Global survey taps e-shoppers’ preferences
Online businesses worldwide are missing out on $6.1bn in sales because of a combination of abandoned purchase attempts and lack of access to their sites via TV, mobile phones and other digital equipment. This is one of several key findings in a landmark survey of Internet shoppers in the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan, Sweden, France and Germany. Jules Abend, contributing editor for Bobbin, reports.
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