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  • Online sales rise 8.3% Christmas Day

    / E-Retailers

    Online sales rise 8.3% Christmas Day

    Average order value was up 6.2% on the holiday versus Christmas Day 2013, IBM says. Amazon reports attracting 10 million new Prime customers during the holiday season and UPS gears up to handle 4 million returns in the first week of January.

    Posted 12/26/2014Don DavisPost a comment

    Average order value was up 6.2% on the holiday versus Christmas Day 2013, IBM says. Amazon reports attracting 10 million new Prime customers during the holiday season and UPS gears up to handle 4 million returns in the first week of January.

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  • Holiday web sales increase 15% so far this season

    / E-Retailers

    Holiday web sales increase 15% so far this season

    The final full holiday shopping week brought a year-over-year web sales increase of 18%, comScore says.

    Posted 12/23/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    The final full holiday shopping week brought a year-over-year web sales increase of 18%, comScore says.
  • Oracle buys Datalogix for an undisclosed price

    / E-Commerce Solution Providers

    Oracle buys Datalogix for an undisclosed price

    Oracle aims to strengthen its ability to connect offline sales to online advertising efforts with the acquisition.

    Posted 12/22/2014Matt LindnerPost a comment

    Oracle aims to strengthen its ability to connect offline sales to online advertising efforts with the acquisition.
  • The mobile holiday rush continues

    / E-Retailers

    The mobile holiday rush continues

    Shoppers are shopping more on their smartphones than ever before, and that continued during the second week of December, according to Custora. Meanwhile, ComScore says sales growth via desktop computers slowed slightly during the second week of December.

    Posted 12/17/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    Shoppers are shopping more on their smartphones than ever before, and that continued during the second week of December, according to Custora. Meanwhile, ComScore says sales growth via desktop computers slowed slightly during the second week of December.

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  • Online sales are up 15% for the holiday season

    / E-Retailers

    Online sales are up 15% for the holiday season

    This past Monday lived up to its Green Monday moniker, producing more than $1.6 billion in sales for U.S. online retailers, comScore says, making it the third strongest day for web sales so far this holiday season. And that just counts sales on PCs, not mobile devices, which have been coming in at more than 20% of online sales.

    Posted 12/10/2014Matt LindnerPost a comment

    This past Monday lived up to its Green Monday moniker, producing more than $1.6 billion in sales for U.S. online retailers, comScore says, making it the third strongest day for web sales so far this holiday season. And that just counts sales on PCs, not mobile devices, which have been coming in at…

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  • A single-day e-commerce sales record

    / E-Retailers

    A single-day e-commerce sales record

    Online retail sales on Cyber Monday topped $2 billion, comScore says, the first time that mark has been breached in a single day. And that just counts purchases on computers, not mobile devices. Consumers spent 17% more via desktop computers than last year, Over the weekend, consumers spent 26% more than 2013.

    Posted 12/03/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    Online retail sales on Cyber Monday topped $2 billion, comScore says, the first time that mark has been breached in a single day. And that just counts purchases on computers, not mobile devices. Consumers spent 17% more via desktop computers than last year, Over the weekend, consumers spent 26%…

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  • The holiday shopping season prepares for its mobile moment

    / Mobile Commerce

    The holiday shopping season prepares for its mobile moment

    40% of online retail sales on Black Friday through Cyber Monday will come from a mobile device, one technology provider predicts. And retailers are using technology to capture these mobile dollars both in stores and online.

    Posted 11/25/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    40% of online retail sales on Black Friday through Cyber Monday will come from a mobile device, one technology provider predicts. And retailers are using technology to capture these mobile dollars both in stores and online.
  • Holiday e-retail increases at least 11% so far this season

    / E-Retailers

    Holiday e-retail increases at least 11% so far this season

    A comScore report finds that U.S. consumers have spent more than $17.5 billion from desktop computers.

    Posted 11/25/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    A comScore report finds that U.S. consumers have spent more than $17.5 billion from desktop computers.
  • Hold the phone: 66% of time spent with e-retail is on mobile

    / Mobile Commerce

    Hold the phone: 66% of time spent with e-retail is on mobile

    So, clearly, it’s not a passing fad. Clever use of mobile apps by retailers such as Target and Wal-Mart is driving more consumers to mobile shopping. Wal-Mart’s mobile time spent doubled in a month with the release of a key new app feature.

    Posted 11/20/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    So, clearly, it’s not a passing fad. Clever use of mobile apps by retailers such as Target and Wal-Mart is driving more consumers to mobile shopping. Wal-Mart’s mobile time spent doubled in a month with the release of a key new app feature.
  • comScore predicts 16% growth in holiday web sales

    / E-Retailers

    comScore predicts 16% growth in holiday web sales

    That includes a 25% increase in sales from consumers using mobile devices. Online purchases on PCs will increase 14% over last year, comScore says.

    Posted 11/18/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    That includes a 25% increase in sales from consumers using mobile devices. Online purchases on PCs will increase 14% over last year, comScore says.
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