Staff Reporters
Nov 27, 2014

The 11.11 Debrief: Review of consumer behaviour

An AdMaster study of consumer sentiment after Single's Day 2014 has found out that 83 per cent of online shoppers participated in the shopping frenzy this year, versus 64 per cent in 2013. Clothing and accessories were still the most popular items, and consumers bought more Chinese products than in prior years. Two of the most exciting breakthroughs in 2014 were the popularity of mobile shopping, with mobile-based sales 3.5 times higher than last year, and the acceptance of prepay arrangements, chosen by almost one-third of shoppers.

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