While it doesn’t compare to the holiday season, Easter is still a big spending holiday for U.S. consumers. As those pink, blue, and yellow-themed displays are already filling the store aisles, we thought it was the ideal time to talk about how online retailers can get into the Easter game and capture some significant revenue before we head into summer.
While St. Patrick's Day may not be the biggest earner in terms of U.S. holidays (depending on what source you check, it’s typically ranked last after all the biggies, like Mother’s Day, Halloween and Valentine’s Day), it still brings in a nothing-to-be-sneezed-at $5-plus billion annually.
Valentine’s Day in terms of overall spending ranks fourth annually after the holiday season, and Mother’s Day (still #2). This year, according to the NRF, it will rack up an impressive $19.6 billion in revenue, impressive considering that it dipped down to $16B in 2007. The day represents a drop in the bucket compared to the staggering holiday spending totals, but it still deserves thoughtful...
Valentine's Day is next week and as a consumer: you either love or hate it. As a retailer or a brand: you’ve got to cozy up to it and grab those eyeballs while you can. We put together some info we thought might help. Enjoy!
It’s “fasten your seatbelt” season for the retail world. How will 2017 shape up? We pulled some metrics we thought were worth celebrating.