Samsung NetBook

In December alone, Aschaffenburg, Germany sent 230,000 articles, January 07, 2010. With a strong holiday shopping season, redcoon has successfully completed in 2009. In December 2009 alone, included the redcoon shops in nine European countries more than seven million visits and mailed approximately 230,000 articles. redcoon is one of the largest online specialist discounter for consumer electronics, white goods, computers, photo- and sports requisites in Germany and Europe. The holiday shopping season does not end with redcoon on December 24.

In Spain, for example, where redcoon is one of the most popular online shops for electronics products for years, the children are traditionally only gifts on January 6. But also in Germany the joy of consumption continues in January. \”So, recorded the highest visitor interest after Christmas: there were 734.657 pageviews (page views) on December 29, and increased the number of page views even on 747.798. many visitors who chose our shop after the holidays on January 4, 2010, have also bought\”, is happy to Reiner Heckel, founder and CEO of redcoon. Peak day in the redcoon call center in Aschaffenburg, Germany was the December 21 with 3.412 incoming calls on this day alone. Total included the redcoon statistician in the nine countries in which the company is active in December, 7.2 million visits and 45.9 million page views. Right now, where consumers pay more attention than ever to the price, they buy more on the Internet.

\”Because here the prices are really transparent,\” explains Reiner Heckel. More and more empowered consumers don’t like to fool with pithy slogans, but should buy where they preferred to get their desired product. And this is good for redcoon, because we offer exactly that.\” Samsung NetBook: Price breaker and top sellers top sellers at at the end of the year was the NetBook N130-anyNet N270 by Samsung. With this instrument we were the cheapest provider many price comparison portals.\” No wonder that the fine piece of found cakes: approximately 1,200 pieces in December, left the redcoon camp in Aschaffenburg, Germany.