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Hi Everyone, Are you a head of the ball or behind. Mobile textage is doubling as well as "Deal of the Day" programs. As more eyeballs switch to other devices, the attention to you is less. As I mention we will be tied into multiple platforms so the move would keep that audience attention. Specific stats to this can only be done after the launch when actual data comes in. We do have Mobile apps including ipad as well. The cost is only $350 one time fee. You can personally purchase it. test it and then change the name to reflect the business that way you have a working model to show your business friends and superiors . If it does not work out for you. It is a 105% money back $17.50 earning. That is the best I can do for now. After the Launch it is $649 yearly for those who join then as well as a demonstrable platform and stats.. Best Regards, Henning Bjerre Forrester Forecast: Online Retail Sales Will Grow To $250 Billion By 2014 195 27 Comments Erick Schonfeld Mar 8, 2010 Online retail sales aren’t growing at the torrid pace they once were, but they continue to grow steadily. Forrester Research put out a new five-year forecast today predicting that e-commerce sales in the U.S. will keep growing at a 10 percent compound annual growth rate through 2014. It forecasts online retail sales in the U.S. will be nearly $250 billion, up from $155 billion in 2009. Last year, online retail sales were up 11 percent, compared to 2.5 percent for all retail sales. In Western Europe, Forrester expects a slightly faster 11 percent growth rate for online retail sales, going from $93 billion (68 billion Euros) in 2009 to $156 billion (114.5 billion Euros) in 2014. Forrester’s estimates exclude online sales of autos, travel, and prescription drugs. Some other stats from the U.S. forecast: e-commerce sales will represent 8 percent of all retail sales in the U.S. by 2014, up from 6 percent in 2009 In 2009, 154 million people in the U.S. bought something online, or 67 percent of the online population (4 percent more than in 2008) Three product categories (computers, apparel, and consumer electronics) represented more than 44 percent of online sales($67.6 billion) in 2009 While $155 billion worth of consumer goods were bought online last year, a far larger portion of offline sales were influenced by online research. Forrester estimates that $917 billion worth of retail sales last year were “Web-influenced.” It also estimates that online and Web-influenced offline sales combined accounted for 42 percent of total retail sales and that percentage will grow to 53 percent by 2014, when the Web will be influencing $1.4 billion worth of in-store sales. Yet there is a lot of room for improvement in helping consumers go from doing online research to in-store purchases. Only 61 percent of consumers who cross over from one to the other are satisfied with their buying experience, compared to 82 percent for those who end up buying online. Forrester draws the lesson that retailers need to do a better job appealing to online consumers in their physical stores. I come to a different conclusion: avoid going to real stores and buy online whenever you can. You will be happier. stores. I come to a different conclusion: avoid going to real stores and buy online whenever you can. You will be happier. CrunchBase Information CrunchBase Information Forrester Research PeopleString Has over 2Million Users 0.03% 0.14% Facebook Has over 600 Million 8.82% 42.85%Twitter has over 200 Million 2.94% 14.28% SMS 400 Million 5.88% 28.57% Total 1.4 Billion Potential Users Access to PeopleDeals Platform. 20.58% 100.00% World Population is 6,775,235,741 in 2009 ~ 6.8 Billion Group Buying Industry In U.S. Estimated To Grow 138 Percent To $2.7 Billion This Year 0 Comments 75 by Erick Schonfeld on Mar 22, 2011 The group buying industry has sprung out of nowhere over the past two years. A new report (embedded below) by daily deal aggregator Local Offer Network puts the U.S. gross revenues across the industry at $1.1 billion last year, and estimates gross revenues will grow 138 percent to $2.7 billion in 2011. Groupon alone, according to other sources, is expected to bring in between $3 billion and $4 billion this year, up from $760 million las year, but those numbers are worldwide. If you figure at least half of Groupon’s revenues come from the U.S., you can get a sense of how much it dominates the market—capturing anywhere from about 50 to 75 percent of expected industry revenues this year. Read More PS -The Trend is Your Friend. Sign up today PeopleDeals/

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