Welcome to the 94th Week in eCommerce Data, where Friday begins with a dose of ecommerce data. In this week’s roundup, slowing ecommerce transactions, possible Twitter costs, and Shopify takeovers. Plus, other ecommerce news from elsewhere!
Key ecommerce data
in ecommerce transactions around the world when compared to 2021, while in-store sales rose by 10%, signaling the rebalancing of retail as we continue to emerge from the pandemic.
the current price for businesses to be on Twitter, although Elon Musk hints at the possibility of businesses paying a small price to continue using the platform.
the price tag that Shopify will pay for the logistics start-up Deliverr, as the ecommerce platform sees its stocks dip 17% after its Q1 results were below par.
will lose trust in a brand if they experience an unsatisfactory experience.
engage in video streaming, the most engaging activity among consumers, followed by 45% engaged in social media browsing.
the projected value of B2B ecommerce by 2028, which represents an annual growth of 18%.
in Etsy’s Q1 earnings compared to the same time last year, as only 1% of sellers on the online marketplace went on strike in April to protest the 30% increase in transaction fees.
have declared that cross-border ecommerce is a high priority for their organizations during 2022.