Thanksgiving and Black Friday saw record online sales, 24.2% from mobile
1. Finalflash (Posts: 1119; Member since: 23 Jul 2013)
Might want to make it a bit more inflammatory there Michael, this doesn't even hold a candle to Alan's interpretation. Your headline might actually make them read the article and not automatically go into reactionary iFanboy mode.
7. androiphone20 (Posts: 1114; Member since: 10 Jul 2013)
*Red flag* That's the figure that Apple holds 82% for...just saying
2. Sauce (Posts: 1054; Member since: 28 Apr 2013)
Who would of thought the citizens of Vermont, Wyoming, South Dakota, North Dakota, Alaska, and Montana spent the most, out of all the states. Especially the NY/CT area.
3. Pattycakes (Posts: 22; Member since: 20 Oct 2013)
In Ny/CT you can go to the store and buy your things which is a lot easier. I've been to Wyoming twice and it's literally in the middle of nowhere hard to find stores and stuff. It doesn't surprise me that they accounted for most of the online sales because some of those states are pretty barren.
5. Sauce (Posts: 1054; Member since: 28 Apr 2013)
Great point, but I'm thinking the opposite. The population is very dense in NY/CT, and shopping always becomes a hassle around my area (Fairfield County). But yes, I could also agree with your statement.
4. Commentator (Posts: 2179; Member since: 16 Aug 2011)
"Other top states, such as Wyoming, are predominantly rural, so online shopping is the only method of accessing door-busting deals."
From the original Adobe Digital Index article. Makes sense.