Ecommerce Sales

Consumers are getting more comfortable every year with purchasing online or through their mobile phones. How much of that purchasing is through ecommerce? eMarketer reports and forecasts include data and statistics on total retail sales, (including growth, and penetration figures) for retail ... ecommerce and retail mcommerce, and each category can be broken out by country, region or by company. eMarketer tracks ecommerce sales on Amazon, including its retail ecommerce sales, Amazon direct sales and Amazon Marketplace sales. Other companies tracked include Apple, Best Buy, Costco, eBay, Home Depot, Macy's, QVC, Walmart and Wayfair. eMarketer's reports, charts, interviews and forecasts provide you with data and insights to answer a variety of questions such as:Show More ▼
  • What percentage of total retail sales are online?
  • How much is ecommerce worth?
  • What percentage of online sales is Amazon?

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Dollar Stores Continue to Endure the Retail Apocalypse, for Now

Dollar Stores Continue to Endure the Retail Apocalypse, for Now

Oct 29, 2019

In a record year for US retail store closures, dollar stores are thriving. Not only are major players opening a significant number of new locations, but more consumers are regularly shopping for groceries at dollar stores than any other time in the past five years. But dollar stores, which have been praised as survivors of the ongoing retail apocalypse, could face new pressure from Amazon come 2020.

Click-and-Collect Will Surge This Holiday Season

Click-and-Collect Will Surge This Holiday Season

Oct 28, 2019

If Amazon is poised to gain share in the first half of the final week before Christmas, click-and-collect orders will tip the scales in the direction of big-box merchants during the second half of that week.

Online Grocery’s Hockey Stick Growth Led by Walmart and Amazon Surge

Online Grocery’s Hockey Stick Growth Led by Walmart and Amazon Surge

Oct 24, 2019

Consumers’ desire for affordability and convenience has bolstered demand for online grocery. And as heavy hitters continue to roll out offerings—like Walmart's buy online pick up in-store (BOPUS) and "InHome Delivery" options, as well as Amazon's "Key for Garage" and same-day shipping—their respective double-digit growth speaks for itself.