We’re through the fourth day of what we’re calling the Cyber-Five (Tgiving through CyberMonday).
Here’s where we are: (click to expand)
Overall things slowed down over the weekend (Turkey coma?) as consumers hit the offline sites. I think this will set us up for a really big CyberMonday.
Here are some specific observations:
Day Three highlights (Saturday 11/27/2010 compared over the Sat after thanksgiving 2009):
- Amazon led the pack with 31% y/y growth
- eBay was the laggard barely eeking out growth at 1% y/y
Day Four highlights (Sunday 11/28/2010 compared to the Sun after TG 2009):
- eBay came back a little bit with 6.7% growth
- Amazon crushed it again with 73.9% growth, teeing up for a monster CyberMonday
Speaking of CyberMonday
That leaves the all-important CyberMonday to round out our Cyber-Five early look at the holiday online sales period. In this post, we’ll be posting intraday updates and tweeting at both:
Stay tuned for real-time updates and we’ll have this table posted and completed as soon as our servers can process everything 😉
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