The phrase e-Commerce is synonymous with online shopping and if this is what you are looking for then you're going to need a Mammoth.

We have three Mammoths to choose from, each offering the ability to get you online and trading as efficiently and effectively as possible. Let's not forget the Social Media side of things - we have a Mammoth for that too.

Before you get down to choosing your Mammoth, we have some interesting detail for you below.

It would also be useful to read the following articles: Affiliate Website Guide; Marketing Affiliate Websites; Managing Your Affiliate Website

Wikipedia has a useful and somewhat informative timeline which makes for some very interesting reading. Regardless of your thoughts, you almost certainly contributed to the Worldwide Retail  Global E-commerce transactions generate $29.267 Trillion for 2017

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"...offers you the means to purchase goods online from wherever you are at the crucial moment when you decide a purchase is imminent."

An interesting point: E-commerce markets are growing at noticeable rates. The online market is expected to grow by 56% in 2015–2020.

In 2017, retail e-commerce sales worldwide amounted to 2.3 trillion US dollars and e-retail revenues are projected to grow to 4.88 trillion US dollars in 2021..

With all this drive in e-commerce, now is the right time to stake your claim for a slice of this lucrative sector.

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Decade Description
1970s–1980s Very basic systems of electronic commerce emerge. The use of new technologies electronic funds transfer (EFT) and electronic data interchange (EDI). Used by a relatively small amount of people.
1980s–1990s During this time period, ATM Machines and Credit cards laid down the foundation for the growing world of e-commerce. The Boston Computer Exchange and Minitel become among some of the first most notable e-commerce platforms in the world.
1990s–2000s The advent of the World Wide Web opened the door for many new e-commerce services to have a global scope. Services like Amazon.com and EBay were some of the most notable e-commerce websites to be released during this time period.
2000s–2010s Hundreds of e-commerce services emerge such as:

2014 US e-commerce and Online Retail sales projected to reach $294 billion, an increase of 12 percent over 2013 and 9% of all retail sales. Alibaba Group has the largest Initial public offering ever, worth $25 billion.
2015 Amazon.com accounts for more than half of all e-commerce growth, selling almost 500 Million SKU's in the US.
2017 Retail e-commerce sales across the world reaches $2.304 trillion, which was a 24.8 percent increase than previous year.

Global e-commerce transactions generate $29.267 trillion, including $25.516 trillion for business-to-business (B2B) transactions and $3.851 trillion for business-to-consumer (B2C) sales.

 

UK Business Insider

http://uk.businessinsider.com

"The UK has greenlit a $300 million rescue package to stop thousands of startups collapsing during COVID-19

  • The UK government will launch a £500 million co-investment fund for startups struggling to survive COVID-19.
  • Half that cash will be the government money issued via convertible notes, with the private sector expected to match funding on a deal-by-deal basis.
  • Business Insider reported in March that startup backers were seeking up to £300 million in rescue funds for early-stage startups."

The UK's Online Retail Association

https://www.imrg.org

"First Month Under Lockdown Sends Online Clothing Sales Spiralling

15/04/2020

In a month where Spring buying would typically set in, online clothing sales were down -23.1% Year-on-Year (YoY), according to the latest IMRG Capgemini Online Retail Index, which tracks the online sales performance of over 200 retailers.

"Online sales growth for clothing was down -23.1% Year-on-Year (YoY) in March

  • Overall growth was also down -5.1% YoY, however up +2.6% Month-on-Month (MoM)
  • Despite a disappointing start to the year, March’s results still fell far below the 12-, 6- and 3-month rolling averages (+4.5%, +6.7% and -2.1% respectively)
  • Last month saw multichannel retailers outperform online only for the first time since April 2019 – recording a dip of just -4.0% vs. -5.5% YoY"