Where Do You Choose To Shop?

59% of 16-36 year-olds Head to Amazon Before Any Other E-Commerce Website

Source
Inviqa

Year
2019

Statistic Info

I think we can all agree that Amazon is a top contender in the e-commerce market.

Again, it comes down to convenience. If a prospect can buy all the different items they need in the same place, they’ll do so.

To accommodate this trend, consider selling your products on Amazon.

You can even add a call-to-action button on your site that links to the item on Amazon.

Takeaway: To sell your products on Amazon, make the journey from your product page to the corresponding product page on Amazon as seamless as possible.

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