Rachana, Sujaya H.

A Systematic Review on Customers Shopping Response towards Online Impulsive Buying Behaviour

  • General Medicine

Purpose: Online Impulsive buying, which accounts for 40% of sales in developed nations, has a big impact on the current consumer markets. The purpose of this study is to thoroughly investigate the complicated dynamics of this behaviour, comprehending the factors that lead to impulsive purchases and the subtle interactions between customer trust and buy intents. The research is aimed at providing essential insights into the changing digital consumer landscape that is impacted by the interaction of convenience, emotional triggers, and impulsive behaviour. Specifically, it aims to unravel the change from trust to intention to buy and ultimately leading to online impulsive buying. Design/Methodology/Approach: This study depends on secondary sources gathered from a variety of sources, including case studies, journal articles, magazines, books, and internet searches. Findings/Result: Findings reveal that, retailers are strategically using consumers' emotions to drive impulsive purchases through their online shopping habits. Contextual considerations, trust-building programs, and website subtleties all significantly influence decision-making. These results highlight the crucial role that these components play in influencing online impulsive purchases, providing businesses with a framework to encourage impulsive buying, client loyalty, and happiness in the ever-changing world of e-commerce. Originality/Value: This review summarizes findings from the research on the various aspects influencing consumers' online purchasing decisions. It provides a thorough grasp of the factors influencing consumers' online buying behaviour, making it a valuable resource for internet businesses and marketers. Equipped with this understanding, enterprises can devise customized promotional plans intended to enhance spontaneous purchasing, resulting in increased revenue and profitability within the virtual marketplace. Type of Paper: Literature Review

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