Tag: Black Friday

Mobile Shopping Increased by Over 21% During Black Friday 2016

As was to be expected, the Black Friday shopping spree has set some new records. Early projections indicate a total revenue of US$3bn in the US alone. What is rather interesting, however, is how over one in three purchases were made through mobile devices, a significant step in the right direction for US mobile sales, and  a sign of things to come. A Good Black Friday For US Retailers Any …
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UK Black Friday Growth Remains Bullish As US Consumers Prefer Cyber Monday Sales

Black Friday is an important “holiday” for shoppers all over the world. Scoring some nice discounts in time for the Christmas holidays can save people a lot of money. For the first time in years, interestingly, Black Friday growth in the UK seems on track to surpass US growth. This is an exciting development, considering the Brexit has decreased household wealth by quite a margin. Black Friday Continues To Gain …
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US Gun Shop Owners Hope Black Friday Can Rekindle Sales Figures

Black Friday is almost upon us, which means that consumer shopping expenses will reach unprecedented levels once again. Most people will be looking for Christmas gifts, but the firearms industry is hoping for a busy period as well. US gun shop owners had predicted an increase in sales right before the 2016 presidential election. However, that also means that they will struggle to meet last year’s Black Friday revenue. Can …
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Can Bitcoin Save Dwindling Black Friday Sales?

Black Friday is an important day in the world of commerce, it is one of the few days of the year where various purchases are being made all over the world. The reason for its success is quite simple, retailers enable discounts on their products and services, incentivizing consumers to spend money left, right, and center. However, is Black Friday all it claims to be, or are consumers starting to …
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