MGM Grand Detroit’s “Touching Communities, Touching Lives” initiative has announced the winners of its second annual online charitable event, “Merry Merry Monday,” which took place on Cyber Monday, Nov. 26.
Black Friday might traditionally be the most frenzied shopping day of the year, but this year, 68 percent of Americans will not be hitting the stores, according to new Consumer Reports Holiday Poll.
ComScore’s data shows that online spending on Black Friday 2011 grew 26 percent from Black Friday 2010 to $816 million, making it the heaviest online spending day to date in 2011.
The convenience of shopping at home without the hassles of the lines and throngs of people can be a huge draw. However, it’s important to know which sites are the best for deals, quality and ease in online shopping.
Consumers on Cyber Monday weren’t just buying Christmas gifts online – they were buying a lot of Domino’s pizza.
Compuware Corp. Thursday announced the top retail Web and mobile site performers for Cyber Monday based on the Compuware Performance Index.
The customer experience analytics firm ForeSee Wednesday released its annual analysis of Cyber Monday customer satisfaction suggesting that some online shoppers may not be as satisfied with the holiday shopping season as retailers likely are.
Technology is leading the way for holiday shopping.
Why fight the mall crowds when you can online shop from the convenience of your home (or work, as it is)? Throw in free shipping and it’s kind of a no-brainer.
Web deals have been available all weekend ahead of Cyber Monday — and shoppers have been grabbing them up.
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