Black Friday Surpasses Cyber Monday in Global Ecommerce

| Daniela Forte

Black Friday global ecommerce sales growth surpassed Cyber Monday in major markets by more than 34%, according to data by eShopWorld. The data revealed that in these same markets, global ecommerce sales growth was higher on both Saturday and Sunday (Nov. 24 and 25) than on either Black Friday or Cyber Monday.

Black Friday and Sales Tax: A Potentially Risky Combination

| Todd Suchevits

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are bonanzas for online sellers. But there could be a downside this year thanks to the Supreme Court’s South Dakota vs. Wayfair decision, which says states can charge online retailers’ sales tax, regardless of the company’s physical location. Here are 4 things to keep on top of heading into the holidays.

3 Key Online Strategies for Cyber Week II

| David Feinleib

Brands work all summer and fall to prepare for the holiday season, but their work isn’t done when Christmas is over. There is a second major wave of holiday shopping to prepare for: Cyber Week II, which starts on Christmas Day and the week after. Here are three online strategies to achieve success during Cyber Week II.

5 Tips to Keep Customers’ Data Secure for the Holidays

| Garry McCracken

In no time at all, Black Friday and Cyber Monday will be upon us. And that means that consumers will be heading to stores or jumping on their computers to shop for the best deals on things they’d like to buy. Here are five tips to keep your customers safe and secure this holiday season.

Scoring Big with Chinese Shoppers on Ecommerce Holidays

| Franklin Chu

Global ecommerce holidays have become increasingly pervasive and lucrative, as ever-growing results prove. These insights from the 618 Festival will help U.S. merchants prepare for other upcoming ecommerce events, including China’s Singles Day, the biggest sales event in global retail.

Holiday Digital Shopping Dominated 2017: Here’s Why

| Rick Kenney

This year, shoppers pulled their holiday digital spending earlier than ever, marking a massive shift. Instead of waiting for Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals to hit, they started the Wednesday before Thanksgiving to get a jump on holiday shopping and that momentum carried on throughout the weekend.