Tag Archive: online shopping

The Buzz About Cyber Monday

Cyber Monday

Cyber Monday is a term that was originally coined in 2005 by the website Shop.org.

It has since become one of the largest-growing online shopping holidays for consumers worldwide. Cyber Monday is often referred to as the “New Black Friday”, which falls on the Monday following Thanksgiving.

What is Cyber Monday?

Cyber Monday is an online consumer holiday that allows shoppers who are looking for goods from home to purchase items at a steep discount, often beating out traditional “Black Friday” sales. The shopping holiday itself gets it name as it refers to shopping exclusively from online retailers right from the comfort of consumer’s homes. Continue reading

Online ShoppingResidents of the UK for the third year in a row are the most active buyers in the world via the Internet, according to regulator Ofcom, who examined the 17 countries with the most developed online market.

According to the regulator, the buyers from the UK spend on online purchases on average 1083 pounds ($ 1743) per year, and the second place ranking went to Australia, where the people spend on online shopping on average 842 pounds a year.

Ofcom noted that the increasing popularity of online shopping in the UK due to the high demand for smart phones and related accessories. However, about 16% of Internet traffic is necessary on mobile phones, this indicator Kingdom also avoids other European countries.

In addition, according to the study, the British were among the most active users of other digital devaysa, such as a camcorder or video. Thus, 15% of UK households have a TV connected to the Internet, while in the U.S. the figure is 10%.

In Ofcom also calculated the average cost of a typical set of communications services, which includes fixed and mobile telephony, networking and TV. In Britain, the average price of this set amounted to 146 pounds, 32 pounds less than in France, the 101 – than in Italy and 168 pounds cheaper than in the U.S.. Continue reading

%d bloggers like this: