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Shopatron reported an astounding 59% increase in orders for its clients between Black Friday and Cyber Monday compared to the same days last year. But those may not be the most impressive numbers for the popular online shopping weekend. More impressive was the growth of mobile sales on Shopatron’s retail-integrated order management platform, generating 161% more orders on Black Friday and Cyber Monday than in 2011 and accounting for about 15% of total client sales.
Across Adlicent’s client base, year-over-year revenue skyrocketed 72% on Black Friday with an 18% increase in spend. On Cyber Monday, year-over-year revenue surged 41% while spend increased by 19%.
The “2012 Harris Poll Shopper Satisfaction Study of Online Retailers: A Look at The Online Shopping Landscape,” a study of online shopper satisfaction, found that a majority of online U.S. adults are satisfied with the overall online shopping experience. Here’s why Amazon topped the list of 14 retailers.
Wayfair.com reported record Cyber Monday sales at $6.4 million, a 60% increase in year over year growth. The company exceeded $16 million in sales over the long holiday weekend from Thanksgiving Day through Cyber Monday, with a 75% increase in percentage of revenue from mobile. Branded search was up by 117% on Monday, a direct result of the company’s television advertising campaign that kicked off in September.
Nearly 65% of ecommerce shopping carts go unclaimed for various reasons: high shipping costs, confused messaging, distracting pop-ups, repetitive forms, or perhaps merely a desire to virtually
Holiday shoppers turned Cyber Monday into the biggest spending day ever with online sales growing 30.3 percent over the same period last year, according to cloud-based analytics findings by IBM.
EMS did not skip a beat with its Cyber Monday ready mobile page. It was fast, the fonts, colors and graphics all stuck out, and it was very easy to navigate through.
When I did find an item I wanted and placed it in my cart, the purchase options included pop-ups, which were nearly impossible to close with your finger. Once those hurdles were passed, the site completely crashed at about 3:30 p.m. Eastern on Cyber Monday, after entering my personal information.
Baseball is a big sport, but you need tiny little fingers to navigate the MLB.com Shop on an iPad. The left-hand nav and the dropdowns are tough to maneuver if you have fat fingers, or are just clumsy like me. But once I got to where I wanted to be
This was the easiest shopping experience I have ever had on a mobile device. It took all of about five minutes from the moment I clicked on the email promotion to getting an order confirmation in my inbox. The only downside was attempting to type in my credit card information in the small fields.
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