Burlington is the most-visited city in the UK, with a whopping 70% of all online transactions happening there, according to research from Zacks Investment Research.
The city also leads in the number of people visiting their local shop or nail shop per day.
Burlington also ranks first in the country for visits per person per week, the data shows.
Buried deep in the data are some surprising results for our favourite online shopping destination.
Burlington is home to several nail shops.
The local nail salon, a staple in the area for decades, has recently closed and is now only open during the weekends, and its Facebook page has since been removed.
Lush is a popular nail polish brand with a thriving online following.
Its nail polish range is one of the largest online sellers of its type in the world.
Handsome is a luxury nail polish and skin care brand based in the city.
They have a loyal following, and they have a Facebook page that boasts over 12 million likes.
I Got The Sun is a lifestyle brand with huge online following, with over 13 million likes and a dedicated Instagram account.
Sharky is a nail polish company that has been selling nail polish online for over five years.
It has over 10 million Instagram followers.
Scented is an online grooming brand that has a strong following of beauty enthusiasts.
They have a dedicated website with more than 9.5 million likes, and it has also made it to the top of the UK’s most popular shopping destinations for online shopping.
Burndesiders online shopping habits and online shopping patterns are different to their home city.
For example, shoppers tend to shop in the centre of town and in busy shopping areas.
A new study shows that people in the US and the UK tend to spend significantly more on their groceries than those in Burundi.
Survey respondents from all over the world were asked to rate how often they visit a store, where they bought their goods, and the amount they spent on groceries in different countries.
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