LOS ANGELES, CA, Oct 12, 2020, ZEXPRWIRE, – This year more than ever shoppers will be buying online. Some famous retailers have even announced they are not having a Black Friday sale this year. In the past few decades, online shopping has gone from being non-existent to becoming a multibillion-dollar industry. Buying things online has become a common practice among millions of people around the world.
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In 2018, an estimated 1.8 billion people worldwide purchased goods online (Statista, 2018). In the same year, global e-retail sales amounted to $2.8 trillion. If that isn’t enough to blow you away, projections show that global e-retail sales are going to grow to up to $4.8 trillion by 2021. The growth of online shopping is simply impressive. And it doesn’t seem like it’s going to slow down any time soon. Which is good news for you, whether you’re an online buyer or an online seller.
The reason for choosing online shopping could vary from convenience to competitive prices. In addition to that, online businesses are trying their best to make sure that the experience of online shopping matches in-person shopping experiences.
There’s no doubt that online shopping is quickly evolving and in the coming years, we’ll be seeing further development. If businesses want to survive in the competitive landscape that is today, they can’t afford to ignore online marketing.