Best Online Shopping Websites | Top 10 Shopping Sites in the World

Best Online Shopping Website | List of Top 10 Shopping Sites in the World | User Ranking

An online store (also known as shop online or online store) refers to a type of trade that used as the primary means for their transactions one website or application connected to Internet. In Latin American countries it is common to use Anglicism "e-shop". A web store or Webshop is a website on which merchandise is offered for sale. Although e-commerce on the worldwide web only started in the 90s, it was much earlier possible to order goods online or digitally at a distance. In 1981 it was Thomson Holidays (United Kingdom) that set up a data network for local travel shops through telephone lines. It was possible to call Thomson via a modem to request travel information, book trips and also cancel. There are many web stores that are affiliated with a product search engine or product comparator. This makes it easy to get an overview of which product is the cheapest.

Below is the list of online shopping websites which offers clothes, fashion products, electronic items, home appliance, grocery and more in cheap and best price.

1. Amazon

Amazon

Amazon.com, Inc., trade name Amazon, is an American e-commerce company based in Seattle, Washington. It was one of the first large companies to sell goods over the internet and it was founded in 1994 by Jeff Bezos. In 2015 the company achieved its first turnover of over 100 billion dollars. This had more than doubled in 2018. Amazon has shown rapid growth, in the period 2000 to 2017 the average revenue growth was almost 30 percent on an annual basis. Profit rose sharply in 2017, despite an equal operating result, due to a substantial reduction in US corporate income tax. The North America and AWS business units are the most profitable, together they contributed around 60% to the operating result in 2018. The international activities suffered a loss and depressed the operating result by around 20%.

2. Alibaba

Alibaba

Alibaba Group is a Chinese private group based in Hangzhou. The group consists of internet companies focused on e-commerce including business-to-business web portals, online retail and payment services, a price comparison search engine and cloud services for data. The group was founded in 1999 when Jack Ma founded the Alibaba.com website, a business-to-business portal to connect Chinese producers with foreign buyers. In 2003, Alibaba founded Taobao, a consumer-to-consumer portal. Taobao is one of the twenty most visited websites worldwide. Alipay was established in 2004, an online escrow payment service. Alipay handles approximately half of all online payment transactions within China. Alibaba sites are used in the vast majority of these transactions. The Alibaba Group websites account for more than 60% of parcel deliveries within China. In March 2018, the company had more than 550 million active consumers in March 2017. Approximately three-quarters of the total turnover is realized in China. In addition to trade for consumers and companies, Alibaba is also active in the field of cloud computing, around 5% of sales, and digital media and entertainment (7%).

3. Walmart

Walmart

Walmart is an American supermarket chain. The company was founded by Sam Walton in 1962 and was listed on the New York Stock Exchange in 1972. Walmart's headquarters are in Bentonville, Arkansas. In 2010 it was the largest private employer. It is also the largest retail group in the world. Walmart also owns Sam's Club, another American retailer. Walmart has a total of 11,700 stores in 28 countries (As of April 30, 2019), of which just over half outside the United States. Walmart operates under its own name in the United States and Puerto Rico. In Mexico it operates under the name Walmex, in the United Kingdom as Asda, in Japan as Seiyu and in India as Best Price. Walmart also has stores in Argentina, Brazil, Canada and the People's Republic of China. The concern is thanks to the purchase of Massmartalso active in Africa. Walmart's investments abroad have varying degrees of success, for example, the stores in Germany and South Korea were sold because they were unsuccessful. Furthermore, it sells many articles via the internet under 65 different labels in all those countries.

4. eBay

eBay

eBay is one of the largest auction sites on the internet for offering new or second-hand items. eBay offers a worldwide trading platform where almost everyone can trade almost without restriction according to the omnibus omnia principle. Something can also be offered at a fixed price. Notorious are the sometimes bizarre articles that are offered on this website. In 2013, eBay achieved total revenue of $16 billion and in 2009, revenue was $8.7 billion. PayPal's share of sales was almost the same as that of the auction activities. eBay's international activities contribute slightly more than 50% to sales. Buying goods worldwide is easy with eBay. For products that have a value of less than 22 euros (excluding shipping costs), Dutch customs are not entitled to import duties. The quality of the products offered and the reliability of the seller cannot always be checked in advance. If the product is not delivered or deviates from the description, it can be difficult to resolve this properly. For example, the seller may suddenly have disappeared.

5. AliExpress

AliExpress

AliExpress is an e-commerce platform for Chinese individuals and/or smaller companies to sell their products to foreign consumers. Jack Ma founded the Alibaba Group on April 4, 1999, which led to AliExpress.com in 2010. Unlike Alibaba, AliExpress is more focused on retail. The advantage is that the buyer buys directly from the manufacturer, making the price more attractive. Unlike Bol.com, for example, AliExpress only offers the platform to find buyers, so it does not sell a product itself. AliExpress was established with the aim of offering Chinese producers a new market abroad via the internet. The site was originally intended for selling bulk products - large quantities of a particular product to companies around the world. In this way, companies could easily purchase units of a product at a reduced price. The minimum purchase of a product was usually around 20 to 50 pieces. This is of course still possible, but many sellers can now sell products individually. This way everyone can use AliExpress.

6. Flipkart

Flipkart

Flipkart Pvt Ltd. is an Indian electronic trading company based in Bengaluru, India. The company was founded by Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal in 2007. Initially, the company focused on selling books, then penetrated other product categories such as consumer electronics, fashion and lifestyle. Flipkart competes directly with Amazon subsidiaries in India and Snapdeal. Until March 2017, Flipkart held a 39.5% market share in the Indian electronic trading industry. Flipkart was very dominant in the clothing sector (especially after the acquisition of Myntra and Jabong.com) and competed with Amazon in the electronics and cellular telephone sectors. Flipkart also has PhonePe, a Unified Payments Interface (UPI) cellular payment service.

7. AO World

AO World

8. ASOS.com

ASOS.com

9. AbeBooks

AbeBooks

10. Alibris

Alibris

11. Allegro

Allegro

12. Aquarelle

Aquarelle

13. BJ's Wholesale Club

BJ's Wholesale Club

14. Barnes & Noble

Barnes & Noble

15. Bass Pro Shops

Bass Pro Shops

16. Bebe Stores

Bebe Stores

17. Best Buy

Best Buy

18. Best Secret GmbH

Best Secret GmbH

19. Better World Books

Better World Books

20. Bleep.com

Bleep.com

21. Bol.com

Bol.com

22. Books.com.tw

Books.com.tw

23. Brandless

Brandless

24. Cabela's

Cabela's

25. Cdiscount

Cdiscount

26. Chaldal.com

Chaldal.com

27. Charitybuzz

Charitybuzz

28. Childrensalon

Childrensalon

29. Ciceksepeti.com

Ciceksepeti.com

30. CompUSA

CompUSA

31. Conrad Electronic

Conrad Electronic

32. Costco

Costco

33. Craftsvilla

Craftsvilla

34. Dangdang

Dangdang

35. Daniel Smith

Daniel Smith

36. Daraz

Daraz

37. Dick's Sporting Goods

Dick's Sporting Goods

38. Digikala

Digikala

39. Drs. Foster & Smith

Drs. Foster & Smith

40. Dustin AB

Dustin AB

41. ETLAND

ETLAND

42. Efresh.com

Efresh.com

43. Etsy

Etsy

44. Euroflorist

Euroflorist

45. Farfetch

Farfetch

46. FreshDirect

FreshDirect

47. From Japan

From Japan

48. G-Unit Clothing Company

G-Unit Clothing Company

49. GOG.com

GOG.com

50. Gilt Groupe

Gilt Groupe

51. Ginza Musik

Ginza Musik

52. Grofers

Grofers

53. Groupon

Groupon

54. H&M

H&M

Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) is a Swedish fashion chain with more than 4351 branches in 64 different countries and around 161,000 employees in 2016. H&M uses various fashion designers such as Stella McCartney, Karl Lagerfeld, Elio Fiorucci, Roberto Cavalli and Comme des Garçons. COS (Collection of Style) is a fashion concept launched by H&M with a show at the "Royal Academy of Arts" in London and at the opening of a branch on Regent Street on March 16, 2007. The collections to this concept are minimalist designs. COS stores can be found in Amsterdam, Antwerp, Arnhem, Brussels, Copenhagen, The Hague, Berlin, Cologne, Düsseldorf, Rotterdam, Hamburg, Munich, Münster, Stuttgart, Verona, London and Zurich. The stores are furnished by interior architect William Russel.

55. Hayneedle

Hayneedle

56. Home Shop 18

Home Shop 18

57. Huuto.net

Huuto.net

58. Infibeam

Infibeam

59. J. C. Penney

J. C. Penney

JC Penney is an American retail company headquartered in Plano, Texas. The company was founded in 1902 by James Cash Penney and William Henry McManus in Kemmerer. JC Penney operates around 1,100 department stores in the US and employed approximately 159,000 people by the end of January 2012. For assortment of JC Penney include clothing, shoes, furniture, jewelry, cosmetics, electrical appliances and household items in the lower to middle price segment. With the company Polo Ralph Lauren Between 2008 and 2012, there was an exclusive cooperation through the low-priced licensed clothing and accessories brand American Living.

60. J.Crew

J.Crew

61. JD.com

JD.com

62. Jabong

Jabong

63. Jumia

Jumia

64. KaBuM!

KaBuM!

65. Kmall24

Kmall24

66. Kobo Inc.

Kobo Inc.

67. L.L.Bean

L.L.Bean

68. Lands' End

Lands' End

69. Lazada Group

Lazada Group

70. LeShop.ch

LeShop.ch

71. LightInTheBox

LightInTheBox

72. LivingSocial

LivingSocial

73. Lord & Taylor

Lord & Taylor

74. Lotte Hi-Mart

Lotte Hi-Mart

75. Manufactum

Manufactum

76. Matches Fashion

Matches Fashion

77. Mercari

Mercari

Mercari Inc. is a Japanese company headquartered in Minato-ku, Tokyo. It operates the service of Flea App "Mercali". In 2013, Shintaro Yamada established Kouzou Co., Ltd. (now Merucari Co., Ltd.), and became profitable for the first time in 2016. In addition, the company operates services such as the local community application "Atte", the flea application "Cowl" exclusively for books and CDs and DVDs, and "Mercari Maisons" specializing in brand products.

78. Micro Center

Micro Center

79. Modell's Sporting Goods

Modell's Sporting Goods

80. Monotaro

Monotaro

81. Montgomery Ward

Montgomery Ward

82. Myntra

Myntra

83. Nebraska Furniture Mart

Nebraska Furniture Mart

84. Newegg

Newegg

85. Nykaa

Nykaa

86. Ocado

Ocado

87. Orvis

Orvis

88. Overstock.com

Overstock.com

89. Ozon.ru

Ozon.ru

90. Peapod

Peapod

91. Pinduoduo

Pinduoduo

92. Pinkoi

Pinkoi

93. Pixmania

Pixmania

94. Play-Asia

Play-Asia

95. Powell's Books

Powell's Books

96. Rakuten.com

Rakuten.com

97. Rappi

Rappi

98. Recreational Equipment, Inc.

Recreational Equipment, Inc.

99. STYLEPIT

STYLEPIT

100. Saks Fifth Avenue

Saks Fifth Avenue

101. Sam's Club

Sam's Club

102. ShopClues

ShopClues

103. Shopbop

Shopbop

104. Shopee

Shopee

105. Shoplet

Shoplet

106. Showroomprive.com

Showroomprive.com

107. Snapdeal

Snapdeal

Snapdeal is an Indian e-market company. Whose founder is Kunal Behl. It started in February 2010. This company started in February 2010 as a shopping site offering a per day purchase. It was developed as an e-market company on September 2011. After this, it became the largest selling company of India.

108. SparkFun Electronics

SparkFun Electronics

109. Spartoo UK

Spartoo UK

110. Taobao

Taobao

Taobao is the Chinese online marketplace of internet giant Alibaba. The marketplace was launched in May 2003 and can be compared to eBay. It is a platform where Chinese sellers offer their products for sale in their own 'stores'. There are now more than 750 million different products for sale on Taobao. Taobao's inaccessibility for consumers who do not speak Chinese has inspired a group of companies to become Taobao agents. As a consumer it is possible to place an order in another language through an Agent. The Agent then orders from the Chinese seller on Taobao and sends the ordered items back to the consumer upon receipt of the seller.

111. Taw9eel

Taw9eel

112. The Bon-Ton

The Bon-Ton

113. The Honest Company

The Honest Company

114. ThinkGeek

ThinkGeek

115. Thomann

Thomann

116. TigerDirect

TigerDirect

117. Tmall

Tmall

Tmall.com, formerly Taobao Mall, is a Chinese-language website for the business-to-consumer (B2C) commerce that was split off from the Taobao website and located in the People's Republic of China by the Alibaba Group is operated. It is an online shop for the People's Republic of China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. As one of the world's largest e-commerce websites, it reached more than 500 million active users per month in February 2018. According to Alexa Internet, it is among the most visited websites in the world and the address tmall.com at number 26. It is also available as a mobile app for Android and IOS.

118. Trendyol

Trendyol

119. Ulla Popken

Ulla Popken

120. Ulmart

Ulmart

121. Vente-privee.com

Vente-privee.com

122. Verkkokauppa.com

Verkkokauppa.com

123. Vipshop

Vipshop

124. Voonik

Voonik

125. WOW HD

WOW HD

126. Warby Parker

Warby Parker

127. Wayfair

Wayfair

128. Wiggle

Wiggle

129. Wildberries

Wildberries

130. Wish

Wish

Wish is an e-commerce Company based in San Francisco that the same website and shopping app operates. It was 2010 by CEO Peter Szulczewski (former software engineer at Google) and the CTO Danny Zhang (former programmer at Yahoo) wish lists established portal, which in a 2013 e-commerce platform has been transformed. In 2017, the shopping app Wish had over 100 million users on the iOS and Android platforms. Similar to eBay, small businesses and manufacturers sell goods directly to consumers on Wish. This usually offered cheap goods with high discounts.

131. Woot

Woot

132. Xiu

Xiu

133. Yatego

Yatego

134. Yebhi

Yebhi

135. YesAsia

YesAsia

136. Zalando

Zalando

137. Zalora

Zalora

138. Zappos

Zappos

139. Zazzle

Zazzle

140. Zooplus

Zooplus

141. honestbee

honestbee

142. jpc

jpc