Do All Businesses Offer Their Full Product Line Online?

Nearly Half of U.S. B2B Businesses Offer their Full Product Line Online



Statistic Info

88% of B2B decision makers anticipate offering products in the next five years that will be primarily sold online.

More 2018 Stats

42% of U.S. Consumers Have Searched and Purchased Products or Services Online

More than Three-Quarters of Online Shoppers Would Like their Orders Shipped the Same Day

88% of Online Shoppers Will Use Webrooming to Find the Best Price

Peer-Created Content is the Least Likely to be Questioned. Overwhelmed Consumers Turn to Family, Peers, and Colleagues as the Most Trustworthy Content Sources

40% of US Males Aged 18-34 Say They Would “Ideally Buy Everything Online”

80% of Consumers Had a Better Perception of Retailers That Offered Mobile Coupons

7 Top Converting Companies Spend More than 5% of their Budgets on Optimization

You Have 10 Seconds to Leave An Impression and Tell Them What They’ll Get Out of Your Website and Company. After This Time (and Oftentimes Before), They’ll Leave

61% of Companies Run Five or Fewer Landing Page Tests Per Month

79% of Customers Order Online Via a Mobile Device

More eCommerce Strategy Stats

Average Click-thru Rate of Newsletter Campaigns from Ecommerce Stores to Customers is 4.6%

According to Nielson, 50% of Redeemed Mobile Coupons are Captured Directly from a Retailer’s Site by the Consumer

38% of People will Leave a Website if they find the Layout Unattractive

It’s Estimated that there will be 1.92 Billion Global Digital Buyers in 2019

Exit-Intent Campaigns Convert Between 2-4% of Abandoning Visitors

55% of Online Shoppers Tell Friends and Family When Dissatisfied with a Product or Company

50% of Total eCommerce Revenue Comes from Mobile

Image and Voice Activated Search May Make up 50% of all Searches by 2020

51% of Consumers Trust Companies Who Make It Easy for Visitors to Contact the People behind the Company

On Average, 52 Percent of Online Stores have Omnichannel Capabilities