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Online prices will hit rock bottom on Thanksgiving Day, lower than any other day during the holiday season, according to the 2014 Digital Index Online Shopping Forecast. Here’s a look at some of the other trends ecommerce merchants need to watch this holiday season.
Jewelry and accessories retailer Alex and Ani saw a 73% lift in monthly email revenue and 36% lift in monthly revenue through using abandoned cart emails.
Ahead of Singles Day 2014, the Chinese government is warning ecommerce firms, including Alibaba and JD.com, to do all they can to keep all transactions free of fraud. The warning was issued based on numerous consumer complaints from past years.
Mobile is expected to be the primary driver of online growth this holiday season, primarily during the official start on Cyber Weekend.
Global payment gateway BlueSnap announced today that Yoyo, a mobile marketing and payments platform, has selected BlueSnap to power its international transactions.
This month, shoppers can search for an item on their smartphone, and see what’s stocked at their nearest Macy’s location using Google. This video shows how that this partnership means for the holiday season.
This holiday season, toys will be the most popular gift category as retailers gear up for shoppers to hit their online and bricks-and-mortar stores. See which toy brand is the most popular this year.
In its never-ending ecommerce battle with rival Amazon, Walmart announced the availability of free shipping on its top 100 gifts, as selected by its buyers, through Dec. 20.
This year, online holiday sales are expected to grow between eight and 11% over 2013, to as much as $105 billion.
Halloween is steadily approaching and everyone is putting the final touches on costumes and gearing up for the holiday.
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