According to iResearch,Chinese online transaction market scale reached 352.1 billion yuan (USD 57.52 billion), with a year-on-year increase of 36.6%. B2C has surpassed 30%, increasing 10% compared to last year. Tmall is leading B2C market, with 51.3% online market share in Q2, while Jingdong tops independent sales B2C market with 43.4% share.
According to Hitwise, Jingdong is the most visited B2C website with over 462 million visits, who also had the fastest month-on-month growth of 30%.
According to the mobile shopping market quarterly monitoring report for Q4 2012, released by Enofodesk, China mobile shopping market reached 19.6 billion yuan (USD 3.15 billion). In 2012, the mobile shopping market reached 60.05 billion yuan (USD 9.66 billion), among which Taobao alone accounted for 80%. Recalling China mobile shopping market performance in 2012, market concentration is […]
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China’s first quarter online shopping transactions was 228.2 billion yuan, down 0.8% over the previous quarter but up 40.9% over the same period last year.
7.7% of clicks on Sina Weibo shortened links went to Taobao last month, followed by Tudou, YouKu and Baidu.
According to iResearch, the fastest growing B2C website in 2011 by total number of orders is womai.com (owned by China National Cereals, Oils and Foodstuffs Corporation; or, COFCO), followed by vjia.com (owned by VANCL) and yaodian100.com.