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

58% of the Top 1000 US Online Retailers Send Welcome Emails

At the Average Abandonment Rate of 68%, Ecommerce Sites Could be Losing $3 Billion a Year, if not more

48% of People Cited That a Websites Design is the No. 1 Factor in Determining the Credibility of a Business

4 in 10 Purchases are Made Using Only an Online Channel for Searching and Buying

64% of B2B Marketers Generate Leads via LinkedIn

Only 16% of Landing Pages don’t have Navigation Bars

On Average 29% of B2B Customers are Fully Engaged

Amazon Reports that Echo Sales Increased by 700% in 2017 over 2016, and Competing Devices Proliferated

Email Was Still the Go-to Demand Gen Channel for 67% of Marketers, but Search Grew by Almost 10% from Last Year (Moving from 41% to 50%), and Online Ads Climbed 5% (Moving from 16% to 21%)

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

More eCommerce Strategy Stats

There are Expected to be 600,000 Commercial Drones in use by 2018, and Almost Half of Americans would be Willing to Receive Deliveries by Drone

50% of Total eCommerce Revenue Comes from Mobile

8% of Online Shoppers Engage in a Live Chat Conversation before Placing an Order

81% of Shoppers Research their Product Online before Purchasing

28% Shoppers Abandon Carts because of Unexpected Shipping Costs

Mobile Shopping Hit $2 Billion on Cyber Monday

65 Percent of Shoppers Look up Price Comparisons on their Mobile Device While in a Physical Store

Americans Spend 36% of their Shopping Budget Online

80% of Respondents Said They Had Stopped Doing Business with a Company Because of a Poor Customer Experience

As of Q2 2018, 2.86 Percent of E-Commerce Website Visits Converted into Purchases