If you’re not a mall shopper, it might not make sense to shop online.
But for those who are, it may make sense.
According to the International Trade Association, online shopping is becoming more popular among international buyers.
According the industry, online shoppers spent $9.6 billion online in 2015.
More than 70 percent of that was online shopping.
The association also reported that online shoppers have more disposable income than the average American consumer.
And for those shopping online, they are often less expensive than they would be if they were shopping in the physical retail store.
So what’s the big deal?
Well, it’s not as if you’re shopping for shoes, suits, or accessories in a mall.
According to the trade association, online consumers are less likely to shop in retail stores.
The reason for this is that online retailers are able to offer more variety in their products.
For example, online retailers may offer more than one color of shoe or jacket, but they are not restricted to only one color.
According To the Association, shoppers can browse hundreds of thousands of products online.
According the Association website, online buyers may browse products ranging from clothing to electronics.
Online shopping also gives retailers the ability to reach a wider audience.
The trade association said that, compared to brick-and-mortar retail, online purchases are easier for consumers.
As an example, the association reported that the online shopping market in the United States grew by 40 percent during 2015.
And the number of consumers shopping online grew by 36 percent during the same time period.
In fact, in 2015, the average shopper spent $3,971.71 online, which was up 25 percent from $3.1 billion in 2014.
This means that the average customer spent more than $20,000 online during the year.
But online shoppers are not the only ones making online shopping a more viable option.
According a report by The Wall Street Journal, online companies such as Amazon and eBay are also growing rapidly.
The online shopping business is growing at an astounding rate, with sales of goods ranging from shoes to cars.
In 2016, the online retailer Amazon sold more than 3 million pairs of shoes, according to Business Insider.
And in 2015 the online auction house eBay sold more shoes than the entire US economy.
And the growth of online shopping has made it more convenient.
According a report from the International Monetary Fund, online commerce has brought more than 70 million new jobs since 2010.
The number of new jobs created by online commerce also increased by nearly 100 percent between 2009 and 2015.
Online retailers such as Walmart have also seen a huge growth in their sales, as they have become a major source of profit for the companies.
The report noted that online retailing has also helped bring down prices for the average consumer.
According TOO, the annual sales of the top online retailers decreased by about 9 percent during 2016.
According TOO the number fell by 6 percent in 2015 and by about 1 percent in 2014 and 2015, while the number rose by about 10 percent in 2016.
However, as of the end of 2016, online sales of all retailers were still lower than they were in the late 1990s.
According ToO, online retail sales fell by 9 percent in the third quarter of 2016 compared to the third-quarter of 2015.
The industry has also seen some challenges with online shopping as of late.
According one report, online payment companies such PayPal, Square, and Google declined to allow merchants to accept online payments in 2020, leading to the closure of some retailers.
As of this year, the number one reason for consumers to opt for online shopping in 2020 was the number and variety of choices available.
According In a 2016 survey by IBISWorld, 71 percent of consumers surveyed said that shopping online makes shopping easier.
The online shopping industry is also seeing the rise of new technologies.
According The Wall St. Journal, the rise in the number, variety, and price of digital shopping products is expected to keep growing as consumers move toward digital shopping.
For example, according TOO in 2016, ecommerce companies such Amazon, eBay, and Walmart saw an increase in online orders in the first quarter of 2019.
According this report, the combined online order volume grew by more than 300 percent from the second quarter of 2017 to the second-quarter 2018.
The increase in orders comes as retailers and online shoppers continue to compete in a fast-paced digital environment.
According an IBIS World report, more than a quarter of online shoppers choose to shop at the mall, with many choosing to shop for clothing, electronics, accessories, shoes, and household goods online.
As for the retailers, the biggest retailers are also seeing their business grow, especially as they continue to grow.
According data from the research firm, NPD Group, retailers such Amazon and Walmart were up by more more than 50 percent in 2019.
In addition, online purchasing has been growing