Thanksgiving has just passed, which means the holiday season has just begun, and we all know what comes after Thanksgiving? Yes, the shopping weekend has finally arrived. Black Friday 2020 is here and even if we are in the middle of a pandemic, we just can’t miss the Black Friday sale. But almost everyone is pretty sure that this time the majority of people would be ordering things online, amidst social distancing norms and the second wave threat of COVID-19. Moreover, many retail giants like Walmart and Target have decided to cancel their in-store Black Friday events because of this pandemic. So, if you are planning to make the most out of this holiday season and leverage Black Friday sales to recover a major part of the losses that happened because of the pandemic and lockdown, then you can’t afford to not sell on ecommerce platforms.