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Blame “cuffing season,” the significance of the clock striking midnight on NYE, and the Hallmark-laden Valentine’s Day. From mid-Fall to mid-February society celebrates being a part of a union. Finally in the midst of it all came a shopping holiday...

  • Black Friday 2018: The TakeawaysBlack Friday 2018: The TakeawaysNovember 26th, 2018Black Friday has nearly become as much of a holiday as Thanksgiving in the U.S. The lure of deep discounts, doorbusters, and the thrill of the hunt have been reasons why Americans view this day as the kick-off to the...
  • Markdowns: How Much is Too Much?Markdowns: How Much is Too Much?December 21st, 2017It’s a tale as old as time….the story of the consumer and the markdown. It is a love story so great that it has its own holiday in its honor- the infamous “Black Friday.” In addition, consumers have become so...
  • And the Results Are In… Cyber Monday Beat Black Friday SalesAnd the Results Are In… Cyber Monday Beat Black Friday SalesNovember 28th, 2017For those who were able to pull themselves off the couch and fight through their weekend long Thanksgiving food comas to shop, it was one of the most successful weekends in years for retail. Interestingly enough, this year was the first...
  • The Origins of Black FridayNovember 26th, 2017How did you spend this past holiday weekend? As American Thanksgiving stereotypes would say you either A.) Ate turkey and mashed potatoes until you couldn’t see straight. B.) Argued with family over politics/avoided uncomfortable questions about your future C.) Watched...
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  • Product categories that will be a hit with holiday shoppersProduct Categories Projected to Be a Hit with Holiday ShoppersNovember 1st, 2017It may be less than 24 hours since we bid adieu to Halloween and already Christmas music is wafting out of speakers and storefronts have switched out orange and black for green and red. It’s official, holiday season is among...
  • REI Encourages Boycott Of Thanksgiving And Black FridayOctober 27th, 2016For the second year in a row, REI is shutting their doors on Thanksgiving and Black Friday. Consumers will not be able to buy from the company, as they will be boycotting the traditional shopping days. With their #OptOutside campaign,...
  • Why Your Holiday Email Marketing Should Start NowSeptember 29th, 2016It feels like summer has just ended, yet we’re moving right on into the holiday season. Yes, Christmas is still 3 months away, but don’t forget we’ve got Halloween and Thanksgiving right around the corner. The worst thing you can...
  • Wall Street Finds 2015 Black Friday Outcome Disappointing: Results in US Stock DropDecember 2nd, 2015For 2015, Wall Street has found this year more than a little disappointing in terms of the final figures for Black Friday. If anything, the numbers are suggesting a rather lukewarm leap into the holiday shopping season, and retailers, as...
  • Black Friday’s Shoppers Are Going MobileNovember 27th, 2015Thanks to the advent of mobile technologies and Internet shopping solutions, more and more Black Friday shoppers are going mobile. Rightly so, as many shoppers dedicated to Black Friday shopping sales, still admittedly hate the long lines in the store,...
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  • Mobile Shopping Shapes Future of Ecommerce as ‘Black Friday’ and ‘Cyber Monday’ Register Record-Breaking SalesNovember 28th, 2012Customers are increasingly becoming comfortable about using mobile devices for online shopping. Digital analysts report that both Black Friday and Cyber Monday set new records this year in terms of sales, with noticeable jumps in purchases made using tablets and...
  • Online Sales Up Over Store SalesNovember 26th, 2012Web retail sales increased 29.3% for Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday, while store sales remained flat, according to comScore and Chase. comScore predicted today’s Cyber Monday sales will likely be the holiday season’s biggest day for online shopping. Black Friday...
  • Merchants Offer More Discounts, Believe US Economy Will ImproveNovember 22nd, 2012According to a survey of 40 online retailers conducted by consumer research firm BIGinsight and Shop.org covering the period from Sept. 25 to Oct. 11, 97% of web retailers will offer some kind of special promotion over the Thanksgiving weekend,...
  • Online Retailers Hit Billion Dollar Days Last WeekDecember 20th, 2011ComScore reported that Internet retailers made over $1 billion in online sales on four of the five workdays last week. That means ecommerce is almost 15 percent ahead of last year for this holiday season, although growth is slowing a bit compared to the frenzy around the Thanksgiving weekend.
  • U.S. Retailers Plan Thanksgiving Day DealsNovember 24th, 2011A Shop.com Survey reports that half of online retailers plan special offers on Turkey Day. And over 90 percent of e-retailers will offer deals over the Black Friday holiday weekend, including discounts, coupons and free shipping.
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  • Preparing for Holiday Mobile ShoppersSeptember 13th, 2011With Black Friday a couple months away, the Google Mobile Ads Blog is sharing a few insights on what marketers can expect for the holiday shopping season. After reading these stats, all retailers and web merchants should start preparing for the holidays right now, ensuring their mobile sites are user friendly, creating great mobile content and coupon offers. Merchants can expect increased mobile searches, higher mobile ad response, more coupon users and more early holiday shoppers using smartphones and tablets.
  • Who’s Not Waiting for the Best of 2010 Holiday Deals?November 8th, 2010It looks like Black Friday this year, stores aren't waiting until the notoriously frenzied nation-wide shopping day to cut prices on toys, electronics, and other items. In addition, several of the most popular consumer retail chains and outlets will be eager to start the holiday sales rush just a little earlier than ever, according to industry experts. Which kinds of businesses do this will depend upon a few key variables, and on the goods that are offered.
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