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U.S. online retailers reported strong holiday sales results on Cyber Monday (Nov.30) 2009 compared to the same period last year, according to a new report from Coremetrics.
Cyber Monday sales were up 24.1 percent compared to Black Friday 2009. Consumers spent more per online order ($180.03 versus $170.19 for an increase of 5.8 %) compared to Black Friday.
Online retail made positive gains in March compared to February, according to online marketing firm Coremetrics.
Online shoppers purchased nearly 12 percent more items in March compared to the previous month, while the average dollar value increased by more than 4 percent, indicating that consumers were not only buying more items online, but they were also spending more money on average than they had the month before.
January was a month of casual browsing, with limited purchases at online retailers, according to a report from marketing firm Coremetrics.
The number of online sessions in which consumers browsed a Web site, viewing at least one product page, stayed largely flat compared to December 2008. The number of sessions in which consumers actually completed an order was down 21 percent.
FundsXpress, a provider of Internet-based financial services, and Coremetrics, a provider of hosted Web analytics and precision marketing solutions, announced a partnership to integrate detailed analysis of consumer behavior with online banking, bill pay, and other key channel solutions for financial institutions.
Hosted Web analytics and precision marketing solutions provider, Coremetrics has launched LIVEmark, the first industry-specific benchmarking solution to measure comprehensive online consumer behaviors.