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80% of US consumers said that free shipping would make them more likely to buy online

85% of US online buyers expect regular communication about their order adfter been places and shipped. 

Around 30% of online consumers said they would buy again from a website they’ve purchesed from previously with a good experience (KPMG)

65% of US online buyers said that they would probebly not make a purchase if there is no return policy

Around 60% of US online buyers have abandoned a cart because “I was just browsing/not ready to buy.”

You could fix the top main issues by offering free shipping, offer best prices possibale and set auto reminder email to users with account.

 

From almost 75% of Americans are online buyers. More than 50% of them have made purchases on mobile devices vs desktop.

Ecommerce businesses to Business (B2B) on Bing Shopping convert clicks into actions at an average rate of 15.00% or more!

To convert Google shoppers higher rate than Bing: The average Google Shopping  is $38.85, the average Bing Shopping is only $23.00

Both! There Are More Than 254 Million Active PayPal Accounts in The World (Statista). Users With PayPal, prospects can buy products online without having to pull out their card which simplifies the checkout process. 42% of online shoppers still would prefer to pay with their credit card. 

  • eCommerce sales made up around 10% of total U.S. retail sales in the third quarter of 2018. (U.S. Census Bureau, 2018)
  • 69% of Americans say they’ve purchased an item online. (NPR/Marist, 2018)
  • 25% of adults in the U.S. purchase an item online at least once a month. (NPR/Marist, 2018)
  • 58% of American adults have purchased clothing or shoes online. (NPR/Marist, 2018)
  • 22% of total apparel sales took place online in 2018. (The Atlantic, 2019)
  • 20% of global grocery sales will take place online by 2020, reaching $100 billion in sales along the way. (Forbes, 2018)
  • Only 56% of online shoppers say they still appreciate the in-person experience over digital retailers. (NPR/Marist, 2018)
  • U.S. online shoppers spent $126 billion over the 2018 holiday season. (Reuters, 2019)
  • Online holiday spend in the U.S. increased 16.5% between 2017 and 2018. (Reuters, 2019)
  • Mobile devices made up 51% of retail traffic in the 2018 holiday season. (Reuters, 2019)