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  1. U.S. Holiday Trends & Forecast: Top Shopping Days, Hot Searches, Mobile Shoppers

    And because there are fewer shopping days between Thanksgiving and Christmas this year, it could mean different shopping patterns than years prior. Adobe predicts Thanksgiving Day will emerge as the fastest-growing sales day.

  2. Interactive 4th of July 2013 Google Doodle Takes You on a Road Trip Across America

    Today's Google Doodle once again marks the 4th of July, as Google has done every year since 2000, making it the second longest running holiday honored by Google (behind only Thanksgiving). It's Independence Day in the U.S.which observes the signing...

  3. The Secret to Reeling in Holiday Shoppers?

    Based on recent research of online retail sales during the four days after Thanksgiving, it appears one simple trick boosted sales for many retailers: retargeting. According to ComScore, consumers spent $4.8 billion online during the four days...

  4. Cyber Monday Traffic, Mobile & Ad Spend All Up on $1.46 Billion Shopping Day

    Cyber Monday continues to be the blockbuster day for retailers online, garnering more clicks than any other day, but the five day period between Thanksgiving and Cyber Monday is growing in importance as shoppers look for deals throughout the week.

  5. Snoopy: The DuckDuckGo Logo for Charles M. Schulz’s Birthday

    Snoopy (along with Woodstock) has also appeared in a Google Doodle, for Thanksgiving in 2009: Snoopy is hanging out with a bird of a different feather today. Rather than his traditional playmate, Woodstock, Snoopy appears with Dax, the mascot of...

  6. Black Friday E-Commerce Sales Set $1 Billion Record, 2012 Holiday Online Sales Strong

    Thanksgiving Day Increasingly Important for Retailers Meanwhile, Thanksgiving Day – which has historically been a lighter online holiday shopping day – continues to gain steam and grew well ahead of the current pace as more consumers opted to kick...

  7. Over 90% of Shoppers Find Their Cyber Monday Shopping Experience Satisfying

    Only 28 percent of those surveyed reported they would be shopping for post-Thanksgiving deals exclusively online. A recent study from enterprise data and analysis firm Qualtrics surveyed 1,100 consumers to find out how they choose to shop during...