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Learning about Cyber Monday

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Cyber Monday and Black Friday are promoted far in advance by the retailers. A immense portion of retail business goes down between Turkey Day and Christmas. How the sales go during this period of time will determine the profitability of the conglomerates. Some companies will not survive this period if they do not make their sales events. Therefore, it is important for the public to be repeatedly informed of these approaching sale events. These two days, both online and offline have great sales (loss leaders), that are meant to take people into the stores. Once there the customers will buy other items counteracting the money suck on these specially promoted items.

 An case study is the Target offering of a 32" HD TV for under $250. This is clearly an item created to draw businesses into the stores and cannot be purchased online, therefore, it goes under the column marked Black Friday. There are similar items meant for online people and marked for Cyber Monday.

 The buyer makes up roughly 70% of the economy and is badly needed. It is not big to the businesses whether the clients are drawn out and in debt. They are still pulled to come out and shop or go on the internet and make buys.

 The American economy is pulled to the consumer making unnecessary purchases. Unless the businesses can pull back their expectations and not crush the customer with large offers, the nations indebtedness will continue. Even now, many purchasers are holding off for prices to drop more before committing to buys. When this happens the pickup in consumer purchases (since they were sold for too low a price), do not offer too much to the bottom line of conglomerates during the holiday season.

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