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55 Percent Of Online Shoppers Start Their Product Searches On Amazon (recode.net)

Posted by msmash on Wednesday September 28, 2016 @10:45AM from the how-you-buy-stuff dept.
Another year, another data point showing Amazon has surpassed Google as the default search engine for shopping, a report on Recode reads. Fifty-five percent of people in the U.S. now start their online shopping trips on Amazon.com, according to results from a 2,000-person survey commissioned by the e-commerce startup BloomReach. That stat marks a 25 percent increase from the same survey last year, when 44 percent of online shoppers said they turned to Amazon first. From the report: Over the same time, the percentage of shoppers who start product searches on search engines like Google dropped from 34 percent to 28 percent. The number of online shoppers who check out a retailerâ(TM)s website (other than Amazon) first also shrunk, from 21 percent to 16 percent.

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