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Online retail set for 15% increase over Christmas

The latest figures from the IMRG Capgemini e-Retail Sales Index forecast that online retail will grow 15% year-on-year during the fourth quarter to reach £13.16bn, writes Netimperative. The figure represents a £215 online spend for every person in the UK. However growth will be significantly lower than last year when online retail rose 54% from 2006. Monday 8th December is expected to be the busiest day for online shopping with sales of up to £320m predicted.
Further research from JupiterResearch commissioned by LinkShare estimates that the average UK consumer will spend 40% more online than the average US consumer and will make 24% more of their purchases online. UK consumers are eight times more likely to carry out online research across multiple sites before buying online and are also 13% more likely to be frequent online shoppers than US internet users.
According to the annual Deloitte Christmas Retail Survey which looks at total retail spending, British shoppers are expected to spend on average £655 in total this Christmas - equivalent to 7% less than last year. However 19% of consumers still intend to spend more.
From Netimperative: http://www.netimperative.com, 10/11/2008
IMRG: http://www.imrg.org

10/11/2008

Global online population to reach 1.5bn by 2011

JupiterResearch's latest Worldwide Online Population Forecast predicts that the worldwide online population will reach 1.5bn by 2011 (from 1.1bn in 2006), writes eMarketer. According to the forecast 22% of the world’s population will be online, with most growth coming from Brazil, Russia, India and China. As growth slows in the mature markets of the US, Canada, Japan and Western Europe share of global online internet users is likely to fall in these regions: only 17% of all internet users will live in the US by 2011 down from 21% in 2006. eMarketer estimate that there were 1.1bn internet users in 2006 with numbers set to reach 1.3bn for this year – these figures are in line with recent studies produced by both Morgan Stanley and The International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
From eMarketer: http://www.emarketer.com, 01/08/2007

02/08/2007

European online dating use to double by 2011

A new study from JupiterResearch forecasts that use of European online dating sites will double by 2011, writes Netimperitive. Revenues are also expected to double during the same period from £243m (£167) in 2006 to £549m (£376) in 2011. According to the study the number of European internet users who use online dating sites has increased from 4% in 2005 to 6% in 2006. Overall European dating sites had 2.8m paid users in 2006 and JupiterResearch predict that this will reach 6.0m in 2011.
From Netimperitive: http://www.netimperative.com, 13/02/2007
Jupiter Research: http://www.jupiterresearch.com

13/02/2007

Tesco flowers shoots to the top of the charts

Tesco Flowers came top of Hitwise's Flower and Gifts category at the beginning of February (from 8th position in January) as consumers went online in the run-up to Valentine's Day, writes ENN. Market share of visits to the site increased over 2.5 times in the first half of the month as Tescos promoted Valentine's Day bouquets of a dozen roses for £15.97 (including courier delivery). Overall traffic to Flowers and Gifts sites grew 25% in the first two weeks of February. From ENN: http://www.electricnews.net, 13/02/2007 Tesco Flowers: http://direct.tesco.com/flowers

13/02/2007

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