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Data Gem Dec. 9, 2013 | Share

U.S. Desktop + Mobile E-Commerce Spending on Cyber Monday Topped $2 Billion While Black Friday Surpassed $1.5 Billion

Black Friday

In line with our predictions, mobile commerce (i.e. buying on smartphones and tablets) is already playing a major role in online retail this 2013 holiday season. comScore recently compiled our mobile estimates for Black Friday and Cyber Monday and found that m-commerce accounted for hundreds of millions of dollars and a sizeable percentage of total... Read more

Data Gem Dec. 5, 2013 | Share

Amazon & eBay Drive Heavy App Usage, While Multi-Channel Retailers Rely on Mobile Web

Leading Retailers

With the 2013 online holiday shopping season underway, the pressure is on retailers to post strong sales growth while adjusting to a fast-changing and increasingly mobile-driven landscape. With strong growth expectations for online shopping this year, mobile commerce promises to emerge as a major theme. As we explored in our recent whitepaper, a majority... Read more

Data Gem Dec. 13, 2012 | Share

Weekly Online Holiday Retail Sales in Billions

Weekly Online Holiday Retail Sales in Billions

For the holiday season to date, $29.3 billion has been spent online, showing a 13-percent increase versus the corresponding days last year. For the latest on holiday season retail e-commerce spending insights, follow comScore's coverage here. Read more

Data Gem Dec. 4, 2012 | Share

Cyber Monday By the Numbers

Cyber Monday By the Numbers

In our recent coverage of holiday season retail e-commerce spending, Cyber Monday emerged as the heaviest online spending day on record, drawing $1.46 billion. Here's a deeper look at Cyber Monday e-commerce by the numbers. Read more

Data Gem Nov. 29, 2011 | Share

Cyber Monday Spending Hits $1.25 Billion, Marking Heaviest Online Spending Day to Date

Cyber Monday Spending in Millions

Holiday spending on Cyber Monday reached a record-breaking $1.25 billion, surpassing previous spending records since the inception of the retail holiday in 2005 and representing the heaviest online spending day in history. This year also marks the second year that Cyber Monday spending has broken the billion-dollar threshold. Read more

Data Gem Jan. 5, 2011 | Share

U.S. Online Retail Sales for the Full 2010 Holiday Season

Online Retail Sales for the Full 2010 Holiday Season

The 2010 online holiday shopping season reached $32.6 billion in the U.S., marking a 12% increase versus last year and an all-time record for the season. For the first time since comScore began tracking e-commerce activity in 2001, Cyber Monday (Monday, Nov. 29) ranked as the heaviest online spending day of the year at $1.028 billion. Read more

Data Gem Dec. 2, 2010 | Share

Cyber Monday E-Commerce Sales 2005 - 2010

Cyber Monday E-Commerce Sales 2005 – 2010

Cyber Monday reached a record-breaking level this year with more than $1 billion dollars spent online, making it the heaviest U.S. online shopping day ever recorded. Read more

Data Gem Nov. 24, 2010 | Share

Cyber Monday E-Commerce Sales 2005 - 2009

Cyber Monday ECommerce Sales 2005 2009

Each year, Cyber Monday ranks as one of the heaviest shopping days of the holiday season. In 2009, it was the 2nd heaviest spending day of the season, second only to Green Tuesday (Dec. 15) at $913 million. comScore forecasts that U.S. e-commerce on Cyber Monday in 2010 will surpass $900 million dollars for the first time. Read more