UK buyers: find them at home, sell them at work
Comscore released some interesting data this week from a research they performed on UK Internet users. They wanted to find out where and when UK Internet users are buying their online products.
Although only 25% of visits to the online retail category the workplace accounted for 36% percent of the transactions and 35% percent of all the money spent online. Though that means that in total more was spent at home, relatively more was spent in the workplace.
Comscore also looked at the websites which profited the most. Amazon UK were the most visited with 49.4 million visits in May 2009 followed by Apple.
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