E-commerce Continues to Grow While In-store Sales Stay Flat

by BANG! Website Design • August 25, 2015

In the 2nd Quarter of 2015 multiple  retailers saw 17% increases in on-line E-commerce sales even though in-store sales were flat or even declined.

InternetRetailer.com published three stories today profiling how E-commerce is continuing to grow. The first story featured BestBuy.com where on-line sales in the 2nd Quarter of 2015 totaled 676 Million dollars an increase of 17% over the same period in 2014. E-commerce sales account for just 8.6% of the retailers total sales, however in-store, brick and mortar sales were flat. Best Buy attributed the increase in Web sales to more traffic and higher conversion rates than in the past.

In the 2nd story, InternetRetailer.com shared The Buckle's 2nd quarter increases of 17% in E-commerce sales while they had a decrease of nearly 2% in in-store sales when comparing 2015 to 2014. E-commerce sales accounted for 8.5% of total sales for the retailer in the 2nd Quarter of 2015.

InternetRetailer.com also released a 3rd story that showed Online photo service Shutterfly increased 2nd Quarter 2015 sales by 15.5%.

These stories once again point out that for retailers, that the future is on-line E-commerce sales as it's the only platform showing growth.

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