Well……it looks like we’ve arrived at that time of year again! Everybody loves a bargain don’t they??
This is probably the most lucrative time of the year for a retailer, whether you like it or not black Friday and Cyber Monday can make or break your year. It’s coming up to Christmas and everyone is looking for a last-minute bargain to help to fill up their stockings. In the grand scheme of things, a lot of retailers (both high street and online) rely on this period to bump up their sales and profits.
All in all, this all sounds like a winning situation, retailers just have to sit back and wait for customers to come pouring in and spend their hard earned money!
The most important thing to remember around this time is to be well prepared, this is important for every size and type of retailer. There are several steps you can take to make sure that you are all set for Black Friday, and Cyber Monday. Utilising these tips will make sure you are in a position to make the most out of the increase in potential clients and customers!
These tips may only save a second or 2 of loading time for each user. However, time saved makes a difference around this time. This could ultimately mean the difference between a visitor making a sale or growing tired of waiting for your site to load and purchasing their product somewhere else…..
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