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How Twitter Users Spread Buzz For Cyber Monday & Black Friday

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Early studies showed that Twitter contributed nothing to Thanksgiving sales this year, at least in terms of traffic to retail sites. But data from Black Friday and Cyber Monday continues to pour in. Analysts at NMIncite read the posts for shopper feedback, while Silverpop found the brand sites with the most check-ins. These reports showed another trend: even if people weren’t shopping through Twitter, they were using the microblogging site to talk about their shopping plans.

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Social Media Newsfeed: #GivingTuesday | Baby Hashtag

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Black Friday, Cyber Monday … Now Giving Tuesday (The Christian Science Monitor/AP)
A national campaign to brand the Tuesday after Thanksgiving as an annual day of giving is a product of the digital age, steeped in social media, with its own Twitter hashtag: #GivingTuesday. The movement’s founding partners include traditional organizations such as the United Way and American Red Cross as well as Microsoft, the online bargain site Groupon, and Mashable, the technology and social media news blog.

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Social Media Newsfeed: Cyber Monday | Facebook Privacy

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Cyber Monday Deals: How to Find the Best Online Sales and Save Some Major Green (The Huffington Post/Reuters)
In a one-day blitz of shopping, consumers are expected to empty their wallets of more than $1 billion on Cyber Monday, the online shopping spree on Nov. 26, according to spending projections from research firm comScore. Cyber Monday 2012 may offer the best deals on technology products this year, said Brian Hoyt, senior writer for RetailMeNot.com, a coupon code site.

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