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Harrods named most popular department store in the world

New data has shown that Harrods took the top spot, with Selfridges coming in at second place, and New York’s Macy’s in third. – – used three metrics to determine the top department stores, including the average global Google search volumes, along with Instagram hashtags and TikTok views.

Harrods scored 10 out of 10, with 134,000 people per month Googling the store. Shoppers have thus far uploaded 1.5 million images of the retailer on Instagram.

Selfridges took second place, with 9.49 out of ten. Google searches for the retailer averaged 109,000 per month, but it is loved on TikTok, with over 47 million views on the platform.

Macy’s is the largest department store in the US, and despite having lower google search rankings, the store receives over 1.2 million hashtags on Instagram, and 2.3 billion views on TikTok.

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