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E-commerce revenue in the U.S. has gone up by ten percent as compared to the same period last year. Because of this data, the U.S. Department of Commerce would do well to follow the e-commerce trend.
The data are the latest from a Custora Pulse survey that tracks e-commerce transaction ins over a hundred U.S. retailers and over seventy million shoppers. Transaction rose by twelve percent from the previous year, indicating a trend wherein more people are turning to mobile and the internet for their shopping needs.
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Likewise, mobile e-commerce continued strong growth for February, going from fourteen percent to nineteen point five percent. This increase mobile’s share of e-commerce trading rose to as high as forty-five percent throughout twenty-three percent; mobile shares include transaction made from mobile smart phones and tablets.
The growing trend looks to be caused by a shift in buying attitude, as there weren’t any significant changes made to the structure of any of the online retailers surveyed.