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Ulta’s mobile traffic spikes 104%

 

 

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 .  August 29, 2017

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Ulta’s mobile traffic spikes 104%

Ulta Beauty’s e-commerce continues to shine, reporting a 72.3% lift in sales for the quarter, similar to the momentum seen in the past two quarters.

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