11/30/06

Internet Retailer announces its Top 50 web sites for 2007

Internet Retailer today announced its Top 50 Best of the Web online retailing web sites, representing the range of online retailing, from small to large, and including chains, catalogers, online-only merchants and brand name manufacturers.

Kurt Peters , Executive Editor

Internet Retailer today announced its Top 50 Best of the Web online retailing web sites. “We are pleased to recognize The Top 50 for 2007. They reflect the best of what retailers can do online,” says Kurt T. Peters, editor in chief. “Retailers in our Top 50 represent the range of online retailing, from small to large, and include chains, catalogers, online-only merchants and brand name manufacturers. What they have in common is the willingness to innovate and set the standards for what the rest of the industry should be doing.”

This year’s sites range in size from Amazon.com, which continues to execute a brilliant online strategy while growing rapidly, to such smaller sites as AppliancePartsPros.com, which is a great example of how the Internet makes possible businesses that would have a hard time existing without the web.

Apparel & Accessories

AE.com
FamousFootwear.com
Gap.com
NikeStore.com
Nordstrom.com
Polo.com
Spiegel.com
Talbots.com
Zappos.com

Books/CDs/DVDs
Abebooks.com
iTunes.com
Netflix.com
SimplyAudioBooks.com

Computers/Electronics
BestBuy.com
Crutchfield.com
Dell.com
GameStop.com
JR.com
Palm.com
TigerDirect.com
YesAsia.com

Flowers/Gifts/Jewelry
1-800-Flowers.com
BlueNile.com
BuildABear.com
Ice.com
Zazzle.com

Food/Drug
FreshDirect.com
GreenMountainCoffee.com
OmahaSteaks.com

Housewares/Home Furnishings
Chiasso.com
Cooking.com
LumberLiquidators.com
Williams-Sonoma Home

Mass Merchants/Department Stores
Amazon.com
Buy.com
Costco.com
JCP.com
SmartBargains.com

Specialty/Non-Apparel
AppliancePartsPros.com
Backcountry.com
BassProShops.com
Bodybuilding.com
DoverSaddlery.com
DrsFosterSmith.com
JCWhitney.com
Moosejaw.com
NFLShop.com
Petco.com
PetsUnited
SportsmansGuide.com

Topics:

Amazon.com, Backcountry.com, Electronic commerce, Gap, Online retailers

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