What Effects Repurchase Intention of Online Shopping

  • Suhaily L
  • Soelasih Y
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The development of the internet raises opportunities for the marketing of a product and bring new forms for retail transactions, one of which is online shopping.  Furthermore with the Internet, online consumers more easily gain access to information and they offered a wide variety of products and services that can be selected at competitive prices. The purpose of this study is to determine whether there is influence of E-Service Quality, Price Perception and Experiential Marketing to Repurchase Intention which mediated by Customer Satisfaction in On-line Shopping. The amount of samples is 180 respondents. Questionnaires were distributed to respondents who have shopped using online shopping with random sampling method. This study uses data analysis of Structural Equation Modeling by using Lisrel software. The result showed that there is the influence of e-service quality to customer satisfaction and to repurchase intention, while repurchase intention has negative influence occurs. Furthermore, price has no influence to customer satisfaction but has an influence to repurchase intention. Experiential marketing has no influence to customer satisfaction and repurchase intention. Customer satifaction has positive effect on repurchase intention. The effect of e-service quality and experiential marketing through customer satisfaction as mediation variable has no influence to repurchase intention, while price perception influence to repurchase intention.




Suhaily, L., & Soelasih, Y. (2017). What Effects Repurchase Intention of Online Shopping. International Business Research, 10(12), 113. https://doi.org/10.5539/ibr.v10n12p113

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