ComScore Says Online Spending Is Way Up Compared To Last Year

Posted: Dec 17 2007, 10:46am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:20am CDT, in News | Other Stuff


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According to comScore, online retailers have had a banner year in 2007. Holiday retail spending has surpassed $22 billion, an 18% increase versus last year.

Retailers still have another week of shopping to continue the sales growth for pre-Christmas spending. According to comScore spending from November 1st to December 14th last year was $19.15 billion and this year spending for the same period was $22.67 billion.

Black Friday raked in a 22% sales growth this year compared to 2006 and Cyber Monday saw a 21% increase in online spending. The heaviest online spending day on record was December 10th with online sales totaling a massive $881 million.

Via comScore.

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