This study attempts to analyze the factors that influence attitudes toward online shopping in Indonesia. The population in this study is consumers who have experience buying products online through social media or e-commerce. The implication of the study is enriching the behavioural marketing studies about factors that influence online product purchases and suggest the marketers create a more effective marketing strategy based on different customer level of trust. The study results showed that perceived benefit and trust are the driving factors of consumer attitudes to make online purchases. In this study, perceived benefit functions as a mediator of trust influence on attitude. This study reveals that high levels of trust influence consumer attitudes toward online shopping while at low levels of trust, consumer attitudes will be more influenced by perceived benefits.
|Number of pages||11|
|Journal||International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management|
|Publication status||Published - Dec 2020|
- Consumer attitude
- Online shopping
- Perceived benefit