February 22, 2011, 8:53 AM

DealYard.com Announces Continued Sales Growth in 2010

DealYard.com kept pace with current trends in online shopping as evidenced by their efforts to announce their specials on their blog, Facebook and Twitter accounts.

Westbury, NY — February 15, 2011 — DealYard.com, a leading online retailer of first quality, brand name merchandise continued its significant year over year sales growth in 2010 posting a 12% increase over the prior year. 

In 2010, DealYard.com continued its commitment to growth by unveiling several new website features that increased sales to higher levels.  Incorporating product reviews, offering a daily deal special and providing free shipping on all orders were some of the improvements that helped increase conversion rates from 2.16% to 2.85% on www.dealyard.com.  These upgrades resulted in improved customer satisfaction and a better overall shopping experience for the consumer.

As e-commerce continued to evolve in 2010, DealYard.com kept pace with current trends in online shopping as evidenced by their efforts to announce their specials on their blog, facebook and twitter accounts.  “We are very pleased with our 2010 performance.  Our focus on execution and efficiency continues to allow us to offer our customers outstanding deals.  We expect continued growth in 2011 by offering new product lines and the same deeply discounted prices our loyal customers expect from us,” said Rob Heller, CEO of DealYard.com.

About DealYard.com

DealYard.com is committed to offering first quality brand name closeout and overstock merchandise at deeply discounted pricing.  Outstanding customer service has always been and continues to be a hallmark of the DealYard brand.

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