Reveals Positive Trends for 2013 Ecommerce Activity

Share Article, an online retailer, announces the anticipated growth of the ecommerce industry, encourages individuals to engage in online shopping. has long provided its members with access to valuable retail opportunities. With a Rewards Mall stocked with over 80,000 items, the organization has perfected the art of offering diverse, in-demand products to its customers. This is what, largely, has allowed ecommerce to thrive in the manner in which it has, as individuals have found shopping online to be much more efficient with regard to finding the items that they are looking for than traditional brick and mortar search methods. An article published by Mashable asserts that this growth is expected to continue, as the sales forecasts regarding the ecommerce industry are putting it at a 17 percent growth rate during 2013.

According to the article, this 17 percent increase will bring ecommerce sales to a total of $1.2 trillion. Much of this growth is anticipated to take place in Asia, as the article explains: "Indonesia is expected to experience greater ecommerce growth, proportionately speaking, than any other country this year, according to estimates published Thursday by eMarketer. Online sales are expected to increase 71.3 percent to $1.8 billion. China, whose ecommerce market is already more than 100 times larger than Indonesia's, is expected to grow the second fastest, increasing 65.1 percent to $181 billion."

Greg Bielawski, a representative from, is not surprised by the growth of this sector. "Online shopping is convenient and offers consumers a wider range of products and services than your typical brick and mortar stores," comments Bielawski. "Think about it. By logging onto the Internet, individuals can access all of the goods that a company has on hand, not just those that are in stock at a certain physical location. Organizations like ours, which only deal in ecommerce, are also capable of providing better value and a wider range of products because there is less overhead to consider. At we don't have to pay leases on multiple store locations across the country, so we can transfer these savings to our customers."

Bielawski invites individuals who have not yet become avid online shoppers to do a bit of exploration with regard to ecommerce in order to see just how convenient it has become. In addition to offering a wider range of goods and services, Bielawski notes, ecommerce allows shoppers to make their purchases from the comfort of their own home. This level of convenience simply cannot be met by traditional brick and mortar stores.

For more information about, including membership options, interested individuals are encouraged to visit the company's website.


A member-based online retailer, provides its community with access to over 80,000 items in its Rewards Mall. The products in this catalogue span numerous categories, from apparel to electronics, and are available to shoppers at a great value. Members can leverage the rewards program to maximize their savings by taking advantage of the $2,500 shopping credit that they are extended upon joining the community. Additionally, they can register a debit card with the retailer, which will accumulate Reward Points on purchases of groceries and gas that are submitted with a receipt within 30 days. Members can then use the points that they collect to purchase goods in the Rewards Mall (up to 1,000 points can be redeemed per month).

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