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The Growth of Online Shops

 
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marilet7273



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PostPosted: Mon Feb 22, 2016 2:12 am    Post subject: The Growth of Online Shops Reply with quote

In just a few years, the internet has transformed human trends significantly with online product shops such as my dealer source (http://mydealersource.com/) leading the way.
As a matter of fact, such sites have turned humans into a buying mode. Indeed, e-commerce, despite having undergone ups and downs in the past years is increasingly present in the business landscape. Today, online annual sales volume is estimated at over $22 trillion making e-commerce an indispensable tool for contemporary businesses.
Further, a majority of households globally currently have access to and use internet as an avenue for shopping. As a matter of fact, it is estimated that over 25% of internet users buy products on the Web, while over 50% claim to use the internet to be informed before buying a product in store. This use of increasingly systematic Internet in decision making of consumers ensures that traders make more use of this tool.
Today, it is estimated that over 55% of retailers have a website with a majority also selling via the web. However, as business activities on the web, whether transactional or informational, continues to grow, it is clear that the sites for consumers do not always meet their expectations.
As a matter of fact, the higher number of online orders that are left unfinished are mainly attributed to unsatisfactory websites. While having an online presence and offer for low prices seemed to be conditions to ensure the success, the real success factors include ability to complete transactions online, respecting delivery times, efficient delivery of products, prompt response to emails, and adequate/accessible information.
Ultimately though, like the traditional stores such as mydealersource.com, service quality of commercial websites seems to play a key role in the success and survival of websites.
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SharrySteve1



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PostPosted: Sat Mar 05, 2016 4:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well I agree with your assertion and what you have talked about. The points are all valid. It is estimated that over 55% of retailers have a website with a majority also selling via the web. However, as business activities research on the web, whether transactional or informational, continues to grow, it is clear that the sites for consumers do not always meet their expectations.
As a matter of fact, the higher number of online orders that are left unfinished are mainly attributed to unsatisfactory websites. While having an online presence and offer for low prices seemed to be conditions to ensure the assignment success, the real success factors include ability to complete transactions online, respecting delivery times, efficient delivery of products, prompt response to emails and writing , and adequate/accessible information.
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