US Cross-Border Online Shoppers
Tapping Into US Demand For International Products
February 23, 2010
Why Read This Report
While the overwhelming majority of online shoppers in the US purchase only from domestic Web sites, more than one-quarter have bought items from online retailers based outside of the US. Among consumers ages 18 to 24, the figure goes up to one-third who have bought from non-US sites. Which categories have proven to be popular with cross-border online shoppers in the US? What are the reasons why some consumers are purchasing cross-border and others are not? This report will look at the behavior of cross-border online shoppers in the US and identify how online retailers based outside of the country can effectively tap into US consumer demand.
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- Products Purchased Most Frequently From Non-US Online Retailers
- Reasons Consumers Purchase From Non-US Online Retailers
- Reasons Consumers Do Not Purchase From Non-US Online Retailers