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RetailWire Discussion: It may be true that online shopping will never replace stores, but for the first several days of the 2015 holiday shopping season the retailing world got a glimpse of what it would be like if it did.
The National Retail Federation has predicted the 2015 holiday shopping season will push $70 billion in online sales. Here are three trends that may help retailers ensure they are getting enough exposure to bring customers to their virtual doors.
Ecommerce Quarterly shows increases in tablet and smartphone shopper traffic, with insight on which consumers convert best across the US. Publisher Monetate offers best practices from their analysis of over 100 million online shopping sessions.
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