Articles on online shopping behavior

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The current status of studies of online shopping attitudes and behavior is investigated through an analysis of 35 empirical articles found in nine primary Information Systems (IS) journals and We dove into consumer behavior research by surveying shoppers on what impacts the consumer buying process. Why do shoppers make purchases online? Why not? For those who do choose to shop online, how integrated into their daily lives has ecommerce become (spoiler alert: very!). An study of Factors Affecting on Online Shopping Behavior of Consumers Dr.Gagandeep Nagra*, Dr.R Gopal** * Associate Professor, Padmashree Dr. D.Y. Patil University Navi Mumbai’s Department ofBusiness Management, CBD Belapur, Navi Mumbai ** Director, Padmashree Dr D.Y. Patil University’s Department of Business Management, Navi Mumbai Most shoppers do not cite “lower prices” as their primary motivation for shopping the web, according to a new survey of over 1,000 consumers by Simon-Kucher & Partners, a global consultancy that counts retailers among its clients. According to the researchers, beauty and personal care products topped the shopping list for consumers in France (47 percent), the UK and Germany (46 percent), and the U.S. (38 percent). People of every age group use the internet to shop for CPG goods, but certain demographics are more likely than others to do so. The various factors like convenience in shopping, financial incentives, time saving, competitive prices, brand of product, and mobile app services are influencing the consumers’ behavior to shop online (Gupta & Khincha, 2015; Sharma & Khattri, 2013).

According to the researchers, beauty and personal care products topped the shopping list for consumers in France (47 percent), the UK and Germany (46 percent), and the U.S. (38 percent). People of every age group use the internet to shop for CPG goods, but certain demographics are more likely than others to do so.

Prices and shipping fees are the most important criteria influencing shopping decisions for more than 90% of respondents. Additionally, 77% cite shipping and other extra fees as the main reasons they would abandon their online shopping cart. For both mobile (63%) and desktop (53%) shoppers, Online Shopping Behavior: A Study of Factors Influencing Consumer Satisfaction on Online viz-a-viz Conventional Store Shopping: 10.4018/IJSKD.2016100102: Online shopping is a recent phenomenon in the field of E-Business with promising results indicating revolutionary change in shopping in the world. online shopping behavior. It is yet to understand what factors influence online shopping decision process. The objective of this study is to provide an overview of online shopping decision process by comparing the offline and online decision making and identifying the factors that motivate online customers to decide or not to decide to buy online. More than half (62%) of US consumers with Internet access now shop online at least once a month. More than 8 in 10 people (83%) are satisfied overall with their online shopping experiences. Check out our new infographic titled, “Online Consumer Shopping Habits and Behavior” to know more about buying New survey of U.S. consumers and other markets reveals accelerating trends in online CPG shopping. New Research Reveals More Consumers Are Shopping Online for Everyday Items. Marketing.

The studies on consumer’s perception on online shopping and other rented topic in the Indian context are limited as the online shopping has entered into the market only a few years only. The literatures so far reviewed relates to the studies conducted outside India especially in the United States where the online shopping is a big hit. As

from anywhere through online shopping' (Ko, et al., 2004; 20). 3. ONLINE SHOPPING AND CONSUMER BEHAVIOR With the emergence of the Internet, Internet-based electronic commerce developed and this environment provide individuals to reach information about products and services easily. Online shopping attitude refers to consumers™ psychological state in terms of makin g purchases on the Internet. There have been intensive studies of online shopping attitudes and behavior in recent years. Most of them have attempted to identify factors influencing or contributing to online shopping attitudes and behavior. Many Internet users avoid online shopping due to credit card fraud, privacy, non-delivery risk, post-purchase service, etc. Demographics factors such as age, family status, women’s occupation, individual and family income, etc. affect pricing, packaging, promotion and place decisions of online consumers. behavior in the field of online shopping. So it is important to analyze and identify the factors which influence consumers to shop online in order to capture the demands of consumers. 3 Other than the factors which influence consumers to shop online, online shopper’s demography in terms of Age, gender, income and education is equally An study of Factors Affecting on Online Shopping Behavior of Consumers Dr.Gagandeep Nagra*, Dr.R Gopal** * Associate Professor, Padmashree Dr. D.Y. Patil University Navi Mumbai’s Department ofBusiness Management, CBD Belapur, Navi Mumbai ** Director, Padmashree Dr D.Y. Patil University’s Department of Business Management, Navi Mumbai As of March 2019, Amazon has the most popular mobile shopping app in the United States, with a 77.3 percent reach among mobile users. The retailer also leads in number of monthly shopping app users. The studies on consumer’s perception on online shopping and other rented topic in the Indian context are limited as the online shopping has entered into the market only a few years only. The literatures so far reviewed relates to the studies conducted outside India especially in the United States where the online shopping is a big hit. As

These perceived risk and psychological factors also determents the consumers’ behavior towards online shopping. Thus, this study focuses on the online shopping factors effecting consumer’s behavior towards online shopping. There are many perceived risk and psychological factors involved in online shopping.

This research paper examines the relationship between various factors that affect the consumer behavior towards online shopping. Online shopping refers to the  Demographic profile of the respondents, awareness to online shopping, influence of product dimensions on Online Shopping Behaviour were the objectives. see the impact of different factors on consumers' online shopping behavior, the purpose Li & Zhang (2002) conducted a study based on 20 empirical articles.

Keywords: Online shopping, consumer attitude, consumer behavior, Web, empirical study of research articles to the period of January 1998 to February 2002.

The various factors like convenience in shopping, financial incentives, time saving, competitive prices, brand of product, and mobile app services are influencing the consumers’ behavior to shop online (Gupta & Khincha, 2015; Sharma & Khattri, 2013). These perceived risk and psychological factors also determents the consumers’ behavior towards online shopping. Thus, this study focuses on the online shopping factors effecting consumer’s behavior towards online shopping. There are many perceived risk and psychological factors involved in online shopping. from anywhere through online shopping' (Ko, et al., 2004; 20). 3. ONLINE SHOPPING AND CONSUMER BEHAVIOR With the emergence of the Internet, Internet-based electronic commerce developed and this environment provide individuals to reach information about products and services easily. Online shopping attitude refers to consumers™ psychological state in terms of makin g purchases on the Internet. There have been intensive studies of online shopping attitudes and behavior in recent years. Most of them have attempted to identify factors influencing or contributing to online shopping attitudes and behavior. Many Internet users avoid online shopping due to credit card fraud, privacy, non-delivery risk, post-purchase service, etc. Demographics factors such as age, family status, women’s occupation, individual and family income, etc. affect pricing, packaging, promotion and place decisions of online consumers. behavior in the field of online shopping. So it is important to analyze and identify the factors which influence consumers to shop online in order to capture the demands of consumers. 3 Other than the factors which influence consumers to shop online, online shopper’s demography in terms of Age, gender, income and education is equally

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