Who knew. Research done by site Milo.com shows that at least 5% of all sales made in the USA are made via the Internet, while the rest amount is made in the traditional way – one more than the process known to go to shops, buy product and take home. Among the sectors that stand out in the online sales are the automobile, with 2.6% (average spending of US $ 23.600 or US $ 42,000), while the worst performance in the network was to buy food, with 0.2% share.
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