Top 11 eCommerce Companies in United States (U.S.A.)

Top 11 eCommerce Companies in United States (U.S.A.)

Top 11 eCommerce Companies in the United States (USA)

What are the top 11 ecommerce companies in the United States? This is a question that many people have, as online shopping has become increasingly popular over the years. In this blog post, we will be exploring just that — the top eleven ecommerce companies in America. Keep reading to learn more.

eCommerce Companies in the USA:

Here’s the list of the top 11 eCommerce companies in the USA:


Considered the world’s largest online retail store, Amazon boasts over $61 billion in revenue and $15 billion just from media sales. Some of its most popular selling items include books, clothing, toys, and electronics such as computers and cell phones. You can look up products on their site or browse through categories with subcategories to find what you’re looking for. If you need help with your purchase, check out this blog post: How To Find Answers On Demand with Live Chat.


eBay is a global trading platform where people connect to buy and sell goods with ease worldwide, using PayPal as a payment processing company (non-negotiable). You can sign-up to sell your products on eBay for free. Here is a list of 21 ways to sell more on eBay.

3) Sears Holdings Corporation

This parent company owns both the Kmart and Sears retail chains, which are now online with Wish Book, an eCommerce catalog brimming with designer fashions, appliance deals, tools for home improvement projects, and toys.

4) L Brands Inc.

You probably know this corporation as Victoria’s Secret, but it has diversified its business into Bath & Body Works, Henri Bendel and recently launched two new fashion brands: SvoeMesto in 2014 and Eloquii in 2015. With over 1 million Facebook fans, each brand has a great social media presence.

5) Macy’s

Macy’s was once described as “the greatest merchant in the world” by The New York Times and is currently the largest, most well-known department store in America. But did you know that this online retailer also sells furniture and mattresses in addition to selling clothes and accessories? (Yes, please) On their site, you can find an entire department dedicated to home goods, where they sell everything from kitchen appliances to patio furniture to garden decor. Start your search here: Find Your Way through Tons of Furniture on

6) Google

Few companies do it better than Google with its well-known shopping site, Google Shopping, for eCommerce. But what you might not know is that Google wants to take over your wallet with its new mobile payment system, Android Pay which works on all iPhones 6 and 6 Plus.


This online retailer has made a name for itself by providing discounted rates using the retail strategy of “liquidation” to sell overstocked inventory at steep discounts, but shoppers can expect full-price items as well. Many items are also available for purchase in-store only because this company actually started out as a brick-and-mortar store way before eCommerce was even invented. Today, they still have 22 million customers visiting their site each month, so it’s no wonder they boast $1 billion in annual sales.

8) J.C Penney

It is a department store that continues to be the “go-to” destination for clothing, appliances, and home goods and is now competing with Amazon by offering low prices on name brands plus free shipping when you spend over $50.

9) Barnes & Noble

Barnes & Noble Inc., which has several popular bookstores in New York City, Chicago, Pasadena, and Union Square in San Francisco, is one of America’s most well-known brick-and-mortar bookstore chains. But did you know they also have their eCommerce site offering books, eBooks, NOOKs (electronic reading tablets), jewelry, toys, and even wine?

10) Kroger

In addition to being the largest supermarket chain in America, Kroger has been selling online since 1999. Their eCommerce site offers a wide selection of groceries and specialty items, all shipped free with orders over $35.

11) Costco Wholesale Corporation

This warehouse retail chain is popular for its bulk-size products that offer amazing discounts if you purchase in large quantities. You can shop in their physical warehouses or online through Costco’s website using your preferred method, as well as bring your bag as part of their “no packaging” policy. In addition, they also offer home delivery from vendors such as DoorDash, where orders over $75 will arrive at your doorstep within 2 hours or less. So get started now: Save Big Using Exclusive Deals from Costco Now.


With so many eCommerce companies in the U.S., it can be hard to figure out which one is right for your business. Check out our list of 11 top-rated, highly regarded ecommerce companies below and determine if any are a good match for you! If not, don’t worry — we have more than 20 others listed on this page that could work too. We’re happy to help you find the best fit for your company’s needs; just contact us.




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