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Where will you be shopping this holiday season?

Online marketplaces such as eBay, Amazon, AliExpress and Flipkart appear to be the preferred shopping destination for online buyers. While direct sales from retailer's sites are still growing, the preference for more than half of online shoppers is an online marketplace, according to Pitney Bowes Global Online Shopping Survey. The company's President of Global Ecommerce, Lila Snyder, says the biggest reasons for online marketplace shopping are better deals and product assortment.
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