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Study: Online shoppers more likely to buy at Wal-Mart than Target

Website research company EyeTrackShop recently took a look at websites for Target and Wal-Mart. It found that 70 percent of the people visiting Walmart.com answered they were ‘likely’ or ‘very likely’ to buy on the site.
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Website research company EyeTrackShop recently took a look at websites for Target and Wal-Mart. It found that 70 percent of the people visiting Walmart.com answered they were ‘likely’ or ‘very likely’ to buy on the site.

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