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Did Retailers Risk Damage To Their Brands Despite Hit Holiday Online Sales?

Amid e-commerce glitches and technology's growing pains, retailers can still win the loyalty of customers. Here's how. Cyber Monday 2011 set a record for the most online retail spending in a single day: $6 million, as reported by comScore. (See more from Josh Sanburn at Time.) Further, as comScore details, the weekend before Christmas was the second heaviest weekend of online spending on record.
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Cyber Monday Kicks Off Record $6B Online Holiday Shopping Week Thanks To Free Shipping Offers

Technology : TechCrunch (3 years ago)

Consumers continue to set records with online shopping sales this holiday season. After spending a whopping (and record) $1.25 billion on Cyber Monday, online shoppers continued spending online, with two other days in the past week ... Read Post

Cyber Monday sales up 5%, says comScore

Technology : L.A. Times Tech Blog (5 years ago)

ComScore this morning reported that online retailers racked up $887 million in sales on Cyber Monday, up 5% from last year. The amount is the highest single-day online spending on record after Dec. 9, 2008, when consumers splurged t... Read Post

As Retail E-Commerce Sees Three Billion Dollar-Plus Days In The Past Week, Online Holiday Sales Jump 15 Percent To $20.4B

Technology : TechCrunch (2 years ago)

We've been wowed by the record breaking Black Friday and Cyber Monday spending data, but it looks like consumers are continuing to spend online for holiday shopping. comScore says that retail e-commerce spending for the first 30 day... Read Post


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