Cyber Monday is one of the biggest sale days for online shopping websites. This year it is expected to be the largest ever with sales expected to hit $3.36 billion, representing a 9.4% increase over the year-ago period.
With such huge potential in online shopping, bad bots will be highly active this enormous shopping occasion. In the past decade sales on Cyber Monday has rocketed $610 Million to $3.36 Billion.
Cyber Monday in past years has seen a rise in the fashion industry sales by 50%. This year with 50% more shoe deals on Cyber Monday, sneaker bots are sure to strike. It’s a great time for online shoppers. However, people running the show for e-commerce businesses are always on their toes.
They’ve to make sure that:
1. Their servers can handle the increased shopping activity
2. The network bandwidth has sufficient room to accommodate this spike
3. The product listings are updated and the shopping cart/payment apps are in working order
4. The demand-based, dynamic pricing strategy is closely guarded
5. The user experience stays unaffected
6. The marketing teams are able to derive genuine ROIs from campaigns and the sales see increased conversions
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