|Online shopping is here to stay|
The online shopping market in Nigeria has grown astronomically in the last 5 years, we have left the period when we wondered and debate if Nigerians would shop online if given the opportunity to a new era where every service you can think-of wants to have a presence on the net. So, which online shopping websites are at the top of the pack at the moment? Here is my list based on the traffic they have with information obtained on Alexa.
Launched in 2012, Payporte is an online shopping and ecommerce website where you can buy home appliances, computers, fashion items, furniture and others. It offers free delivery and has a good number of customers going by the traffic it gets.
Efritin is an online classifieds website that claims to be the No.1 marketplace for used goods. You can gt electronics, cars, smartphones computers, real estate, jobs and lots more. It has a delivery service that helps sellers deliver to their customers.
Yudala launched in 2015 with the combination of its online and physical stores. It sells home appliances, smartphones, computers, fashion items and lots more.
VConnect started as a form of business directory and search engine but has evolved into an online market place based in Lagos, Nigeria for buyers and sellers. You can shop on the website for a wide range of products including kitchen appliances, home consumables, furniture, baby care and more.
Kaymu is an online marketplace for buying and selling electronics, clothing, real estate and vehicles. It has a bias for fashion, smartphones with accessories and accepts independent vendors. It does delivery and also has other value-added services like promoted listings on its website.
OLX claims to be the leading consumer to consumer (C2C) online marketplace in Nigeria where Individuals buy, sell, rent or find everything locally in all 36 states and the FCT, through free classifieds advertisements of pre-owned mobiles, computers, electronics, furniture, appliances, cars, bikes, properties, apartments, jobs and much more. It has value-added services for sellers including one to post ads for you and another to sell for you.
Jiji is an online classifieds website that allows individuals and businesses to sell directly to customers with the use of Ads. There are some value-added services that are paid-for by advertisers to give their ads more visibility and exposure.
Dealdey claims to be Nigeria's No. 1 daily deal site that brings up to 90% discount on products and services in Nigeria. Find unique and great deals on food, travels, hotels, spas, professional courses, restaurants, fashion items for male and female, gadgets, mobile phones, electronics and much more at deal prices.The greatest attraction for users of DealDey are the heavy discounts they can get, advertisers also use it to promote their products and services.
Konga claims to be Nigeria's largest online mall with over 100,000 products at great prices, exceptional customer experience and nationwide delivery, and most recently adopting a market place business model, It allows vendors to sell on its platform and is arguably the biggest rival to No.1 on this list.
Finally, we are about to reach No.1, but before you have a look at No.1, I would like you to view
And our No. 1 is:
Established in 2012, Jumia is Nigeria's No.1 online shopping destination in terms of traffic and it claims to be the home to the widest selection of fashion, electronics, home appliances, kids items and lots more all at great prices. Jumia offers free shipping, nationwide delivery directly to your home or office with innovative and convenient payment methods. Blazing a trail across the continent. It is a recipient of the World Retail Awards with thousands of vendors using the platform.
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