While Indian Ecommerce Companies Oscillate Betwen Mobile Vs Desktop Strategy, Amazon Claims #1 Position

Indian ecommerce companies are still figuring out their mobile strategy – Flipkart which killed its mobile site launched Lite and others like Voonik have relaunched their desktop sites.

Big daddy, Amazon claims to be the most visited ecommerce site in the country with a traffic of 30 million unique visitors on a monthly basis*.

Amazon India Vs. Flipkart Traffic
Amazon India Vs. Flipkart Traffic

Just two and a half years from our launch, Amazon.in has become the most visited e-commerce site in India. This customer response continues to amaze and energise us.

We have built a vibrant marketplace with tens of thousands of sellers offering everyday low prices on India’s largest selection of over 30 million products and bringing alive our “Aur Dikhao” promise to customers. We will keep growing our investments in India and continue to work hard for our Indian sellers and customers.

At Amazon, we like to say it is still day 1, and that is certainly true for us in India. [Jeff Bezos]

* We believe that this is just the desktop traffic and not of mobile apps.

Aside, Jabong gets more traffic than Snapdeal? Well, we certainly can’t trust Comscore blindly.


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  1. All made up from thin air stats. Amazon does this dirty tactic in all countries. All paid for stats. Common sense would dictate , considering the penetration of internet in India, its impossible to become number 1 in India at such a short period of time.

    I don’t trust American corporate media marketing strategies. They have even claimed Apple is the number 1 selling phone in China when it is MI and OPPO.

    I request Indian Tech Sites to do independent research. Now a days, all stats can be brought.

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