Top 9 eCommerce Companies in the United States (USA)

Top 9 eCommerce Companies in the United States (USA)

Top 9 eCommerce Companies in the United States (USA)

eCommerce is one of the most popular ways to do business in the United States. There are a lot of great eCommerce companies in this country, and it can be hard to know which ones are the best. That’s why we put together a list of the 9 best eCommerce companies in the United States. These companies represent the best of the best when it comes to online retail sales. Whether you’re looking for a new eCommerce provider or just interested in what’s out there, this list is a great place to start.

Suppose you’re considering starting your own eCommerce business. In that case, the good news is that there are many successful eCommerce companies throughout the United States (U.S.A.) to get inspiration from and businesses to partner with.

Top eCommerce Companies in the USA:

The Top 9 Ecommerce Companies in the United States (U.S.A.) are:

1) Amazon:

Amazon had a very interesting beginning that changed the world of business forever. First, Bezos created an ‘online bookstore,’ which was different from anything else at the time because there were no other bookstores that sold all their items on the internet.

Amazon started as an online bookstore and only recently expanded into other areas such as electronics, toys, apparel, and video games. Amazon has been a major disruptive force in the retail space as it has grown exponentially over the years. The company now accounts for roughly 40% of e-commerce sales in the United States, which is equivalent to $80 billion dollars. In 2013 alone, Amazon sold over 34 billion items worldwide.

2) eBay:

eBay is an online eCommerce company that lets you buy and sell virtually anything. The site facilitates around 80 million purchases per year, generating approximately $20 billion in commerce volume. eBay was also the original catalyst for developing the online auctioning market that has now become a global phenomenon.

eBay’s business strategy has evolved significantly over its history in order to adapt to changes in technology and user needs. Initially, eBay was simply a place to buy rare items, including collectibles, through an auction model. However, over time this shifted towards fixed-price sales when users realized they could list items themselves at their prices instead of having to bid on them with no certainty of winning.

3) Etsy:

Etsy.com is an online marketplace for buying and selling arts, crafts, vintage goods, and other unique products. Etsy operates as a member-run cooperative where anyone can sell their goods, set up their shops, and establish relationships with buyers (Etsy Inc., 2011).

4) Wayfair:

Wayfair is an online retailer of home goods. The company was founded in 2002 by three co-founders, Niraj Shah, Steve Conine, and Richard Warby. Its headquarters are located in Boston, Massachusetts.

The company originally started to help the founders buy furniture for their college apartments. They then began creating a free platform that would allow people to list items for sale online. From that point, Wayfair has expanded into the largest e-commerce destination for home furnishings across the nation.

5) Walmart:

Walmart eCommerce Company is the world’s largest online retailer with more than $13 billion in annual revenue. Headquartered in San Bruno, California, Walmart eCommerce employs approximately 44,000 employees worldwide and operates regional headquarters in China, Brazil, India, and Japan.

6) Jet.com:

Today, Jet.com is an eCommerce company that offers low prices on millions of items when customers shop in groups and pay in one seamless checkout process. The story of Jet began in October 2015 when it was founded by Mike Hanrahan (co-founder & CTO), Nate Faust (VP Corp Dev.), and Marc Lore (Founder & CEO).

7) Newegg:

NEWEGG eCommerce Company is the world’s largest online-only tech retailer. Selling computer hardware, software, networking equipment, and other products through the internet at www.newegg.com, NEWEGG provides consumers with an extensive product offering (over 6 million products), low everyday prices that are constantly updated, and award-winning customer service.

8) Sears Home Services:

Sears Home Services uses Shopify as our front-end website platform, and we manage all back-end operations through ServiceMax, an enterprise work management system that SHS uses in-house.

9) Kohl’s:

Kohl’s eCommerce Company is a subsidiary of Kohl’s that sells online. It was launched in July 2017 and has been doing well since. Their current yearly revenue stands at 2.4 billion USD, with a 77 million USD net income.

Conclusion:

The eCommerce industry is always changing. In order to stay on top of the trends, it’s essential to know what other companies are doing so you can improve your company strategy. This article reviews nine different U.S.-based e-commerce retailers that have seen huge success in recent years and provides a brief overview of their strengths and weaknesses for digital marketers looking for inspiration or new ideas to apply at home. Have any thoughts about these companies? What does this list say about where the future might be headed? Leave us a comment below.

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