Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Good News 2010 Holiday Sales Are Up

After such a great Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday marketing performance, you and every retailer or e-tailer need feel more confidence that you will have a great 2010 holidays revenue, if you haven't already.

Black Friday marketing events alone brought in a $45 billion in total sales, online and offline. You need to be ready to claim a piece of the billions that consumers and businesses will spend on Christmas and New Years events.

Here is how the U.S. Holiday shopping compares with previous years so far (2000-2010. Amounts are in billions):

- 2000 - $352.2.

- 2001 - $364.1.

- 2002 - $368.8.

- 2003 - $386.3.

- 2004 - $409.1.

- 2005 - $431.5.

- 2006 - $444.7.

- 2007 - $452.8.

- 2008 - $435.2.

- 2009 - $437.

- 2010 - $447.1.

Source: National Retail Federation & U.S. Department of Commerce.

The last amount is an estimate that is actually in the right path to be met.

Don't forget to plan some marketing and promotion campaigns for pre-holiday sales. Remember that most people will spend on presents before Christmas. Is your chance to increase your income and get a great 2011 start!

Yours truly,

Luis E Galarza.
Internet Business & Marketing Specialist.

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