Google: Bay Area consumers replacing store trips with same-day delivery
Halibutboy Flatface stashed this in Eat drink party
Google ShopX knows what you need, Bay Area peoples!
"Every day Google Shopping Express delivers enough cat food to feed 1500 cats."
This number seems small. I guess there's a lot of room to grow!
This infographic makes me wonder about sample size.
I mean, are enough people using Google Shopping Express that the most popular item in each city is statistically significant?
Or is it a testament to how much Google Shopping Express is used that every city has different most popular items?
Amazon just expanded its same day delivery (suggesting a near future focus on fresh food) in San Fran and a few other cities (and dropping Las Vegas) so market share biz strategy.
It's amazing they can make money in this business. Should UPS be scared?
I also wonder how much toilet paper it takes to stretch from San Francisco to New York.
2908 miles from SF to NYC...187 ft of TP per roll...~82,109 rolls of 2ply TP
heh heh road trip!
82k rolls sounds like a lot to sell via this method to the Bay Area. Wow.