In our previous posts, we had an article about Black Friday. You can check out the post here.
/History of Black Friday/
So, today, we will take a closer look at Cyber Monday!
Cyber Monday is an e-commerce term referring to the Monday following the U.S. Thanksgiving weekend. As brick-and-mortar stores do with Black Friday, online retailers usually offer special promotions, discounts, and sales on this day. Meanwhile, traditional retailers offer exclusive, website-only deals. The result suggests to some that Black Friday and Cyber Monday have merged into a combination in-store and online shopping experience that has blurred the distinction between the two days.
Since the two days are insanely close, what is the difference between Cyber Monday and Black Friday?
The origins of the term "Black Friday" go back as far as the 1950s, whereas Cyber Monday's origins are much more recent. The term was coined in 2005 to describe the Monday after Black Friday when people continued to shop online after going back to work. Cyber Monday is by far the biggest online shopping day of the year, representing a massive sales opportunity for eCommerce retailers.
Many smart and savvy retailers take advantage of the 'Black Friday sales season (which usually starts around Tuesday) to figure out which deals, and promotions are working and use those insights to optimize their Cyber Monday sales. By replacing unpopular offers with deals that are in high demand, businesses can do both, drive more profit and keep their customers happy.
Because of the CoronaVirus Pandemic, shopping for both Black Friday and Cyber Monday should be done online to avoid unwanted health problems.
We will be so glad if you can take a look at our website. We are proud to say that we offer a lot of special deals on this occasion!