2009 Cyber Monday and 2009 Black Friday Results

Cyber Monday shopping
Cyber Monday shopping

Cyber Monday 2009 – The holiday shopping season continues after a slight improvement in year-on-year Black Friday sales. Again, benefit your small business from the Cyber Monday 2009 deals.

Black Friday 2009 results are in – This year Black Friday sales rises to $10.66 billion – only 0.5 percent year-to-year improvement from last year, as reported by Reuters and ShopperTrak.

The results are not really encouraging, but nevertheless an increase is an increase, indeed. Retailers are agreeing on this too – They don’t show any signs of slowing down.

Following the Black Friday, Cyber Monday – the Monday following the Black Friday and the busiest day of the year for e-commerce – is about to begin (or has already begun by many online retailers.)

US Small business owners – Again, smart and responsible shopping will benefit your small business greatly.

Where to find Cyber Monday 2009 deals for your small business

You can definitely find deals on major online retailer, such as Amazon. You might want to check out for deals in Amazon’s computers and office products.

There are other places you can browse and find for deals, such as:

    • CyberMonday.com
      Look no further from the US’ National Retail Federation official Cyber Monday site – CyberMonday.com. The site list special offers from online retailers and you should start your search from there.
    • Twitter and Facebook
      Echoing the tips myGloss offer, the social media behemoths are offering real-time Cyber Monday deals update from their user. In Twitter, try to search using the hashtags, such as #cybermonday, #deal or #coupon. In Facebook, search for the big retailers’ fan pages – They might have deals valid for Facebook user only.

Ivan Widjaya
Cyber Monday 2009 deals for small business
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