The eCommerce industry is booming, but it is not for a good reason.
The industry grew at a healthy annual rate of 15.3% in 2016, and this growth is driven largely by an increase in ecommerce sales, according to ecommerce expert Ben Rochon.
However, these gains have come at the expense of a number of other industries, including the retail sector, the software industry, and even health care.
The reason for the rapid growth is simple.
“In ecommerce, there is a significant growth opportunity, and it is driven by the rise of online retailers,” Rocho wrote in a post on The Washington Post’s eCommerce site.
But the growth in the ecommerce sector has also been fueled by other factors.
“There are a lot of factors at play in the growth of ecommerce: the rising popularity of e-commerce, the growing popularity of the Web, the rising number of merchants, and the growing amount of consumers who use e-retailers,” he added.
“So it is very likely that in the near future e-Commerce will have a very large share of the growth pie, while the rest of the economy will be left behind.”
The most important of these factors, Rochos says, is the rise in online sales.
“Online sales have grown exponentially, and for the past decade, we’ve been seeing an increase of more than 2.5x per year,” he said.
“We’re going to see an even greater increase over the next 10 years.”
But e-Retailers and e-shopping have been struggling for years to stay relevant, which is why they have been unable to compete in the new digital age.
Rochons comments suggest that this is one of the main reasons for the huge growth of the e-industry.
In fact, he believes that the number of eCommerce sites will grow more rapidly than the number that are online.
“The number of sites that are actively selling their products will be greater than the online stores that are doing so, and I think that will be a factor in e-marketing growth,” he wrote.
“That will lead to a more saturated market.”
However, Rothmans view on ecommerce is complicated.
He believes that a large portion of the online sales are from e-mailing, and that the majority of eWalmart and other eCommerce businesses are still in the business of eTailing, which requires the customer to go through a phone and mail order process before they can purchase anything.
The e-Tailing business model is based on the idea that the customer will pay for the item they want by the time they receive the item, which can be as little as two weeks after it has been sent.
This model makes e-Shoppers a less attractive option for eCommerce stores, because it means that they are only able to purchase items at the time of the sale, which also means that online retailers are less competitive.
“I think that there is going to be a lot more ecommerce in the future,” Rothman said.
Rothmann said that the eCommerce boom could continue if e-Payment, a payment platform which lets people pay for online goods through their phones, doesn’t grow as rapidly as it has in the past.
“If ePayment continues to grow at the same rate as it did in the last couple of years, then I think there will be an exponential growth in eCommerce in the next couple of decades,” he explained.
The impact of eMerchants growth on the eShop is also complicated.
Rocheons eCommerce eCommerce blog posts state that there are two main reasons why eMerches growth is not as big as it should be.
“First, it’s hard to imagine a business that is so successful that the business that was already so successful was able to grow exponentially in the span of a few years,” he writes.
“Second, eMercher is not the only eCommerce business that has had this problem.
The rise of ePayments also poses a problem, as it’s not clear to me that the vast majority of merchants are using it to their advantage.”
There are also concerns about the impact of a declining eCommerce market on eCommerce merchants, who are still looking for new revenue streams.
“What we need to do is look at the data from the past several years and determine whether or not the eMerchant market has reached its peak, and if so, how to fix it,” Rocheon writes.
The number of retailers in eMerchers market has grown steadily in recent years.
But according to Rochones analysis, the amount of eShoppers and eMerChans revenue has grown less than half of the number for eMerching merchants.
“This makes sense.
A lot of the businesses in the current eMerchery market are