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Re: Report: E-tail Slips After Thanksgiving Week
Posted by: Keith Regan 2001-12-11 12:49:35
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Eighteen percent of Internet users made an online purchase during the last week of
November, with each spending an average of US$77 -- a slight drop from the previous week
-- according to a new report. Per-shopper spending levels for the 2001 holiday season to
date peaked during Thanksgiving week, when the average outlay was $82, according to
the eSpending report from Goldman Sachs, Harris Interactive and Nielsen//NetRatings.


Re: Report: E-tail Slips After Thanksgiving Week
Posted by: John Doe 2001-12-13 08:21:14 In reply to: Keith Regan
I think it sucked. It's inrecompetent to my stature.
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