This year online holiday sales (excluding travel) will total $32.1 billion, up 10.1% over 2007, according to eMarketer. This is a sharp decline from growth rates in the low-to-mid 20% range seen over the past few years. The weak economy is placing downward pressure on e-commerce sales this season. That pressure accentuates the already declining sales growth, which is a sign of the inevitable maturation of the online shopping channel
To find out more about digital marketing and eMarketer's report "U.S. Retail E-Commerce:
Slower But Still Steady Growth"