blondieblueblondieblue Posts: 9subscriber
edited June 2007 in Sales
 
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NYT: INTERNET SALES IN `DRAMATIC SLOWDOWN`Sat Jun 16 2007 12:46:20 ETSince the inception of the Web, online commerce has enjoyed hypergrowth, with annual sales increasing more than 25 percent overall, and far more rapidly in many categories. But in the last year, growth has slowed sharply in major sectors like books, tickets and office supplies, the NEW YORK TIMES will report on Sunday, newsroom sources tell the DRUDGE REPORT. In Page One leads, the paper claims: "Growth in online sales has dropped dramatically in such diverse categories as health and beauty products, computer peripherals and pet supplies. Analysts say it is a turning point and growth will continue to slow through the decade."Developing...
Holy Cowpie, Batman ... What now  ...???blondieblue2007-6-16 17:34:20

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  • RichRich Las Vegas, NVPosts: 636administrator Site Admin
    thanks for posting this, blondieblue! really relevant and important stuff - i read the NYTimes article and it kind of sounds like the billions of dollars of sales will continue to grow in volume, just not as fast. it had to slow at some point, right?when you say, "what now???", how are you assuming this will affect you?rich
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