The highest service revenues in the online trading were 2011 in Germany generated about airline tickets, followed by travel packages and event tickets. Amazon has the edge in German online retail front the leading website in the online trading and in relation to the number of online buyers in Germany, Amazon.de was 2011. “Also in terms of online sales Amazon.de had followed the nose forward, by Otto.de, which in August 2012 a virtual locker room” introduced. Many competitors in the German online market is also more and more aimed at mobile buyers. Visit the site Weltbild.de who became second largest online bookstore in Germany – in the summer of every tenth visitor from a mobile device. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from The Related Companies. The company Bon Prix 2011 recorded a very strong growth in mobile online trading, which has led to large investments in this sales area in 2012. The report “Germany B2C E-Commerce report 2012” presented by yStats.com from Hamburg the development of the German online trade shows that Germans like to order clothes, pay by invoice and often buy from Amazon.de and Otto.de.
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