And so it has begun: The world’s biggest online shopping day.
More than $9 billion dollars was spent this day last year and experts are forecasting a number well north of that this year.
As I’ve been doing for the past few years, I’ve collected a few screen grabs of localized websites in China. Here are the latest:
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I enjoying watching how Western companies localize their websites and products to capitalize on Chinese New Year — the Year of the Sheep (or Goat).
Like this gift card from Starbucks China:
And this hero image on the Microsoft China home page:
And Nike has put together a color-appropriate assortment of products:
Happy New Year!
Leave it to Amazon to turn Single Day plural.
And why not. If we can extend Black Friday to Cyber Monday, why not extend Singles day an extra day?
Here’s a screen grab of the Amazon China home page (note that the sale begins on 11/10):
Nike is sticking with one day, for now. Here’s a Singles Day promotion its China website:
And here’s more about this epic shopping day from TechinAsia.