Last April, we wrote about some trends in online shopping:
“According to https://www.statista.com/ (as of last August 2016), Americans are getting almost equally accustomed using their mobile devices as much as they are using their desktops and PCs when shopping online. The information presented shows that 44.8% of the respondents are more comfortable using their tablet and 44.8% using their smartphones. This shouldn’t come as a surprise anymore when there are 237.6 million smartphone users in the US estimated for 2018. On top of this, Americans posted a 24% e-commerce spending in 2017 using a mobile device. Overall, the growing use of mobile device for e-commerce or m-commerce has sprung some concerns in its use.”
This was last month’s news. As E and M-Commerce continue to evolve at a very rapid pace, it can be very challenging to keep up with what’s latest so you can continue to boost your sales and stay on top of the competition. So what is new?
There is still so much more happening in online store shopping. We just have to make sure we are on top of the competition by checking out what’s new and what can help improve our sales. Perfect reason why Get It Im provides products and services that cater to your every need. Get It Im has a long line of products that cater to every family member of all ages. Get It Im has a lot to offer to each and every one. From Health & Beauty, Gifts, Garden and Outdoors, Home & Kitchen, Office & Furniture Supplies, Computers & Electronics, Cars & Transportation and so much more. So what are you waiting for? Check out our different departments/products and find out the difference!
Here is the thing about Thanksgiving shopping, since Thanksgiving is only a day before Black Friday, most people don’t really think about Thanksgiving sales. For that week, people think of thanksgiving as a family holiday and festivities, and not shopping for consumer and other personal items. On top of that, most retail brands close down their brick and mortar shops during Thanksgiving inline for the holidays. So is there really such a thing as a Thanksgiving sale?
Most analyst will argue that for the past two years (even 3), thanks giving retail sale is on the rise. Thanks to online shopping of course. Here are the points of that argument:
For most people Black Friday is a consumer event that is arguably exceeding that of the traditional Christmas sale. For the loyal and the purist, Black Friday meant standing in queue outside shopping malls, elbowing your way through a crowd, even punching your way to the occasional fist fight over a $75 flat screen TV or a $10 coffee maker. For some, they even go to the extent of coming up with a game plan the night before Black Friday. For most people, nothing beats getting physical when it comes to Black Friday sale.
But for some, it is time to breakaway from this tradition. Although everyone would agree that Black Friday can be more than just a consumer event following Thanksgiving where everyone can get a $5 shirt on sale. As the popularity of online shopping soars, some traditional shoppers are starting to consider the possibility of doing their Black Friday purchase in front of a screen instead of a crowd of shoppers thirsty for a large discount.
Offline Shopping Advantage
For the purist offline shopper, it is the thrill of the hunt (for bargains) that pumps their adrenaline. In Store Only Deals are unparalleled compared to online deals. And I must admit, the shopping experience can be un-paralleled. For some, Black Friday is a family tradition, a chance for family and friends to bond and I dare say, compete with other groups or families over a $99 sale.
Having a credit card is great because you can now buy anything online, well, almost anything. But the online world as it is attractive can be really …..tricky. As scams and robberies can happen on the streets, it can also happen online. Here are 5 things you need to remember before you start shopping online:
1.You need to keep your personal information very secure online.
Be very careful as to who you share your personal information with, specifically your credit card number, expiration date, and security code. Never share these over the phone, email, or internet to strangers.
2.CALL do not chat or email.
Now if you really, really, really need these information, maybe to an immediate family member, it is best to do it over the phone. The intention is to make sure you are talking to the right person.