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‘Cyber Monday’ Sales Triple in Less Than a Decade

Saturday, November 30th, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

Via the The Switch (The Washington Post):

As more and more people have become comfortable with online shopping, Cyber Monday sales have crept up. While online sales in the 2005 Cyber Monday were $484 million, according to digital research agency comScore, by 2012 they had more than tripled to $1.465 billion — making last Cyber Monday the heaviest online spending day in history. And many online retailers have extended the formerly one-day affair into a “Cyber Week” of deals. Last year, that week contained three individual days with online sales of more than $1 billion.

 

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