Cyber Monday is the first work day after the Thanksgiving weekend. The term Cyber Monday, which was created by Shop.org (part of the National Retail Federation) made it into the retailer marketing strategies back in November of 2005.
Cyber Monday has established itself pretty well over the years, but that importance for shoppers is changing as Black Friday sales are more and more moving online. Additionally Black Friday is getting stretched over weeks.
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Black Friday 2010 sales could already start in one or two weeks and last actually until after Cyber Monday. The term Cyber Monday will still be used to market online sales, but for shoppers it does not really matter how the sale is called. It is more important to know when you look at a deal during the whole Black Friday sales season. Most of the extended Black Friday action is happening online. Taking last year as a reference, the Thanksgiving Day was a better day to find great deals than Cyber Monday. So, do not wait for Cyber Monday to shop online this Holiday season, it will be too late. Cyber Monday will still continue to exist and also see big consumer spendings, but essentially it is just another day in the Black Friday sales season.
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