Coming after last year’s stellar results, where Amazon’s fourth quarter net sales jumped 20-percent over the previous year’s, the online retailer continued to expand its share of online visits among the top 15 retail sites in the U.S., growing its first-place position to 21.9-percent of all visits in January compared to 18.8-percent in November of 2018.
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Total visits to the retail sites ranked by comScore increased by 68,000 over the prior month as the holiday shopping season kicked off in November. Retailer Kohl’s enjoyed a significant boost as it jumped to 6th place from 11th place in October, while Walmart saw a 1-percent increase in its share of all visits to the top 15 sites over the previous month.
What: We looked at the top 15 online retail sites visited by Hispanic shoppers in the US in September of this year and how they scored in numbers of visitors. Why it matters: Target suffered a near 2% drop in September in its share of online shoppers among the 15 top visited sites by Hispanics […]
What: There’s an opportunity for online video to drive Hispanic media, as, on average, Hispanics watch more online videos compared to the U.S. consumer. Cisco forecasts that by 2016 two-thirds of mobile traffic will be video viewing, and approximately 70% of advertising spending targeting Hispanics is spent in television. Why it matters: There’s such high […]