Sixty-seven percent of online shopping was concentrated in retail and retail retailers, according to a survey conducted for the Argentine Confederation of Medium Enterprises (CAME) with items that rose by 50 percent annually.
Today, CAMA's Focus Market consultant has reported that the most selected items are household appliances, electronics and computers (30%), clothing and footwear (20%), drinks and dry food (11%), .
In addition to tourist services, which lead buyers to internet preferences, according to selected results, the most significant items recorded a growth of 50% year on year.
CAME's adviser and consultant, Damián Di Pace, stressed that "Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Dedicated to the Internal Market Found in Electronic Marketing as an Alternative to Reducing Sales" Until now this year.
According to CAME; in October retail sales of retail stores fell by 9.4% in comparison to the same month last year, measured in units, and in the first ten months of this year recorded a year-on-year drop of 4.9%.
Di Pace also explained that the second segment, which exploits the benefits of online marketing small and medium-sized companies devoted to selling on the outside market, exploiting the Exporta Simple system and competitive course.
Within this scheme, "there are small and mid-sized companies that dedicate most of their production to niche markets by turning micro-entrepreneurs into small exporters who host them on servers or regional search engines," he added.
The survey also showed that 41% selected credit cards as a means of payment, 28% billing billing platforms, 20% cash delivery, 10% debit on the web, and significant 1% with cryptic currencies.
About search media, 30% uses traditional search engines, 25% is social networking advice, 17% websites, and 13% are visiting specialized websites.
Finally, desirable delivery systems are concentrated in 56% of home delivery, 16% are withdrawn in the vendor's premises, and 13% through the selection or network of delivery points that are not related to the seller.