E-Commerce Remains Strong With an Increase in Holiday Spending Continued Growth Projected
January 15, 2010
January 15, 2010 – (HOSTSEARCH.COM) – E-commerce has continued to rocket its way forward throughout 2009 reporting year-over-year growth rates hitting the mid teens according to many reports. Consumer ecommerce spending for the holiday and post-holiday season-to-date was roughly $25.5 billion, nearly a 4% increase over 2008, even in what is called a tough retail environment. Cyber Monday, November 30th, boasted sales that totaled $887 million dollars.
AspDotNetStorefront shopping cart e-commerce customers continue to experience the same upward trends. With over 36 months of usage, Phillip Kellogg of Daffy Apple states: “We moved to the AspDotNetStorefront system 3 years ago. We doubled our internet sales each of the first 2 years and this current year  we are up an additional 70%. Because of the architecture and the search engine [SEO] friendly pages, our visibility on the Internet drove this sales growth. Switching to AspDotNetStorefront was a great move, and it blew our prior home grown e-commerce system out of the water in terms of performance and driving sales."
Another customer, Jeff Rein, of PoolPartsOnline.com said: “Year after year we have seen constant enhancements from AspDotNetStorefront. Year after year we have achieved steady double digit percentage increases with AspDotNetStorefront. And year after year we are thankful for the decision we made in 2004 to choose AspDotNetStorefront as the new ecommerce platform for PoolPartsOnLine.com”.
Cables for Less, a customer of AspDotNetStorefront for over 36 months, reports in 2009 a 57% growth in orders alone! “Let me start by saying this: We did a study when we had to switch shopping carts recently and wanted to make sure we used THE BEST shopping cart on the market. We reviewed every imaginable cart with a cost range of free to $70,000. We found that AspDotNetStorefront is THE BEST product out there - perfection at its best” states Robert Plummer.
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