It seems that in the US people are really taking to online shopping – “Cyber Monday” was a historic day for e-commerce with spending surpass $1 billion for the first time in history reports comScore.
This in part is going to be down to retailers heavier-than-normal promotional and discounting activity at this early point in the season.
This is an increase of 16% over 2009 figures and the average spend per buyer was up 12% to US$114.24.
The average transaction increased by 10% to US$ 60.05 with 48.9% of sales being from work computers (a decline of 3.8% from 2009).
Did you spend online on Cyber Monday?