U.S. annual desktop e-commerce sales 2002-2014

Annual desktop e-commerce sales in the United States from 2002 to 2014 (in billion U.S. dollars)

U.S. annual desktop e-commerce sales 2002-2014 The statistic shows U.S. e-commerce sales from 2000 to 2014. Desktop e-commerce sales amounted to 359 billion U.S. dollars in 2014, the majority of which were accumulated through retail e-commerce sales that year.
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Online retail in the United States is a strong sector of the U.S. e-commerce market with constantly growing sales. With an annual average compound growth rate of 13.47 percent, e-commerce sales in the United States are close to reaching several hundred billion dollars, up from 117 billion U.S. dollars over a decade ago in 2004. E-commerce sales are usually divided into the business-to-consumer segments of online travel and online retail sales with the latter accounting for the majority of U.S. e-commerce revenue.

The prevalence of e-commerce sales has lead to changes and competition in pricing as consumers are now able to gather information about the best deals. Online shopping has also lead to showrooming where customers check out a product in-store and then shop for a cheaper price online. Many brick and mortar stores have subsequently adopted an online price-matching strategy and furthermore encourage consumers to shop at the stores’ retail sites instead of e-commerce companies such as Amazon.
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Annual desktop e-commerce sales in the United States from 2002 to 2014 (in billion U.S. dollars)

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Sales in billion U.S. dollars
200272
200393
2004117
2005143
2006171
2007200
2008214
2009209
2010228
2011256
2012289
2013322
2014359
Sales in billion U.S. dollars
200272
200393
2004117
2005143
2006171
2007200
2008214
2009209
2010228
2011256
2012289
2013322
2014359
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The statistic shows U.S. e-commerce sales from 2000 to 2014. Desktop e-commerce sales amounted to 359 billion U.S. dollars in 2014, the majority of which were accumulated through retail e-commerce sales that year.
Online retail

Online retail in the United States is a strong sector of the U.S. e-commerce market with constantly growing sales. With an annual average compound growth rate of 13.47 percent, e-commerce sales in the United States are close to reaching several hundred billion dollars, up from 117 billion U.S. dollars over a decade ago in 2004. E-commerce sales are usually divided into the business-to-consumer segments of online travel and online retail sales with the latter accounting for the majority of U.S. e-commerce revenue.

The prevalence of e-commerce sales has lead to changes and competition in pricing as consumers are now able to gather information about the best deals. Online shopping has also lead to showrooming where customers check out a product in-store and then shop for a cheaper price online. Many brick and mortar stores have subsequently adopted an online price-matching strategy and furthermore encourage consumers to shop at the stores’ retail sites instead of e-commerce companies such as Amazon.
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