A new study has found that shoppers on Amazon have the most favorable shopping experiences, with most of them finding a new pair of shoes within a week of purchase.
The study from BrandVoice, which was funded by Amazon and the Women’s Wear Daily, looked at the sales of Amazon.com’s own and third-party brands across a range of products and services.
Among the results was that shoppers who are familiar with Amazon’s offerings tend to have the highest buying satisfaction scores, while those who are not familiar with the company’s offerings tended to have lower scores.
A study conducted by the company found that customers with a good shopping experience tended to spend less than those with a poor experience, and this is true across every category of products the company provides.
Amazon is also known for its lower prices, which can make shopping for shoes on the site a worthwhile proposition for many shoppers.
The results from the study suggest that Amazon is doing an excellent job of selling its own products, and that customers can find great deals on shoes even if they are unfamiliar with the brands they are shopping for.
While there is no way to predict the exact number of shoppers who will find a new or used pair of Nike shoes within the first week of purchasing, BrandVoice estimated that the average shopper on Amazon spends around $15 to $20 per pair of footwear, which is less than the $20 to $30 that the company charges for Nike shoes.
The company also estimated that a shopper who had shopped for Nike or Adidas shoes within two weeks of purchase spent $50 to $70 on shoes.