A report on Website and E-commerce

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Store closing flags outside a Toys R Us in Deptford, New Jersey. Despite investments, the chain struggled to win market share in the age of digital commerce.
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An example of an older generation of avatar-style automated online assistant on a merchandising website.
Server-side programming language usage in 2016.

Online shopping for retail sales direct to consumers via web sites and mobile apps, and conversational commerce via live chat, chatbots, and voice assistants;

- E-commerce

E-commerce: products or services are purchased directly through the website

- Website
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Bricks and mortar retail shops on Marylebone High Street, London

Brick and mortar

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Organization or business in a building or other structure.

Organization or business in a building or other structure.

Bricks and mortar retail shops on Marylebone High Street, London
The Galanterie-, Kurz- und Spielwaren-Laden store in Uetersen, Germany in 1901
A fruit stand at a village market in Afghanistan.
Bricks and mortar retail shops along the Fredrikinkatu street in the center of Helsinki, Finland

More specifically, in the jargon of e-commerce businesses in the 2000s, brick-and-mortar businesses are companies that have a physical presence (e.g., a retail shop in a building) and offer face-to-face customer experiences.

An online-only business needs to have an attractive, well-designed website, a reliable e-commerce system for payment, a good delivery or shipping service and effective online marketing tactics to drive web traffic to the site.