Amazon: top 5 URLs 2018

Amazon.com, Inc. operates several websites for the regional distribution of their goods. Comparing the sales volume of the different websites, it is obvious that amazon.com with US$ 74.7 billion sales is the dominant URL. The turnover of amazon.com is about 5.8 times as big as that of amazon.de, which with US$ 12.8 billion turnover is the second largest website of Amazon.com Inc. followed by amazon.co.uk, amazon.co.jp and amazon.fr.

Amazon Mobile

The online retailer does not only lead in terms of desktop retailing but has also taken to mobile commerce. Amazon Mobile is one of the most popular retail apps in the United States. The Amazon smartphone app is also the second-most popular purchase channel of Amazon buyers in the United States. 

Amazon Prime

Amazon also offers Amazon Prime, an annually paid membership offering free two-day shipping in the United States as well as discounted one-day shipping rates, which current users regard as one of the key reasons for subscribing to the service. Amazon Prime has since opened to other countries and has also expanded to offer instant streaming of selected movies and television shows through Amazon Instant Video and music. According to a survey of Prime households, Amazon Prime Video was the most popular value-added digital service, followed by music and e-book rentals. The average annual Amazon shopping expenditure of Amazon Prime members was found to be 1,400 U.S. dollars on the online shopping platform every year, compared to 600 U.S. dollars spending of non-Prime members. The most popular product categories of Amazon Prime shoppers in the United States were electronics and physical books, followed by e-books and personal care products.

Most popular Amazon URLs 2018, by e-commerce net Sales

E-commerce revenue in million U.S. dollars
amazon.com 74,738
amazon.de 12,868
amazon.co.uk 9,401
amazon.co.jp 8,951
amazon.fr 3,660
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Source

Release date

December 2019

Region

United States

Survey time period

2019

Supplementary notes

The e-commerce market encompasses the sale of physical goods via a digital channel to a private end user (B2C). Incorporated in this definition are purchases via desktop computer (including notebooks and laptops) as well as purchases via mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. 

The following are not included in the e-commerce market: digitally distributed services (e.g. travel tickets), online stores dedicated to digital media downloads or streams as well as online stores dedicated to B2B markets nor sales between private persons (C2C). Market volume, market growth and all monetary figures at store level refer to the annual e-commerce net sales after the deduction of returns.

For more information please visit our methodology page on ecommerceDB.com.

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