This infographic fom WalletHub illustrates facts and figures about Saint Patrick’s Day 2017.
This infographic from think with Google illustrates five holiday shopping trends you’ll want to keep an eye on for the 2015 retail season.
eMarketer forecasts that US retail sales in the months of November and December 2015 will increase 5.7% year over year, reaching $885.70 billion.
Some 55% of US adults plan to celebrate Valentine’s Day this year, with per-celebrant spending estimated to be $142.31.
Retail e-commerce spending from desktops exceeded $2 billion for the first time on Cyber Monday, representing a 17% year-over-year rise.
Just like throughout the year, mobile devices are far more useful for checking prices than charging purchases during the holidays.
Starting the day after Christmas, Internet use in 2013 surged, probably because people were trying out devices they had just received.
Only 14% of US smartphone owners said they planned to make a purchase on such devices this holiday season.
Social media marketing was the most preferred channel for holiday marketing, cited by 34.5% of small business owners.