All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Online spending’

Consumer Online Spending To Grow 24%

Online retailers can expect to see an increase in consumer spending compared to the previous quarter, according to a new survey by Javelin Strategy & Research and released by eBillme.

Online shoppers predict they will spend an average of $281 online during Q4 2009, a 24 percent increase over last quarter. This is the first increase in spending since last year, but an 18 percent decrease in the overall spending rate compared to Q4 2008.

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Online Holiday Spending Up 9 Percent

Online holiday spending has now reached the same levels as last year thanks to Cyber Monday and the corresponding Tuesday, according to comScore.

For the holiday season through December 5, $14.92 billion has been spent online, about the same amount compared to the same period last year.

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Advertising Budgets Expected To Shrink

Something like 20 minutes out of every television hour seems to be dedicated to commercials; advertising is pretty firmly entrenched in our lives.  Spending on it is likely to go down, however, with the exception applying to online ads.Advertising Budgets Expected To Shrink

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Small Business Online Spending To Top $70 Billion

The total online spending by small businesses is expected to reach $70 billion by the year 2012, up from $47 billion in 2006, according to JupiterResearch’s new report "US Online Small Business Market Category Forecast, 2007 to 2012."

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E-Commerce Is A Charging Bull

Bull or bear, e-commerce is on the up and up and up. From just the ad spending to the total spend, money spent online is growing exponentially as broadband access becomes cheaper and more available.

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Over-50 Crowd Increases Online Spending

The online economy has discovered a valuable demographic: old folks. This group has more disposable income than any other, and data suggests the individuals comprising it are becoming much more comfortable with the Internet.

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