Cyber Monday 2011 Target
November 30, 2011 by staff
Cyber Monday 2011 Target, Cyber Monday 2011 has become a popular option for shoppers who don’t want to hit Black Friday lines right after Thanksgiving dinner, but still want great deals. Thanksgiving weekend remains eventful thanks slashed deals on merchandise offered by retailers and merchants.
Today, buyers can receive a deep discount on an online deal, giving individuals a second chance at taking advantage of a missed online deal over the long weekend.
Cyber Monday, the internet’s answer to Black Friday, was coined in 2005 when a retail trade group noticed a jump in online sales on Monday when people returned to their work computers and shopped.
Since then, retailers have used Cyber Monday as an opportunity to advertise their promotions, which are now drawing in customers online deal incentives and increasing their sales. According to Amazon.com, more than 13.7 million items were ordered on its site worldwide last year, which is a record-breaking 158 items per second.
While Black Friday 2011 experienced a 7-percent (or nearly $1 billion) jump in sales from last year to $11.4 billion– the largest amount ever spent on that day, according to a report released by ShopperTrack– data tracking firm ComScore expects Cyber Monday 2011 to hit its own record of $1.2 billion this year.
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