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).
Nearly two-thirds of mobile moms have researched over-the-counter medications online via smartphone.
Nike holds on to the top spot this year in Moosylvania’s survey, beating out Apple and Samsung.
Buoyed by a 27% year-over-year increase in domestic sales, Amazon rose a couple of spots to crack the top 10 retailers by US sales.
Jeep’s leading score of 98% (for the second consecutive year) means that it almost fully meets consumers’ emotional ideal for patriotism in the auto category.
Walmart is not only North America’s most valuable brand, it’s the world’s.
This chart shows search volume from 2004 to present for Target, Walmart, Kmart and Kohls Black Friday search traffic.
On the release of the weekly ad, traffic spikes for Walmart and Target.
Among those who researched a product while at Best Buy, twice as many ended up purchasing the item at Target (20%) as did at Amazon (10%).