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The Best Ecommerce Sites To Do Business

Every day more people prefer to make their purchases online in exchange for going out and shopping.

Precisely the comfort of home, the tranquility and spending hours searching and asking Internet users about products make e-commerce the best option for making purchases online.

Here are the best places to buy, sell and do business online.


To sell or buy items in Ebay It is only necessary to register on the website. Its operating model is the auction, in which the interested parties offer what they want and can for the products offered there.


It is the first company that bet on the Internet to sell products. Today it offers different commercial lines, in addition to books, such as software, clothing and household items.


Alibaba is on its way to being the first page of e-commerce. There you can negotiate different products of Chinese origin. Its strength lies in the fact that the majority of companies of the Asian power are registered on this website and seek to strengthen their trade with the whole world through the network.



It is the largest virtual store in Japan; it currently has more than 50 million registered users. In 2005 he earned more than $ 1.1 billion. Among what it offers are trips and credits to purchase other products.


Apart from being the largest retail chain in the world, Wal-Mart has strengthened its commerce on the Net. Technology, clothing and furniture are some of the products that the chain offers on its portal.


Despite the resignation of Steve Jobs as CEO of the company, Apple remains strong and is one of the most innovative companies on the planet.

Its products, such as the iPhone, iPad and iPod continue to sell like hotcakes around the world thanks to its virtual store.


It is the largest and most visited e-commerce page in Latin America and the fourth in the world. It is based in most countries in the region and its level of operations continues to grow thanks to the boom in electronic commerce in South America.