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Amazon preferred site for fastest, hassle-free deliveries: CashKaro survey

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, a cashback and coupon website conducted a at a pan India level titled, ‘E-shopping Revelations 2016’. The was carried out to understand the ever-evolving preferences and behavior of online shoppers.

Amazon preferred site for quickest, hassle-free deliveries: CashKaro survey
The E-shopping Revelations 2016 was carried out to understand the ever-evolving preferences and behavior of online shoppers.

According to the key findings:

  • .in is the most preferred site when it comes to Quickest & Hassle-Free Deliveries
  • ranked the best for Customer Care Service
  • Paytm rules as the best payment wallet followed by Freecharge
  • 55 per cent respondents feel subscription-based services like Amazon Prime, Flipkart First, Gold etc. enhance online shopping experience
  • 75 per cent shoppers have started shopping for daily items/groceries more online now.

CashKaro.com Co-founder, Swati Bhargava said, “As one of the largest affiliate sites in India, we are in a unique position to talk about the e-commerce ecosystem and what drives consumers to shop online more. CashKaro survey is a reflection of how buying habits of the Indian online shopper are changing and increasing importance of softer aspects like fast delivery, prompt customer service, discounts and cashback.”

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“2016 was an eventful year for Indian e-commerce. The advent of subscription based services like Amazon Prime, Flipkart First, Snapdeal Gold etc. helped in enhancing shopping experience while Cashback offers became mainstream. Post demonetization, we saw a great increase in the use of payment wallets and also witnessed an increased number of users using Cashback sites like CashKaro to save on their daily transactions,” she added.

The survey also revealed that:

  • Desktop is still the most preferred platform to shop online with 60 per cent of the respondents using the same.
  • With increased use of smartphones, 40 per cent of the respondents are transacting via mobiles.