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Though the clock is ticking on holiday shopping this year, retailers still have time to make the season brighter and improve the playbook for 2013. As demonstrated by the sales successes of Thanksgiving Day and Cyber Monday, the savviest retailers will be those that leverage advanced tools for managing paid search, mobile and PLA campaigns.
While a new report revealed that Apple, Best Buy and Kohl
Green Monday (Dec. 10) reached $1.275 billion in spending, up 13 percent vs. last year and ranking as the third heaviest online spending day for the season-to-date after Cyber Monday ($1.465 billion) and Tuesday, Dec. 4 ($1.362 billion), according to figures released by online measurement service comScore.
In order to keep customer retention, retailers need to focus on customer satisfaction. As retailers become more global, it
Knotice has released its annual mobile and tablet email survey, which revealed that during Cyber Week 46.76% of all emails opened from retailers were done so on a mobile device. The report also states that overall the mobile open rate during that week jumped to 50% over last year.
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. As holiday shopping kicks into full gear, there
Online shoppers have spent $26.6 billion to date this holiday season, according to comScore, marking a 13% increase versus the corresponding days last year. The most recent week saw three individual days eclipse $1 billion in spending
For the holiday season-to-date $21.4 billion has been spent online, marking a 14-percent increase versus the corresponding days last year. The most recent week saw three individual days eclipse $1 billion in spending, led by Cyber Monday, which became the heaviest online spending day on record at $1.46 billion.
Mobile purchasing for this holiday season is projected to constitute a greater percentage of online spending than ever before
by George Chang
Posted 3 days ago
Posted 3 days ago