- Oct 15, 2020
In 2020, e-commerce sales in the US saw significant growth compared to previous years. This growth was accelerated due to the pandemic. At the end of 2021, e-commerce sales in the US will also reach a significant number, according to the forecasts of Admitad Affiliate.
Data from eMarketer revealed that e-commerce sales in the US during 2021 will reach $908.73 billion. If you also own an eCommerce business and are looking to take advantage of the holiday season this year, you must target the most profitable days.
When planning e-commerce activities and campaigns for 2021, you may want to concentrate most of your efforts towards the end of the coming year. As Q4 is jam-packed with big sales events such as Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Singles’ Day and Christmas, Q4 may feel like a sprint from the planning perspective.
To save you some time, we put together an ecommerce holiday calendar with a quick summary of dates and holidays to make 2021 your most profitable year yet.
Scroll down to find out.
Halloween – October 31
Target audience: North America and some Asian, European, and Oceanian countries.
In a holiday sales calendar, Halloween itself isn’t a major shopping day. However, it’s the