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  • Holiday web sales beat forecast

    / E-Retailers

    Holiday web sales beat forecast

    Online retail sales increased 15% in November and December, comScore says today, ahead of the 14% the web tracking firm had predicted. Today’s estimate includes only purchases made on computers. When counting mobile devices, one analyst says the total growth will exceed 17%.

    Posted 01/07/2015Don DavisPost a comment

    Online retail sales increased 15% in November and December, comScore says today, ahead of the 14% the web tracking firm had predicted. Today’s estimate includes only purchases made on computers. When counting mobile devices, one analyst says the total growth will exceed 17%.
  • Holiday web sales grow 13.9%

    / Technology

    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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  • Three Top 500 retail chains ride the comeback trail

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    Three Top 500 retail chains ride the comeback trail

    J.C. Penney, Pier 1 Imports and Target are finalists for the inaugural Internet Retailer Excellence Awards in the Comeback of the Year category.

    Posted 05/06/2015Thad RueterPost a comment

    J.C. Penney, Pier 1 Imports and Target are finalists for the inaugural Internet Retailer Excellence Awards in the Comeback of the Year category.

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  • E-retail takeaways from the holiday season

    E-retail takeaways from the holiday season

    The atypical Christmas just past provides e-retailers lessons for Christmas future.

    Posted 02/03/2014Katie EvansPost a comment

    The atypical Christmas just past provides e-retailers lessons for Christmas future.

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    Consumer forecasts predict holiday spending online

    Two holiday shopping forecasts differ on the details, but reach the same conclusion that much of consumers’ holiday spending will be online this year. 41% of those surveyed by the NPD Group plan to buy online this holiday; Brand Keys forecasts 67%.

    Posted 11/04/2004Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Two holiday shopping forecasts differ on the details, but reach the same conclusion that much of consumers’ holiday spending will be online this year. 41% of those surveyed by the NPD Group plan to buy online this holiday; Brand Keys forecasts 67%.
  • E-commerce holiday sales set for double-digit growth

    / E-Retailers

    E-commerce holiday sales set for double-digit growth

    Deloitte projects that online sales and mail orders will increase at least 13.5% this year, far more than the 4.0% to 4.5% growth expected for all retail sales during the season. That would represent higher online sales growth than during the 2013 holiday season.

    Posted 09/24/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    …than the 4.0% to 4.5% growth expected for all retail sales during the season. That would represent higher online sales growth than during the 2013 holiday season.

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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%…
  • 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

    …, 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.

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  • Retailers might not be prepared for mobile shopping this holiday season

    / Mobile Commerce

    Retailers might not be prepared for mobile shopping this holiday season

    A study from CFI Group finds 57% of consumers use smartphones while shopping in stores, but retailers’ use of mobile tech focuses just on transactions.

    Posted 11/14/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    A study from CFI Group finds 57% of consumers use smartphones while shopping in stores, but retailers’ use of mobile tech focuses just on transactions.
  • The online holiday shopping season starts now

    / E-Retailers

    The online holiday shopping season starts now

    Amazon is again kicking off its holiday sales on Nov. 1, just two days away. Other top online retailers already are featuring holiday offers on their home pages, with at least one promising deals that are “better than Black Friday.”

    Posted 10/30/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    Amazon is again kicking off its holiday sales on Nov. 1, just two days away. Other top online retailers already are featuring holiday offers on their home pages, with at least one promising deals that are “better than Black Friday.”
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