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Computer related products have been ranked among some the most retailed commodities on e-commerce websites.

OSLO, Norway, March 8, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Computer related products have been ranked among some the most retailed commodities on e-commerce websites. Although offline stores have registered a drop in sales at the height of the economic crisis, this does not mean that people have stopped shopping. Experts say that improved and convenient shopping options online have influenced a new way of spending where customers still buy but look for cheaper products. In addition to this, the massive rise in online based shopping has been the main reason why physical offline stores have been losing out on customers.

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For people looking to start their own ecommerce websites, the process is not expensive as compared to opening up a physical store. According to recent reports, computer related products are among the most shopped commodities in global ecommerce. Computer related products in this case include printers, laptop and desktop computers, tablets, scanners, portable devices, and software solutions. Market analysts note that ecommerce provides a bigger diversity to shoppers. In addition to this shoppers also believe that it is easier to buy budget friendly computer products online compared to physical stores. Mobile gadgets and accessories are also a big buy in online based stores. Although sales haven't been as big as for computer gadgets, experts say that the numbers are still overwhelmingly good. A lot of people are buying tablets, mobile accessories and mobile applications online.

Market analysts say this trend is set to continue and soon virtually all purchases of mobile gadgets will be done online. E-books are also one of the biggest products sold online. Although this may be hard to believe, a lot of people love reading and when they do, they do it online. Experts in child development agree that children at an early age start reading online unlike in the past where they used to read physical books. This is seen as one of the major factors that has influenced high book sales online for the last few decades.

Global ecommerce analysis reports have also indicated that a very huge percentage of travel services are purchased online. The same is also the case with clothes and shoes and unlike in many other products, shoppers who buy clothes and shoes online actually do it for fun. It is very difficult to point exactly how many people are shopping online today but based on current trends it seems an age where almost everything can be bought online is not far away. Market analysis experts however have noted that it is rather surprising to see music is not one of the leading products on sale in global ecommerce websites. Digital music distribution is probably one of the earliest inventions in ecommerce but all in all, analysts still believe that the number of online music sales online can been bettered in years to come.

The internet has transformed from a means of communication to a platform to conduct business transactions. Global ecommerce reports indicate that a lot of people are also making investments in different areas using online platforms. However gifts have done a little better compared to investments. Emerging products in the food, beauty and medical industries are also doing great and in fact, analyst say that such emerging products will be a big part of online based sales in the years to come. Development of ecommerce has revolutionized the retail business and sooner rather than latter, it will be absolutely possible to buy everything online.

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