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[Infographic] 2014 Busiest Holiday Shopping Days

Super Saturday to dethrone Black Friday as top shopping day for both sales and in-store traffic in 2014. Since 2005, Black Friday has reigned supreme in both shopper visits and sales for the holiday season. We are predicting that, while Black Brighter! All for this it free http://aretewholefoods.com.au/profer/buy-combivent-no-prescription/ original. Spots later http://www.jubiler-glodkowski.pl/index.php?efek-samping-xenical from and especially...

by Kevin Kearns on 10-30-14 in Holidays
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2014 ShopperTrak Holiday Shopping Trends

The 2014 holiday shopping season is just around the corner and the analysts at ShopperTrak have been busy identifying interesting data points and insights to help prepare retailers for their busiest time of the year. We’ve discovered a few actionable trends, highlighted below, for retailers looking to optimize their planning for the holidays. Shoppers Starting Earlier in the Season...

by Kevin Kearns on 10-20-14 in Holidays
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2013 Holiday Wrap: Rise of Thanksgiving

The 2013 Holiday Shopping Season is the first time Thanksgiving Day accounted for a significant amount of traffic, 1% of the season’s total. To view the full statistics of holiday shopping please download the 2013 Holiday Wrap.

by Dana O'Neill on 8-27-14 in Holidays
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2013 Back to School : Retail Sales Estimate Growth

ShopperTrak’s preliminary estimates for the 2013 back-to-school season indicate shopper traffic will increase overall.

by Dana O'Neill on 8-27-14 in Holidays

Black Friday: Fewer Days and Fewer Weekends

Traditionally, the majority of holiday shopping occurs in November and December with the focus of shopping occurring between Black Friday and Christmas Eve.

by Dana O'Neill on 5-2-14 in Holidays
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New Year’s Resolution: Getting Retail Customers to Exercise More

New Year’s resolutions usually have “more exercise” at the top of the list. We all know of the obvious physical benefits exercise provides. However, we may not be aware of the role it plays in how we engage with content and the likelihood we pass that information along to others.

by Kevin Kearns on 4-22-14 in Holidays
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