@IBM report re:Cyber Monday Sales Grow 20.6% Over 2012 Figures

Armonk, N.Y. — Cyber Monday online sales grew significantly, increasing 20.6% over 2012 figures, according to a report by IBM. The average order value was $128.77, down 1% from a year ago. Sales were highest in New York, with DC, Los Angeles, Chicago and Atlanta rounding out the top five. In addition, mobile traffic grew to 31.7% of all online traffic, increasing by 45% over 2012, with mobile sales exceeding 17% of total online. The complete report is available at the link below.

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