Our membership plans and what they offer
Our databases are a single access point to a collection of raw data of B2B and B2C retailers from specific geographic regions. Each database includes rankings by annual web sales and contains a multitude of additional metrics. Their purpose is to provide a view of a regions online marketplace and individual views of the retailers overall ecommerce business. Our expert research team takes a journalistic approach to collecting data from both public and private companies.
There are 7 databases to choose from – 3 databases that cover retailers headquartered in North America, 3 databases that cover International retailers headquartered in Europe, Asia, and Latin America, and 1 database that covers the global online marketplaces.
Our library of ecommerce databases are designed to offer flexibility in both pricing and accessibility, and range from limited access to the most advanced and customizable collection of data we possess.
The Basic plan provides an overview of a retailers’ ecommerce business, from the brands they own to the technologies they use. This plan is a read-only, single-user membership only offered in the U.S. Top 500 and Top 1000 databases.
The Basic Plus plan includes all data from the “Basic” plan, plus more detailed company profiles and information on business performance and traffic. This plan is a read-only, single-user membership that provides affordable access to advanced insights on ecommerce retailers.
The Pro plan gives your business the greatest flexibility and highest level of data we possess. This multi-user access plan includes all benefits of the “Basic Plus” plan, exclusive data export capabilities, and advanced data metrics like exact sales figures, historical sales, sales broken out by regions, conversion rates, and average order values.
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Our expert research team takes a journalistic approach to collecting data from both public and private companies. Through our mutual trust and reliable communication with retailers, there is no other company that collects data on retailers to the extent that we do.
We track hundreds of metrics on thousands of online retail sites around the world, including key data points like web sales, conversion rate and average ticket, and frequently conduct surveys to keep the data current.
But we do not sell our data. We sell access to the data we’ve collected which supports every other aspect of our business, including: daily reporting, special reports, and custom research.
Download features and functions are available inside our PRO levels only.
Our databases have key ecommerce executives but no contact information. Our databases are meant to provide an overall understanding of retailers’ ecommerce operations and are not for building contact lists. If you are interested in reaching our readership, we have other traditional marketing opportunities such as email list rental. Pricing for those options can be found here.
Digital Commerce 360 collects the majority of the data in our databases through a variety of methods including surveys, emails, interviews, research, and public documents. We have multiple touch points throughout the year with retailers to collect different data metrics.
Please submit the specifics of what you would like to cite, who will be seeing the information, and any other details.
No, our data cannot be used in any reports that are for public use including marketing materials, websites, blogs, research papers, industry reports, etc.
Our databases have one major update each year which occurs between April and June for most of our products. The first few months of each year our research team is researching financials from the previous year for over 5,000 retailers. Throughout the year we provide updates on individual metrics that need adjustments.
Yes we cover research and data from a global perspective including Europe, Asia, and Latin America.
The database includes filtering and sorting features and functions to help you target specific retailers, parent companies, ecommerce service and technology vendors, and merchant and vendor categories.
In the Pro levels of membership, we estimate sales based on different regions of the world but we do not get down to state or city levels in our financials.
In the Pro levels of membership, we have both Annual Web Sales and Annual Total Sales for the Top 500 and Top 1000 databases only. All other databases currently only have Annual Web Sales.
Yes you can sort, filter, and save your reports for easy referencing.
No, our current database options for North America are Top 500, Top 1000, and Next 1000.
Retailers headquartered in Canada and Mexico would be found in the North American databases – specifically the Top 500 or Top 1000.
Please contact one of our team members for special bundled pricing.