Posts Tagged ‘holiday 2010’

Almost Half of Holiday Shoppers Don’t Intend Paying Full Price

Many consumers do not intend paying full price for gifts this holiday season, according to a recent survey by the E-tailing group, and a surprising number will have their gift buying completed in early December.

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How E-Retailers Can Have a Merry Holiday Season

Online retailers can find it tough to offer lower prices and free shipping when margins are slim, but experts say e-retailers who refine their online marketing tactics may experience a very merry holiday season without giving away the store.

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Holiday Outlook: Deloitte Is Bullish, While E-Retailers Are Cautiously Optimistic

Signs point to significant growth in online retail sales this holiday season. But a forecast from consulting and accounting firm Deloitte LLP is a tad more optimistic than retailers themselves are, based on a survey of more than 250 online merchants by The E-tailing Group Inc., a market research and consulting firm.

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E-Retailers Are Cautiously Optimistic About the Holiday Season

Most online retailers expect they will sell more this holiday season than last, but only 31% project growth of more than 10%, according to a survey of more than 250 e-retailers by market research and consulting firm The E-tailing Group.

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