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September 3, 2014
Chris Crum The E-Commerce Categories Growing The Fastest
By Chris Crum
Nielsen says online purchase intention rates for over half of the twenty-two consumer product categories it measures have doubled between 2011 and 2014. The categories seeing the highest growth are ebooks, event tickets, computer software, sporting goods, toys and dolls, music, videos/DVDs/games, baby supplies, flowers, cars, alcoholic drinks, and pet-related products.

Half of people surveyed, the firm says, plan on buying clothing or making an airline or hotel reservation using an online device within the next six months.

Not as many people are buying groceries or other consumable products online, it says, but there there is growth in that area. Here’s a chart looking at the changes over the past three years [...]

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