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Online Holiday Shopping
Description: Talk about doom and gloom. Gas prices are going through the roof and the value of the dollar is falling through the floor. What does it mean for the all-important 2007 holiday shopping season? The Online Holiday Shopping report provides a preview of the trends that will affect the sales of Internet merchandise this shopping season—and compares them to seasons past and future. Online sales this year will be driven by the increased spending of existing online buyers. These 'seasoned' online buyers have confidence in e-commerce, and they even shop with unfamiliar Web retailers to find unusual gifts. They also shop later into the season because they trust that e-tailers will meet delivery guarantees eMarketer predicts that online holiday sales will reach $31 billion this season, up 18.5% over 2006. Although this is a drop-off from last year’s growth rate of 25%, it beats the low single-digit growth rate forecast for the overall retail industry this holiday season. Key questions the 'Online Holiday Shopping' report addresses: -What is the outlook for online holiday spending this year compared with recent years? -What are the key trends that will shape online holiday shopping this year? -What role do different media play in the holiday purchase decision process? -How have online retailers’ holiday marketing strategies evolved? And many others…

Contents:

-Executive Summary

US Retail E Commerce Holiday Season Sales, 2003 2007 (billions and % increase vs. prior year)

-Key Questions

-The eMarketer View

Key eMarketer Numbers US Online Holiday Shopping

Holiday Shopping Outlook

Comparative Estimates: US Holiday Season Retail Sales Growth, 2007 (% increase vs. prior year)

US Holiday Season Retail Sales*, 2001 2006 (billions and % increase vs. prior year)

-Online Holiday Market Trends

US Retail E Commerce Holiday Season Sales Model, 2003 2007

US Retail E Commerce Holiday Season Sales, 2003 2007 (billions and % increase vs. prior year)

Comparative Estimates: US Retail E Commerce Holiday Season Sales, 2007 (billions and % increase vs. prior year)

Percent of Annual US Retail E Commerce Sales Attributed to the Holiday Shopping Season, 2003 2007

US Holiday Season Online Buyers*, 2003 2007 (millions and % of total online buyers**)

Average Amount Spent Online by US Holiday Season Online Buyers, 2003 2007 (dollars and % of total average annual spending per online buyer)

US Q4 Retail E Commerce Sales, 2002 2007 (billions and % increase vs. prior year)

US Retail E Commerce Sales, by Quarter, 2007 (billions and % of total)

-Anatomy of the Online Holiday Shopping Season

Month during which US Internet Users Plan to Begin Shopping for the Holiday Season, April 2007 (% of respondents)

US Retail E Commerce Sales Growth, by Week Ended, Holiday season 2006 (% increase vs. prior year)

Record Setting Days for US Retail E Commerce Holiday Sales, November December 2006 (millions)

Daily Traffic to Sites in Nielsen's Holiday eShopping Index among US Internet Users, December 11 17, 2006 (thousands)

-Online Retailers and Shopping Categories

Top 10 Holiday Season US Retail E Commerce Web Sites, Ranked by Spending, November 1 December 26, 2006

Leading Online Shopping Destinations among US Internet Users on the Biggest Online Shopping Day of the Holiday Season, by Unique Visitors, December 12, 2006 (thousands)

US SMBs that Have a Company Web Site, 1997, 2000 & 2007 (% of respondents)

US Retail E Commerce Holiday Sales* Growth, by Category, November 1 December 26, 2006 (% increase vs. prior year)

-The Consumer Decision Making Process

Leading Resources for Gift Ideas during the Holiday Season according to US Internet Users, April

2007 (% of respondents)

Select Types of Marketing and Advertising that Influence Purchase Decisions of US Internet Users during the Holiday Season, April 2007 (% of respondents)

Emerging Media that Most Influenced US Adult Consumers to Purchase Products Launched in 2006, by Buyer Type, December 2006 (% of respondents in each group)

US Online Video Advertising Spending, 2001 2011 (millions)

Type of Web Site Used Most by US Internet Users for Shopping* Online during the Holiday Season, April 2007 (% of respondents)

Online Shopping Activities of US Adult Internet Users, September 2007 (% of respondents)

Types of Products for which US Internet Users Search Online during the Holiday Season, April 2007 (% of respondents)

-Cross Channel Shopping

Purchase Habits of US Adult Online Shoppers, September 2007 (% of respondents)

Black Friday* Web Site Visits by US Internet Users, November 19 25, 2006 (% market share)

Select Multi Channel Features Offered by US Leading Online Retailers, Q4 2006 (% of sites surveyed)

Select Community Features Offered by US Leading Online Retailers, Q4 2006 (% of sites surveyed)

Media that Influence US Consumers to Start a Search for Merchandise Online, November December 2006 (% of respondents)

-Online Holiday Promotions

Types of Online Offers, Promotions or Incentives that Are Important to US Internet Users during the Holiday Season, April 2007 (% of respondents)

Reasons that US Online Holiday Shoppers Did Not Purchase More Online during the 2006 Holiday Season, January 2007 (% of respondents)

Select Retailer Incentives that Would Increase Online Holiday Spending this Season by US Consumers, 2006 (% of respondents)

Number of Promotional E Mails Sent per Week during the Holiday Season* by US Online Retailers, by Category, 2005 & 2006 (average)

Comfort Factors Web Retailers Need to Address

Online Purchasing Concerns of US Adult Online Shoppers, September 2007 (% of respondents)

Most Important Online Small Business Retail Web Site Features for an Overall Positive Online Shopping Experience according to US Internet Users, October 2006 (% of respondents)

Non Debit/Credit Online Payment Options Offered by Online Retailers in North America, 2004, 2005 & 2006 (% of respondents)

US Online Holiday Shoppers Who Are More Likely* to Purchase Products on a Web Site that Offers Select Interactive and Engaging Features, January 2007 (% of respondents)

Rich Media Features Offered by US Online Retailers, Q4 2005 & Q4 2006 (% of sites surveyed)

US Online Holiday Shoppers Who Are Less Likely to Return to a Web Site due to a Frustrating Online Shopping Experience with that Web Site, 2005 & 2006 (% of respondents)

US Online Holiday Shoppers Who Are Less Likely to Shop at a Retailer's Physical Store due to a Frustrating Online Shopping Experience with that Retailer, 2005 & 2006 (% of respondents)

-Gift Cards

US Holiday Season Gift Card Sales, 2003 2006 (billions and % increase vs. prior year)

US Holiday Season Gift Card Sales, 2006 & 2007 (billions and % increase vs. prior year)

Select Locations from which Gift Cards Were Purchased during the Previous Holiday Season by US Adult Internet Users Who Purchase* Gift Cards, February 2007 (% of respondents)

Conclusion: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

-Related Information and Links

-Related Links

-Contact

-Report Contributors

-About eMarketer

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