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  • Black Friday entices online shoppers

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    Black Friday entices online shoppers

    Black Friday online sales were up 9.5% year over year, IBM says, as robust sales on Thanksgiving Day ate into Friday's totals. The e-commerce sites of two Top 500 retail chains faltered under the load of holiday traffic.

    Posted 11/28/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    Black Friday online sales were up 9.5% year over year, IBM says, as robust sales on Thanksgiving Day ate into Friday's totals. The e-commerce sites of two Top 500 retail chains faltered under the load of holiday traffic.

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  • E-retailers move into holiday mode

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    E-retailers move into holiday mode

    As the calendar turned to November, many major online retailers began decking their e-commerce sites with holiday offers, an Internet Retailer survey shows. This holiday shopping season is another short one—just 27 days between Thanksgiving and Christmas—so retailers are trying to capture purchases early.

    Posted 11/07/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    As the calendar turned to November, many major online retailers began decking their e-commerce sites with holiday offers, an Internet Retailer survey shows. This holiday shopping season is another short one—just 27 days between Thanksgiving and Christmas—so retailers are trying to capture…

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  • Cyber Monday’s mobile moment

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    Cyber Monday’s mobile moment

    While the web sales growth estimates vary from 8.5% to 16.0%, one thing is certain: Consumers are shopping more and more using mobile devices. For the five-day period from Thanksgiving to Cyber Monday, online sales increased 12.6%, IBM says, while Adobe pegs the increase at 20.0%.

    Posted 12/02/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    While the web sales growth estimates vary from 8.5% to 16.0%, one thing is certain: Consumers are shopping more and more using mobile devices. For the five-day period from Thanksgiving to Cyber Monday, online sales increased 12.6%, IBM says, while Adobe pegs the increase at 20.0%.

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  • A merry and mobile holiday weekend for web retailers

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    A merry and mobile holiday weekend for web retailers

    Online retail sales were up 32% on Thanksgiving Day versus last year and 26% on Friday, comScore reports, just counting sales made on personal computers. Counting mobile devices, the increases would be bigger. But NRF and ShopperTrak say total retail sales were off for the holiday weekend.

    Posted 11/30/2014Don DavisPost a comment

    Online retail sales were up 32% on Thanksgiving Day versus last year and 26% on Friday, comScore reports, just counting sales made on personal computers. Counting mobile devices, the increases would be bigger. But NRF and ShopperTrak say total retail sales were off for the holiday weekend.

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  • Retailers aren’t waiting for the Thanksgiving turkey to cool

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    Retailers aren’t waiting for the Thanksgiving turkey to cool

    And shoppers won’t either. Research shows 39% of consumers will shop on Thanksgiving Day, up from 23% in 2013, and most will go online to research or buy. At least 20 Top 500 retailers are ready to welcome them by opening their stores on Thanksgiving Day itself.

    Posted 11/26/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    And shoppers won’t either. Research shows 39% of consumers will shop on Thanksgiving Day, up from 23% in 2013, and most will go online to research or buy. At least 20 Top 500 retailers are ready to welcome them by opening their stores on Thanksgiving Day itself.

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  • Holiday web sales grow 13.9%

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    Holiday web sales grow 13.9%

    Sales on key shopping days came in below expectations as retailers offered deals well before Thanksgiving. Consumers spent less per transaction and shopped more on mobile devices.

    Posted 01/05/2015Allison EnrightPost a comment

    Sales on key shopping days came in below expectations as retailers offered deals well before Thanksgiving. Consumers spent less per transaction and shopped more on mobile devices.

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  • A strong online Black Friday

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    A strong online Black Friday

    After shopping heavily on Thanksgiving, consumers headed back to the web today.

    Posted 11/29/2013Thad RueterPost a comment

    After shopping heavily on Thanksgiving, consumers headed back to the web today.
  • Shoppers gobble up holiday deals on Thanksgiving

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    Shoppers gobble up holiday deals on Thanksgiving

    IBM estimates web sales increased 14.3% on Thanksgiving Day over last year, while Adobe estimates web sales are ahead by 27%. Both estimate mobile capturing a larger share of web sales over 2013.

    Posted 11/27/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    IBM estimates web sales increased 14.3% on Thanksgiving Day over last year, while Adobe estimates web sales are ahead by 27%. Both estimate mobile capturing a larger share of web sales over 2013.
  • Black Friday brings a 20.7% sales bump for e-retailers

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    Black Friday brings a 20.7% sales bump for e-retailers

    More shoppers made purchases with their mobile devices than last year.

    Posted 11/23/2012Thad RueterPost a comment

    More shoppers made purchases with their mobile devices than last year.

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  • Holiday web sales will start strong during Thanksgiving weekend

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    Holiday web sales will start strong during Thanksgiving weekend

    IBM predicts the biggest online shopping day of the holiday season will be Cyber Monday, with a projected web sales growth rate of 15.8% over that same day in 2013, while Adobe predicts the biggest growth in web sales will come on Black Friday, with a 28% increase over 2013.

    Posted 11/06/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    …with a projected web sales growth rate of 15.8% over that same day in 2013, while Adobe predicts the biggest growth in web sales will come on Black Friday, with a 28% increase over 2013.

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