Cyber Monday is one of the biggest online shopping days of the year, this holiday sits on a convergence of a series of trends- it’s the holiday season, stores offer low prices and companies release a lot of new products. However, shopping days as big as this does not need to only be during the holiday season. Retailers can have big sales throughout the year by taking advantage of several other trends they may not have thought of. Here is a list of events and trends you may want to think about to keep customers coming back long after the traditional holiday season.
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