Monday, November 21, 2011

Online Holiday Sales Expected to Increase 15%


Forrester Research predicts that online sales are expected to increase 15%, year-over-year, totaling 60 billion in sales, despite the weak economy.

The Report points to shoppers hunting for better online deals, increasing recognition of key shopping dates like Cyber Monday, as well as retailers creating robust online sales to meet shopper expectations. "Tablet commerce," is also on the rise, with tens of millions of consumers contributing to the rise in sales.  

Stand Out this Holiday Season
To help you strengthen your online presence and attract more qualified holiday shoppers this Black Friday & Cyber Monday GoDataFeed has assembled its top shopping channel management strategies for 2011. 

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This complimentary download includes:

  • Top 2010 Holiday Spending Days - Review last year's top internet shopping days
  • 2011's Big Shopping Days - Mark Your Calendar
  • Top Holiday Strategies for Q4 - Month-by-Month best practices and actionable tactics to get you holiday-ready
  • Reach More Shoppers - GoDataFeed's Top Shopping Channel & eCommerce Service Picks

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Many pay-per-click channels are offering free clicks to get you started. See page 8 of GoDataFeed's Holiday Guide for more details as well as actionable tips to optimize your holiday strategy.

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