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November 25, 2016

2016 hottest thanksgiving and black friday holiday purchases

"2016  hottest thanksgiving and black friday holiday purchases"

Ranking from 1 to 5, these are the 2016 Hottest Holiday Gifts, for Thanksgiving,Black Friday and New Year. 1)Apparel and Clothes 2)Consumer Electronics 3)Video Gaming 4)Toys 5) Gift cards.This year during Thanksgiving about 137.4 million Americans are expected to head out and participate in the Thanksgiving shopping frenzy.Traditionally, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are two of the biggest U.S. shopping days, with customers splurging billions in cash to kick off the holiday shopping season. According to research from Nielsen, 61 percent of U.S. consumers are planning to purchase some form of apparel item this year. Consumer electronics and video games are also hot properties this year, with 56 and 43 percent of customers respectively planning to purchase them.




November 15, 2016

top 10 Android shopping apps by percentage of installs

" top 10 Android shopping apps by percentage of installs"


This data compared the top 10 Android shopping apps by percentage of installs. Amazon takes the first spot followed by ebay,walmart and groupon.According to mobile analytics firm Flurry, shopping app usage grew faster than any other category of apps. Sessions on shopping apps on iOS and Android devices increased by 174% year-over-year, including 220% on Android alone. That’s up from 77% last year.


Utilities and productivity apps were the second-fastest growth category, up 121%, while messaging and social took third place, with 103% growth. Overall app use was up 76%, so all three app categories outpaced the total marketplace (as did apps for health & fitness and travel).

online retail drives by mobile running at 15% year to date growth


 
Online retail sales have been far stronger than anticipated so far in 2016, driven in a large part by mobile according to data from IMRG and Capgemini. Growth for online retail sales is currently running at +15.1% year-to-date (Jan-Sep) against the same period in 2015, 37.3% ahead of the original start-of-year forecast of 11%. With only three months of data still to come this year, the IMRG-Capgemini annual forecast for 2016 has now been revised to +15%.The Brexit vote also appears to have had little negative impact on online sales growth – with Q3 2016 (Jul-Sep) recording growth of +17% – which was the highest quarterly growth since Q1 2014. 


"online retail drives by mobile  running at 15% year to date growth"


online sales now accounting for 7.3% of total retail sale

"online sales now accounting for 7.3% of total retail sale"

A recent Forrester report  show that " Online sales in the United States are expected to reach $523 billion in 20220 ( in the next five years), up 56% from $335 billion in 2015, and mobile devices are expected to be a key driver in that growth"

Meanwhile E-commerce sales in 2015 reached $341.7 billion for the year, a 14.6% increase over 2014's $298.3 billion, according to non-adjusted estimates released this morning by the U.S. Department of Commerce.This is lower that the growth of 15% ( 2014 vs 2013 data).Online sales accounted for 7.3% of total retail sales in 2015 versus 6.4% in 2014, and e-commerce accounted for 60.4% of total retail sales growth.
Further the report also suggests that mobile shopping would be a norm rather an exception by 2020 as number of consumers browsing and buying online will hit 270 million by 2020, driven largely by activity on mobile devices.


This is the sixth time and sixth  year in a row that U.S. e-commerce sales have grown near or above 15%.

November 8, 2016

black friday most common top 10 gifts which consumer spends on

Types Of Gifts Bought - Black Friday Wknd
the most common top 10 consumer goods purchased during black friday weekend
Charts from the NRF Foundation’s Retail Insight Center. To access this data and more research please visit the Retail Insight Center.

  Clothing& Apparels , Toys and Consumer Electronics were the most common top 3 consumer gift items which  adult consumers typically spend during the Black Friday/Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday weekends according to latest available data from national retail federation.Popular consumer electronics items were PC,Laptops, tablets, smartphones and a smart TV. Meanwhile  DVD's, gift cards and gift certificates followed by  home decor or home furnishings were the next most common gift items which were bought during the black Friday and Thanksgiving weekend.




November 7, 2016

how much did consumer spends on online and retail combine on 5 holidays this year


  
How much did US consumers spend during the -2015-2016  holidays both online and retail combined ?.This year holiday spending included  New year, Valentines day holiday spending , Saint Patricks day, Easter Holidays,Father days, Mothers Day, Back to School ,Halloween. 
Topping the consumer spends list is New Year holidays which saw Americans spending upto $626 billion during the holiday. Back to School holidays saw consumer spend as the second highest as US consumers spent over $68 billion. 
Halloween and Valentine's day shared honors with approx $19billion spends on holiday shopping .Super Bowl saw a spend of  $15 billion while fathers day saw $10 billion of consumer spending in 2016 , followed by Mothers day spends of $5.5 billion
"how much did consumer spends on online and retail combine on 5 holidays this year"

US Consumer spending on 2015-2916 Holidays : Black Friday ,New Year, Halloween,Fathers day,Mothers day,Back to School Holidays






November 23, 2011

August 25, 2011

Increasing Ecommerce Trends Indicate High Holiday Spending



As retailers gear up for the holiday shopping season, many hope that the recent stock market turbulence will not prevent the strong end-of-year performance of years past. Retailers have come to count on the sales spike that traditionally occurs during Q4. The US Department of Commerce found that in 2010 retail ecommerce sales jumped from $39.2 billion to $53.2 billion between the third and fourth quarters.
The findings released in August by the DOC show that retail ecommerce sales are on track. Preliminary sales for Q2 2011 were the highest of all preceding second quarters. And, importantly for online retailers, ecommerce’s share of total retail sales, while still small, is steadily increasing


comScore also cited positive change for Q2 2011 compared to the same period last year. Sales were up by $5 billion, the number of online buyers increased 16% and online buyer penetration among internet users increased 9 percentage points to 70%. The 2% decrease in dollars spent per buyer could be attributed to the increase in number of overall online buyers, particularly those from lower income segments..

In addition, comScore found that the income segment with the largest increase in online spending from Q1 2011 to Q2 2011 was households making less than $50,000 per year. They experienced 28% growth, a significant jump compared to the 8% change among earners of $50,000 to $99,000 and the 12% increase for those making $100,000 or more.

This infographic has been provided by Volusion shopping cart software, an ecommerce software company that helps clients open their online business. data Charts are from eMarketer,

May 9, 2011