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Published By: DRIP     Published Date: Aug 23, 2019
The stretch from Thanksgiving Day to Cyber Monday is an online shopping free-for-all, but is your ecommerce store making as much money as it could on the biggest sales days of the year? This quick-look guide shows online store owners how to make more this holiday season. Your profits go up when the middleman goes out—so say “goodbye” to Amazon and “hello” to Drip as you cash in on Cyber Week.
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Published By: Adobe     Published Date: Apr 23, 2018
See the 2017 retail holiday recap for learnings you can use while planning for Holiday 2018. Why the target audience should care: Get the trends from last year’s holiday season so you can predict your results this year. Find out why Black Friday online sales are expected to surpass Cyber Monday’s, why bigger retailers are stealing online share from smaller retailers, and why search advertising and mobile optimization should be your top priorities this season.
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Published By: Adobe     Published Date: Apr 23, 2018
KEY FINDINGS 1. Online holiday shopping season in 2017 tops expectations. Online shopping totaled $108.2B during the 2017 holiday season, representing 14.7% growth year-over year ($107.4B, 13.8% growth predicted) 2. The Thanksgiving weekend was one for the record books. Holiday shoppers took full advantage of deep discounts and spent over $19B dollars during the five days between Thanksgiving and Cyber Monday 3. Cyber Monday and Black Friday stay dominant and emerge as mobile mega-days. Cyber Monday was the first day with over $2.0B in mobile shopping alone 4. Big retailers won big, but small retailers competed on key days. The largest retailers saw big holiday season growth while smaller retailers had an advantage during the Thanksgiving weekend, particularly on mobile devices 5. Big markets drive holiday growth. The nation’s largest markets saw big growth, particularly on key days
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Published By: Rackspace     Published Date: Apr 15, 2019
Scale events — like online sales and digital product launches — present great revenue opportunities, but they also present large risks to your business. Whether you are a retailer preparing for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, or a digital vendor launching a new service, your brand is both at its most visible and its most vulnerable during these scale events. Many more customers visit your site over a short period of time, raising the potential for resource constraints and discovery of software bugs. Information about issues spreads quickly via social media and news outlets. And, your customers typically spend more per transaction, so every lost order has a greater negative impact on your bottom line. Site reliability engineering (SRE) can help you better prepare for scale events through an iterative cycle of data-driven improvement.
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Published By: Adobe     Published Date: May 15, 2018
See the 2017 retail holiday recap for learnings you can use while planning for Holiday 2018. Get the trends from last year’s holiday season so you can predict your results this year. Find out why Black Friday online sales are expected to surpass Cyber Monday’s, why bigger retailers are stealing online share from smaller retailers, and why search advertising and mobile optimization should be your top priorities this season.
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Published By: Adobe     Published Date: May 15, 2018
KEY FINDINGS 1. Online holiday shopping season in 2017 tops expectations. Online shopping totaled $108.2B during the 2017 holiday season, representing 14.7% growth year-over year ($107.4B, 13.8% growth predicted) 2. The Thanksgiving weekend was one for the record books. Holiday shoppers took full advantage of deep discounts and spent over $19B dollars during the five days between Thanksgiving and Cyber Monday 3. Cyber Monday and Black Friday stay dominant and emerge as mobile mega-days. Cyber Monday was the first day with over $2.0B in mobile shopping alone 4. Big retailers won big, but small retailers competed on key days. The largest retailers saw big holiday season growth while smaller retailers had an advantage during the Thanksgiving weekend, particularly on mobile devices 5. Big markets drive holiday growth. The nation’s largest markets saw big growth, particularly on key days
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Published By: Affirm     Published Date: Sep 15, 2015
This article discusses ways that merchants can differentiate their messaging and sales for Black Friday and Cyber Monday in order to stand out from the pack and win over new and existing customers.
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sales, ecommerce, cyber monday, new and existing customers, merchants, e-commerce, traditional marketing
    
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Published By: Bazaarvoice     Published Date: Nov 05, 2014
How do shopping holidays like Cyber Monday and Boxing Day affect review usage? What does review traffic reveal about back-to-school shopping? Download The Conversation Index to see how customer conversations impact the global shopping seasons.
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bazaarvoice, shopper conversations, social data, research peaks, holiday shoppers, customer feedback, cyber monday, black friday
    
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Published By: Bazaarvoice     Published Date: Aug 01, 2014
How do shopping holidays like Cyber Monday and Boxing Day affect review usage? What does review traffic reveal about back-to-school shopping? Download The Conversation Index to see how customer conversations impact the global shopping seasons.
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bazaarvoice, holiday sales, growth, cyber monday, boxing day, review usage, traffic, emerging marketing
    
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Published By: CMO.com     Published Date: May 10, 2016
According to ADI's research, U.S. summer online travel spend on flights and hotels is expected to grow 5.5% in 2016, reaching $82.9 billion. Memorial Day weekend is expected to generate $3.05 billion, July Fourth weekend $3.22 billion, and Labor Day weekend $2.92 billion.
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Published By: AdRoll     Published Date: Aug 22, 2017
For most retailers, the holidays are a frenzied rush of juggling multiple campaigns, meeting revenue goals, and hitting lofty numbers before the year is up. It’s far from a relaxing time of year. The holiday season has become critically important to online retailers. With the rise of Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday, Green Monday, Super Saturday, and Boxing Day, the definition of “the holidays” has expanded substantially. While these retail days have helped distribute the holiday rush across a wider range, they’ve also made holiday campaign planning far more complex. Expanding digital channels, such as mobile and social media, have added to the immense opportunities that the holidays provide. Just last year, mobile accounted for 50.3% of all e-commerce traffic, surpassed desktop traffic for the first time ever. Knowing this, it shouldn’t be a surprise that 38% of shoppers now say they will not return to a retailer’s website if it’s not mobile optimized.
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holiday planning, retail, black friday, social media, mobile
    
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