ComScore, a digital tracking company, released data today on the success of Cyber Monday over last year. Cyber Monday brought in $1.25 billion dollars, which ranks it as the highest US online spending day in history. That is an increase of 22% from last year. ComScore’s data also points out that 10 million people shopped on Cyber Monday, making it the largest amount of people ever that bought online in a single day. The numbers are definitely staggering compared to last year. I could only imagine that this number will grow next year as even brick and mortar stores will try to generate more revenue from Cyber Monday. The biggest amount of data missing from ComScore are purchases made from a mobile device. ComScore has been tracking on-line sales since 2005, the birth of Cyber Monday. To read more on ComScore’s data report click here.
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Jason Estroff was born and raised mostly in sunny Tucson, AZ. He studied film making at Pima Community College and earning a degree in 2005. His technical skills and creative abilities were put to the test as he was assign special effects supervisor for the advance film and editing class. Jason was an assistant coach as well as the strength and conditioning trainer for boys basketball team at Pueblo High School in Tucson from 1998-2005. He writes and reviews movie and web scripts, along with short stories. He also directs, edits, and produces most of his films. Jason handles most of the web services offered by Adam D Technology and frequently teaches classes and tutors those in need of technology/ web learning's. He is currently developing "Tucson Techie", a site devoted to technology news, blogs, information, reviews, deals, and anything else related to the world of technology. Jason has a vast and ever expanding knowledge in technology, graphic/web design, and film making.