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The influence of different types of satisfaction on loyalty on C2C online shopping platform: From the perspective of sellers and the platform

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https://doi.org/10.52396/JUSTC-2022-0128
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  • Author Bio:

    Yanan Lu is a master student at the University of Science and Technology of China. She received her bachelor’s degree in Management from Hefei University of Technology of China in 2020. Her research mainly focuses on online consumer behavior and employee IT usage

    Yuting Wang is currently a post-doctor at Shanghai University. She received her Ph.D. degree in Management Science from the University of Science and Technology of China in 2022. Her research mainly focuses on supply chain management, management information system, and consumer behavior

  • Corresponding author: yutingw@shu.edu.cn
  • Received Date: 14 September 2022
  • Accepted Date: 07 February 2023
  • Available Online: 27 April 2023
  • With the rise and development of major types of platforms, the competition for resources has become extremely fierce, and the market share of C2C platforms has been seriously threatened by the loss of resources. Therefore, building and maintaining buyers’ satisfaction and loyalty to C2C platforms is critical to the survival and sustainability of C2C platforms in China. However, the current knowledge on how platform satisfaction and loyalty are constructed in the C2C e-commerce environment is incomplete. In this study, seller-based satisfaction and platform-based satisfaction are constructed separately. We further distinguish seller-based transaction satisfaction into economic and social satisfaction and explore their antecedents and consequences. To test our research hypotheses, we conduct a survey and collect data from a real online market (Taobao website). The results show that seller-based transaction satisfaction positively affects platform-based overall satisfaction and loyalty; perceived product quality, perceived assurance, and perceived price fairness all have a significant effect on economic satisfaction, whereas perceived relationship quality and perceived empathy significantly influence social satisfaction. These findings help us understand the literature related to customer satisfaction in the context of C2C in China and provide inspiration for online sellers and platforms.
    The figure summarizes the hypothesis test results of this study. Ten hypotheses are all supported.
    With the rise and development of major types of platforms, the competition for resources has become extremely fierce, and the market share of C2C platforms has been seriously threatened by the loss of resources. Therefore, building and maintaining buyers’ satisfaction and loyalty to C2C platforms is critical to the survival and sustainability of C2C platforms in China. However, the current knowledge on how platform satisfaction and loyalty are constructed in the C2C e-commerce environment is incomplete. In this study, seller-based satisfaction and platform-based satisfaction are constructed separately. We further distinguish seller-based transaction satisfaction into economic and social satisfaction and explore their antecedents and consequences. To test our research hypotheses, we conduct a survey and collect data from a real online market (Taobao website). The results show that seller-based transaction satisfaction positively affects platform-based overall satisfaction and loyalty; perceived product quality, perceived assurance, and perceived price fairness all have a significant effect on economic satisfaction, whereas perceived relationship quality and perceived empathy significantly influence social satisfaction. These findings help us understand the literature related to customer satisfaction in the context of C2C in China and provide inspiration for online sellers and platforms.
    • Seller-based transaction satisfaction positively influences platform-based overall satisfaction and loyalty.
    • We integrate the antecedents of satisfaction from a customer perception perspective into four dimensions based on product, service, price and relationship and find that the different dimensions have different associations with the economic and social satisfaction of sellers.
    • For Chinese C2C buyers, in addition to economic aspects, social satisfaction and its antecedents are more important factors that cannot be ignored for customer satisfaction.

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    Figure  1.  Research model.

    Figure  2.  PLS analysis results.

    [1]
    Ngo V M, Pavelková D. Moderating and mediating effects of switching costs on the relationship between service value, customer satisfaction and customer loyalty: Investigation of retail banking in Vietnam. Journal of International Studies, 2017, 10 (1): 9–33. doi: 10.14254/2071-8330.2017/10-1/1
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