When it comes to the US ecommerce market, Amazon is leaving the competition in the dust. This year, the online shopping juggernaut will capture 49.1% of the market.
Americans spent 22.6 billion minutes on Amazon during December 2017, more than the combined total spent on the rest of the top 10 e-commerce retailers (16.6 billion).
More respondents turn to Google (85%) than to Amazon (72%) to help them find product ideas and information before making a purchase.
Millennials participate in many aspects of the sharing economy at a greater level than older respondents.
This infographic from SSLs.com highlights some of the milestones of internet history, from the first email to the first eCommerce transaction to the first tweet.
Amazon edges Microsoft as the most influential brand on social media by Klout’s scale.
There has always been some degree of concern over digital privacy and personal data, but until recently, consumer attitudes had remained relatively steady.
Walmart is not only North America’s most valuable brand, it’s the world’s.
Thanks to a sizable advantage in conversion metrics, the desktop promises to be a key player throughout this decade.
Neo-Sharers are those who have in the past year used at least one of several emergent sharing services, such as Etsy, Arbnb and Kickstarter.