This is e-commerce data for The United States of America. You can find the poulation, internet users, internet penetration here as well as the localised domain extension, official language and other statistics to help build an overall picture of the general online economics of The United States of America.
The US is at the forefront of the e-commerce industry. As the home of Silicon Valley and the majority of the largest Internet companies in the world, as well as being the largest economy in the world, this is to be expected.
North America as a whole has dominated the e-commerce industry for quite some time. Currently almost 35% of online consumer sales are made from North America. In 2014 total e-commerce sales in the USA we should over $300 billion. This is estimated to increase to almost $550 billion by 2019.
According to some estimates, mobile e-commerce has grown to account for almost 30% of total products bought online.
Amazon and eBay are the largest e-commerce stores in the United States. Amazon hit almost $90 billion worth of sales in 2014. EBay reached $8.5 billion in US sales in 2014.
For a list of references of all the data on The United States of America please visit the Global Statisitics page.