Popular online stores include Amazon.com, eBay and Wal-Mart. As of November 2015, Amazon.com receives 188 million visitors a month, eBay receives 98 million and Wal-Mart gets 89 million visitors.
ModCloth, Nasty Gal, Zappos and Rent The Runway are some top online stores, according to HuffPost Style. Other popular online shopping destinations include Net-a-Porter, J. Crew and Sephora, as stated by Marie Claire.
Setting up an online store involves creating a website, which can for free using a site builder service such as Weebly.com, Storenvy.com or Squareup.com. As of 2015, none of these sites charge a fee to set up the site or to have it, although some of them do charge fees when sales are actually made,
An online school store is a website set up to allow any primary, secondary or middle school to securely process online transactions ranging from bake sales and donations to particular clubs, Advanced Placement exam fees and field trip costs.
Dollar Tree has an online store that gives customers the option to either have their items shipped to their house or pick them up in-store. H & J Closeouts and 99 Cents Online Dollar Store are two online-only dollar stores.
The Exchange, also known as the Army and Air Force Exchange Service, is the online storefront for the largest retail exchange store for soldiers, airmen and military employees as well as their families and retirees. It is well known for its locations on and around military bases, its large selection
Some online fabric stores include Fabric.com and Fabric Depot. There is also Mood Designer Fabrics, which specializes in high-end clothing and home fabrics made by popular designers.
A wish list is a collection of items a customer would like to own but cannot purchase right away. Unlike a shopping cart, a wish list does not reserve items for customers, it simply gives them a list to refer back to at a later time.
Some online stores that sell furniture include Hayneedle.com, Overstock.com and WestElm.com. All three stores offer a variety of furniture for every room in the home.
There are a number of 99 cent and dollar-only online stores, including 99 Cent Max, H & J Closeouts and Meritline. The Dollar Tree and Dollar General chains also have an online shopping presence.