11 Top Most Popular Online Shopping Sites in the World


Top Eleven Most Popular Online Shopping Sites Globally

These days major of the commerce is now e-commerce or electronic commerce and is increasing with leaps and bounds. Many players came into this online selling market and left away with losses or problems like disputes among partners, funds crunch, mis-management, etc. Few of the best remained and are thriving in the e-commerce site portal market.

Following is the list of the most prominent e-commerce sales online products booking for delivery web portals in the world:

1. Amazon

Amazon is an American multinational e-commerce company. Amazon is headquartered in Seattle, Washington. It is the largest online retailer in the world.

E-tailer Amazon's Logo
Logo of Online Retailer Amazon

At first, Amazon was just an online bookstore, but soon began to diversify its business coverage sales of:

  • DVDs
  • CDs
  • Videos, MP3 downloads/streaming media
  • Software
  • TV games
  • Electronic products
  • Clothing
  • Furniture
  • Food
  • Toys
  • Jewelry

and many more. 

2. NetFlix

NetFlix is ​​an American streaming media on-demand online provider. NetFlix provides DVD mailing services to North and South America, the Caribbean, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland. 

Image for Netflix logo

NetFlix was founded in 1997, and NetFlix is ​​headquartered in Los Angeles, California.


3. eBay

EBay is a world-renowned online shopping and retail platform. Eachnet's main business spans C2C (person-to-person).

EBay is headquartered in San Jose, California. EBay was established in 1995.

At first, it almost became an Internet bubble. After that, eBay emerged as a successful Internet case.

Image of ebay logo

Now, eBay is a diversified company with localized websites in more than 30 countries around the world.


4. Walmart

Walmart Department Store Co., Ltd. (Walmart) is an American multinational retail company operating chain discount stores and warehouse stores, headquartered in Bentonville, Arkansas.

Image of Walmart Logo

The company was founded by Sam Walton in 1962 and was incorporated on October 31, 1969.



IKEA is a multinational group that designs and sells self-assembled furniture (such as beds, chairs and tables), home appliances and home accessories.

IKEA logo image

 As of January 2008, it is the largest furniture retailer in the world. The group has a complex corporate structure and it is controlled by several foundations headquartered in the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Liechtenstein.


6. Target Corporation

Target Corporation (Target Corporation) is an American retail company founded in 1902 and headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

 It is the second largest discount retailer in the United States, after Wal-Mart.

Logo of Target Corporation

 In 2013, the company ranked 36th in the Fortune 500 list, and it is a constituent stock of the Standard & Poor's 500 Index.


7. Best Buy

Best Buy is an American multinational consumer electronics company headquartered in Richfield, Minnesota. 

Its business covers the United States, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Canada and China. 

The company was founded in 1966 by Richard Schultz and Gary Smoliak as an audio specialty store.

Logo of Best Buy

In 1983, it was renamed to its current name and focused on consumer electronics.


8. Newegg

Newegg is an online computer hardware and software retailer. Newegg is headquartered in City of Industry, California.

Newegg.com was founded in 2001 by Taiwanese immigrant Fred Chang.

Newegg.com sells computer hardware, software, peripherals, games, electronic products, accessories, DVD discs, household utensils, appliances, tools, furniture and office supplies.

Logo image of Newegg

 Newegg was rated as one of the top 10 Internet retailers in 2005.


9. Sears

Sears is a famous chain department store in the United States. 

The company was founded in Chicago, Illinois in 1886 by Richard Warren Sears and Alvah Curtis Roebuck.

Image of Sears Logo

Previously, the company was headquartered in the Sears Tower in Chicago, and is currently headquartered in Hoffman Estates, Illinois.


10. Macy's

Macy's is an American mid-range department store chain, which is owned by the American multinational company Macy's.

 It is one of the two major divisions of Macy's, and the other is the high-end department store chain Bloomingdale.

Image of Macys Logo

 As of January 2014, it has 850 department stores in the continental United States, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and Guam, as well as a flagship store in the famous Herald Plaza in Midtown Manhattan, New York City.


11. BuyQG.com

This is a novel concept of ecommerce and perhaps the most briliant one. This has more customization and best of the shopping experience. 
Not only purchases are easy but also quality is maintained as the mode of operation is such so that the things can be traced through the source and people get nothing but the most genuine products in the industry.
Logo of Online Gift Shop

This ecommerce gift delivery portal even brings those things in the market which was not there due to commercial viability not achieved. 
This is making really required things commercially viable and bringing them in the consumer market which is otherwise only dominated by profiteering, no matter public gains or looses.
It is a combination of tech expertise and ease as if you are making purchase form a next door very familiar shop. 
If you explore the site thoroughly you will see a variety of products like consumer goods like garments, bakery goods like bachelorette cakes, wedding cakes, birthday cakes, soft material filled teddy bears as gifts, and so on.


The e-commerce or online gift products selling business, or for that matter nay business at all is dependent upon economic activities. Economic activities and interests are above all other activities and interests so those who organize it determine their own interest though in the guise of their consumers' interest. Therefore, it is the duty of the consumer to be aware and determine their own interest by being woke.

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