October 21, 2013
SAN FRANCISCO (rushPRnews) 10/21/13 — With thirty-odd days between Thanksgiving and Christmas, the marketing snowball gains ground and the rush to meet the holiday deadlines begins. Shop.com predicts, based on government data (including consumer confidence, consumer credit, disposable personal income, and previous monthly retail sales releases), that holiday online sales will increase 13-15% over last holiday season (source). Shoppers will be poised to spend and retailers will be jostling to fill their inboxes with enticing offers. Afraid to get lost in the barrage of emails? Beat the rush and engage your demographic by publishing now!
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