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Apr 12, 2018   //   by Bradley Short   //   Uncategorized  //  No Comments

Online shopping is more under control than traditional methods of shopping, as online shopping helps people save time and money, while also having a more convenient shopping experience.

What is an Ecommerce Shopping Cart

 

When shopping at discount stores online, you will find prices that are lower than local, and the same is the case for other types of stores. For example, at Amazon.com, you will find the same products that you can buy in some popular convenience stores for less.

When shopping at discount stores online, you will find prices that are lower than local, and the same is the case for other types of stores. For example, at Amazon.com, you will find the same products that you can buy in some popular convenience stores for less.

Online shopping has many benefits, like:

-Lower prices with the possibility of using coupon codes (get more info here)

-Fast delivery

-Durable goods

-Safety and security

-Convenience

-Satisfaction

-Security

Cost of Living Benefits The main reason why you want to shop at discount stores is that they are convenient, low prices, and sometimes even cheaper than local stores. It can be hard to find a store with good prices that is located near you, so a discount store can give you the best deals. Shopping at discount stores Online shopping has many benefits, like:The main reason why you want to shop at discount stores is that they are convenient, low prices, and sometimes even cheaper than local stores. It can be hard to find a store with good prices that is located near you, so a discount store can give you the best deals.

How Do You Know a Discount Store is Safe?

There are many ways to make sure your information is safe at a discount store. For example, it is best to ask the cashier to pull up the customer’s name, credit card, and photo, if the name is not on file. If there is a lot of activity in your discount store, the clerk may want to pull up your account number. Or, if you are using a mobile device to shop, be sure to do this yourself before leaving the store, and use a different name than you would on your regular checking account.

 

Discount Store Terms and Conditions Some of the terms and conditions that are included in discount stores are usually standard to all stores. This means that you won’t have to deal with any special terms if you sign up with the store. The most significant one is the 24-Hour Guarantee. This means that if a product that you are buying is on sale at the store, you will be given a rebate on the full retail price. The only time this is not valid is when you are buying a gift. If you think this is an issue with your online order, call your company’s headquarters to find out how this is handled. If the merchandise is on sale, you should expect to get your money back at least 24 hours after you order it.

5. Product Selection Matters

Many of the most popular products are sold at the lowest prices. There are plenty of places to get things cheap, so it pays to shop around. If the price is good, and you’re not in a hurry to receive your order, you should try to check out the merchandise before you order. You’ll usually find better prices and more options in the online section.

 

Don’t Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is, Put Your Back: Supercharged Philanthropy

Mar 11, 2011   //   by Bradley Short   //   Blog, Company Culture, Marketing & Communication, Uncategorized  //  No Comments

“It’s good to hear that you donated some money to a cause, but I can do that myself!  Show me what you can really do!”

I’ve heard a number of fellow SXSW attendees today commenting about the limited effectiveness of many philanthropic campaigns.  A recurring theme was something along the lines of “giving money to charities and then telling customers about it is good, but is there a better way?”

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Profit Responsibly in 2011 – Resolutions for the New Year

Dec 31, 2010   //   by Bradley Short   //   Energy, Investors & Stakeholders, Operations Management, Uncategorized  //  No Comments

As 2010 draws to a close, now is the perfect time to make some resolutions for your business.

In 2011, take steps to make your business more responsible, greener, more in tune with all of your various stake holders and more profitable with the following resolutions:

  • Conduct an annual energy audit at each of your facilities, and work to become more efficient every year.
  • Enact new heating and cooling policies (and follow through by raising the thermostat a few degrees in the summer and lower it in the winter).
  • Switch to double-sided and / or black and white printing or, better yet, encourage employees to NOT print materials unless they have to.
  • Install software that automatically shuts down computers at the end of the day, or at least make it a policy for employees to fully shut down at night.
  • Allow employees to volunteer for charities on company time, and pay their regular wages while they do so. Read more >>
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