Christmas Day traffic in the U.S. to the largest online retailers including Amazon, Walmart, and Target increased by 27 percent over 2011, according to new data from Experian.
Matt Tatham at Experian writes:
The home stretch for the holidays is nearing as second wind for retailers is just starting as Experian Marketing Services analyzes the post-Christmas retail trend. Christmas Day 2012 saw a 27% increase in online traffic to the top 500 retail sites compared to 2011. The top retail sites received more than 115.5 million total U.S. visits. To date the holiday online traffic for the past 7 weeks to retail sites are up 10% for 2012 vs. 2011.
The top five most visited retail sites visited were Amazon, Walmart, Target, Best Buy, and Macy’s.
Here’s the top ten list:
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