A few wrong computer clicks could land you in trouble this holiday shopping season.
With the long Black Friday weekend behind us, say hello to Cyber Monday. But as you point, click and purchase, or even just surf social media, remember you may be letting marketers know more than what you bargained for.
Don’t get lost in the sea of sales, coupons, flyers and email lists. Take a little time to organize and you can save a bundle this holiday season.
The crack of dawn isn’t the only option for Black Friday shopping.
Many creative entrepreneurs sell their products on and offline, but would you trust an at-home manufacturer with your cosmetics? Some consumers are swearing by the do-it-yourself products.
Do you like shopping on internet giant Amazon.com because the prices are usually really good and you don’t have to pay state sales tax? Well, the free ride is over.
Plenty of people on social media today refer to heavily-used sites, such as Instagram or Facebook, and spot someone wearing an outfit they have interest in, but have no way to go about locating where they can get their own.
Do you like shopping on internet giant Amazon.com because the prices are usually really good and you don’t have to pay state sales tax? Well, the free ride is almost over.
A warning if you shop online and have a habit of returning items, you may be in for a surprise. More retailers are starting to take notice and some are even punishing repeat offenders.
Don’t be surprised if see a co-worker doing a little online shopping during their lunch break. It’s Cyber Monday, the techno follow up to Black Friday and the biggest day of the year for online sales.