According to the most commonly accepted etymology, the day after "Thanksgiving" was named "Black Friday" in reference to the black streets invaded by people who go shopping on the occasion of this day. According to another explanation, the black color refers to the black ink used by American traders to report the amount of their revenue at the time of making their accounts - the red ink it, means the losses.
This year, the French made 42,759 million banking transactions this Friday, November 24th, to take advantage of notable discounts on many websites. A gigantic amount of money which reflects the position e-commerce has in nowadays affairs. A figure higher than the Saturdays and Sundays of December, as Christmas approaches. An American tradition, organized every year after Thanksgiving, which seems to attract more and more French people.
Regarding this fact, it would be profitable if every trader –on an international stage- optimizes his products in order to be part of this international system which links the network’s users and which has a decisive conduct on companies’ turnover . Outsourcing orders’ entry and technical support would be a great concept to do the trick and gain more money.