Amazon India witnessed maximum number of visitors on its web and app during the festive season, according to analytics firm comScore.
Altogether, Amazon received 20 crore visitors in the month of October while rival Flipkart saw 16.4 crore visitors to its web and mobile sites combined and Snapdeal saw 10.9 crore visitors.
The study’s data shows that Amazon India has witnessed a growth from 8.5 crore visitors last year to over 20 crore this year. The number of visitors on Flipkart in October 2014 were 14 crore and increased by 2 crore this year. Snapdeal saw a growth from about 9 crore visitors to about 11 crore visitors, during the same period.
The data corroborates Amazon’s sales numbers that show its India business has quadrupled in the last one year. The site received more than 30 million unique monthly visitors in October and 70% of its sales reportedly take place through the mobile application which is higher than the other e-commerce players.
The number of sellers on the platform has also grown by over 250 percent and the company now has 21 fulfilment centres in the country.