.6x
higher than via the mobile browser.
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Source: Criteo analyzed transaction data from committed app retailers worldwide for the month of July 2015; *to be considered a
committed app retailer, a retailer had to have at least 25% of eCommerce transactions on a mobile device. Of those mobile
transactions, more than 10% are from mobile apps.
Customer spend per
transaction is bigger
with apps than on the
desktop
Mobile Order Values Compared to $100 Spent on the Desktop for
Committed App Retailers*
Historically mobile has been considered to
have a low basket size compared to the
desktop. For mobile apps, this is not the
case.
Order value per transaction for apps is
higher than desktop and mobile browser $116 on app compared to $100 on desktop
and $91 on mobile browser. In other words,
customers are spending more per
transaction through the app than when
using the full-screen desktop experience.
$116
$91
$100
Even on mobile browser the transaction
size is only 9% smaller than on the
desktop.
MOBILE BROWSER
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DESKTOP
APP
Source: Criteo analyzed transaction data from committed app retailers worldwide for the month of July 2015; *to be considered a
committed app retailer, a retailer had to have at least 25% of eCommerce transactions on a mobile device. Of those mobile
transactions, more than 10% are from mobile apps.
#3
Smartphones are the
key for top quartile
retailers
Top quartile retailers
are utilizing mobile
better
Brazil Mobile Share of eCommerce Transactions
Over the last quarter, mobile commerce has
grown fast in Brazil.
The average retailer has seen their mobile
transaction share grow 35% from 14%
share to 19% share this quarter.
Top quartile retailers have grown mobile
transaction share 24% over the last
quarter, and now close to a third of all their
transactions are on mobile devices.
31%
14%
Q2 2015
19%
Q3 2015
AVERAGE
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25%
Q2 2015
Q3 2015
TOP QUARTILE
Smartphones continue
to displace tablets in
Brazil
The majority of mobile transactions in the
Brazil come from smartphones, increasing
to 77% this quarter.
Brazil Smartphone Share of Mobile Transactions
65%
73%
77%
As smartphone screens continue to grow,
they have gained share over tablets. This
suggests that consumers are increasingly
comfortable purchasing on smartphones.
SMARTPHONE
TABLET
22%
Q1 2015
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Q2 2015
Q3 2015
Top quartile retailers
are doing an even
better job on
smartphones
The top quartile retailer has optimized their
smartphone conversion rate and is two
times better than the average retailer. The
conversion rate for top retailers is 2.2%
while the conversion rate for the average is
1.9%.
Brazil Smartphone Conversion Rate
2.2%
1.9%
1.2x
AVERAGE
RETAILER
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TOP QUARTILE
RETAILER
Global Mobile
Commerce
Trends
Global mobile
transaction share is
at 35%
Mobile Share of Retail eCommerce Transactions
50%
mCommerce is now 35% of all eCommerce
transactions globally – based on an
accurate weighting of eCommerce market
size by country.
GLOBAL AVERAGE
35%
Brazil is at the back of the pack, which
suggests there is a lot of growth ahead.
The UK is now performing at Asia levels
with 46% of its ecommerce transactions
coming in from mobile.
Low penetration markets are growing very
fast.
0%
Countries with the highest mobile adoption
are fairly stable. As a result, cross-device
purchasing is likely to be the long-term
normal rather than a mobile-only world.
Q2 2015
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Q3 2015
Worldwide, cross
device purchasing is
50% of eCommerce
transactions
Cross-Device Share of Retail eCommerce Transactions*
70%
GLOBAL AVERAGE
50%
Brazil is among the world leaders in crossdevice purchases.
0%
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* Where the customer has more than one device. Based on Criteo’s Universal Match product providing exact matches of
users across multiple devices.
Smartphone continues
to dominate worldwide
Smartphone and Tablet Share of Retail eCommerce Transactions
50%
Across the globe, smartphone has a higher
share of mobile transactions than tablet.
Japan and South Korea see over 40% of
eCommerce transactions from
smartphones.
Tablets are still a bit bigger than phones in
the UK, Germany, France, Netherlands and
Russia. But globally smartphone growth is
much higher than tablet.
0%
SMARTPHONE
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TABLET
Brazil conversion rate
shows a lot of room for
improvement
The UK has a higher conversion rate than
Western countries, due to better usability
and customer experience on mobile
websites.
Retail Mobile Conversion Rates Compared to the U.S.
(Benchmarked at 100)
300%
Mobile conversion rates in Japan are
almost three times higher than the U.S.
UNITED STATES 100
0%
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What will the
future look like?
So what does the future hold?
We see four big trends:
• Growth in mCommerce is on a roll. By year-end, mobile share of eCommerce transactions is forecast to reach 33% in the U.S., and 40%
globally.
• Smartphones will continue to displace slower-growing tablets due to larger available screens. Apple is gaining ground on Android,
but both are winners vs. a shrinking desktop.
• Apps are the next frontier. Advertisers will start to significantly invest in their mobile app as a way to drive more conversions than desktop
and engage with their loyal customers.
• Dealing with cross-device behavior is the biggest challenge and opportunity for marketers in 2015. With half of transactions already
cross-device, marketers have to talk to people and no longer to devices.
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Mobile Commerce Report Methodology
Individual transaction data analyzed
Over 3,000 online retail and travel
businesses globally
How can marketers use this data?
Benchmark your performance on
relevant KPIs for your mobile browser,
mobile app and cross-device
channels
1.4 billion transactions per year
across both desktop and mobile sites
$160 billion in annual sales
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*Data analyzed is for customer browsing and shopping behavior in April 2015, across desktop and all mobile devices (including iPhone, iPad, and Android
smartphones and tablets)
Criteo delivers personalized performance marketing at an extensive scale.
Measuring return on post-click sales, Criteo makes ROI transparent and easy to
About Criteo
measure. Criteo has over 1,500 employees in 23 offices across the Americas,
Europe and Asia-Pacific, serving over 7,800 advertisers worldwide with direct
relationships with over 10,000 publishers.
Criteo ads reach over 1 billion unique Internet users (comScore, March 2015).
This and future Mobile Commerce reports can be found at:
www.criteo.com/resources/mobile-commerce-report/
Methodology – This reports findings come from individual transaction level data sourced solely from Criteo
based on a selection of around 3,000 online retail and travel businesses globally who have approximately
1.4 billion transactions per year on their desktop and mobile sites, resulting in approximately $160 billion
worth of annual sales. The data analyzed is for customer browsing and shopping behavior in July 2015,
across desktop and mobile (smartphone + tablet) devices including iPhone, iPad, and Android
smartphones and tablets.
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