Reasons Companies are Doing Business Online. The below comments are based on a survey done by many world-class businesses and agencies. As they shared interest they all have in common.
1. Improving Company Image 2. 24/7 365 Hour Availability 3. Consumer awareness 4. Better Customer Support 5. Very Low Start-up Costs 6. The Internet Was Made for Business 7. Live / Work from Anywhere 8. Reduce Operation Costs 9. Target the Global Market 10. Increase Company Responsiveness
The above reasons are why more and more businesses turn to the WEB. Passing on the saving to the consumer. With businesses reaching out to enhance their company at all levels. The opportunities are limitless. Capturing technology to maximize and giving the consumer the greatest experience.
As opposed to a brick-and-mortar store, where your physical cart can only hold so much, an online cart’s capacity is endless and the potential for a user to change their mind before buying is pretty high. According to a September 2019 study from the web usability research group the Baymard Institute, the global average online shopping cart abandonment rate is a whopping 69.57%.
It is our honor to assist these admirable companies and bridge the gap between all ages. Businesses target many global areas and perks. In every aspect of people’s ways of living. In turn. To create a better environment. Much is based on habits, social media behaviors, buying trends, etc.
In close. Business wants to give consumers and communities the best they have to offer. Also, be happy with their purchases
Our mission is to assist consumers in shopping experience. By associating with highly respectable companies. Those who value their clients as we do. Also, giving you the best deals available. In today’s society, trust and loyalty are considered one of the highest consumer expectations. Not pricing and quality products. Customer satisfaction is the utmost responsibility of every business.
For those that love to shop and where time is an essence. We bring the MALL to you. Just imagine you are just less than 3 clicks away to reach your destination. Yes, it’s that easy. How easy is it? View the Guide to Mall Merchants. Once there, all have links directly to your desired merchant(s) website. With over 80 merchants to choose from. With more to come. So, stay tuned as more is coming your way. Many merchants have exciting deals you don’t want to miss.
As we all know. Not everyone has time or patience to take the time walking and strolling around a mall. Some are on a budget, others can be so lucky. Some have physical challenges. Some have children to tend to. Some have had bad experiences at a mall. PARKING. Some shoppers just have their reason or reasons for not going to a mall.
Shop at your own convenience
Dress in a manner of your own taste
No pressure sales agents
Don’t need a ride
Restrooms are nearby and clean
Weather is always right
Be at peace while shopping
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Some merchants offer online shipping with pickup at a store or closest location available.
Those that do love to shop at the Mall. Please enjoy yourself. This is for those shoppers for whatever reason they just need to save TIME. You can go anywhere and be anywhere and with whom you ever want. You can take as long as you want to shop. No OPEN or CLOSING hours.
Pressure signing up for sales programs/cards not insisted.
No rude sales agents/employee
Email information not required
Zipcode survey not required
Phone numbers not needed
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For the most part, consumers who shop online versus brick-and-mortar stores do so. Because, it’s where they expect to find the lowest prices, right? Wrong.
Most shoppers do not cite “lower prices” as their primary motivation for shopping the web. According to a new survey of over 1,000 consumers by Simon-Kucher & Partners. In turn, retailers that make winning the low-price war the centerpiece of their competitive strategy. Therefore, this coming holiday season and in general will regret that tack long term, the firm concludes.
While it might sound unglamorous, retailers that invest in infrastructure will reap long-term customer loyalty, said Susan Lee, a partner who runs Simon-Kucher’s.
Recent moves by the nation’s biggest brick-and-mortar retailer and the largest online retailer. Respectively, for guidance on one secret to satisfying online shoppers.
Wal-Mart is building two new fulfillment centers to boost the speed of delivery. While Amazon is increasing its seasonal staff by 70,000 employees, according to a Simon-Kucher press release.
“Wal-Mart’s competitive issue with big online retailers isn’t pricing. It’s a fulfillment and service battle,” Lee said in the release. The big lesson: It’s a big no-no for retailers “to use pricing to correct a weakness in another area. Like product selection or speed of delivery,” she said. “You should fix the problem.” That’s not to say that price doesn’t matter to shoppers – but its importance varies by product category:
• Shoppers surveyed. (24 cited “lower prices” as the primary motivating factor to purchase “vanguard” products — books, consumer electronics, and entertainment – the study revealed.
•“Lower prices” was the main reason. That brought “new frontier” items such as health and beauty products, toys/sports/hobby related merchandise, as well as clothing and furniture.
•However, when it came to buying food and beverages, shoppers surveyed ranked “better selection”. As the leading impetus driving their purchase, the survey said.
•And “free shipping” was the leading motivation among shoppers(16%) buying commodity products like cleaning and paper products.
“The vast majority of buyers in all segments did not cite lower prices as their main motivation,” by the press. Lee elaborates on the findings in her new eBook, “It’s Time For E-Commerce To Grow Up.”
Check out what goes on every day. Many store events are going on right NOW. Deals and unbelievable bargains throughout each retailer. The holidays and events are approaching. So, time may be running out. New and exclusive items may be limited. Therefore, as a result, limited supplies may apply. However, get yours NOW. Before, it’s all gone. After that, you will be happy you shopped. In conclusion. Thank you for stopping by.
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Business phone texting. Over 74% of people today use their phones for just about anything. Real easy to use. View the video to get a glimpse of more information. If you have any comments, concerns, or questions. Feel free to text your message.
There is no pressure to purchase anything!!! No automated emails/text blasting. 87% of people ignore or tired of the blast they receive each day. Then they delete those blast or put them into the SPAM category. No opting in, no membership required, and no sales pitches. Yes, there are benefits to automation. But, not everyone wants or needs it.
What we do is purely simple. A little Old Fashion way you may say. Person to person conversations. If you are satisfied with what you hear. Conversation continues. If you are not satisfied with what you hear. Conversation ends. Satisfying the needs of the customer is highly important.
In case you missed the phone number to text. 1(317)647-5286. Don’t hesitate. You’ll be glad you did.
Shopping online just got even better. Listen to music while shopping. Sounds unusual. Here is how it works. Easy to use.
Open a duplicate tab from your browser.
Select from the playlist your desired preference.
Click on the link.
Select a song or play the whole playlist
Turn up your volume if need be.
Return to the previous tab browser.
Continue shopping while music is playing.
Usage of devices may differ
Click below to desiredmusic. Here is your list of awesome music:
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Heading out to Casinos with family and/or friends
Theme parks- Disneyland, Seaworld, and Universal Studios
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Last but not least———SLEEP
Tips on Planning your vacation.
Make a list of the top 5 places you want to travel. If there are other people traveling with you, have them do the same thing.
Decide why you want to travel. If you know why you want to leave home, choosing a destination will be easier. Determining whether your goal is to relax and unwind, have new adventures, see famous or ancient sights, or provide your children with lifelong memories will determine what kind of destination you should choose
Discuss possible destinations with your fellow travelers. Instead of making this a chore, have it be a fun activity. Over the course of a few days, weeks or other long-duration you wish (e.g. 1-3 months), spend some time talking about each place and why it would make a good destination
Consider everyone who will be traveling with you. If you are traveling with children, someone elderly, or someone with a disability, you may want to consider the destination that would be accessible.
Research destination costs. While you may take more time after choosing a destination to find great deals on travel and hotel arrangements, doing a quick online search of approximate costs to travel to each destination may help you narrow your choices based on your budget.
These are just the tip of the iceberg guide. Other considerations may be needed as each vacation requirement defer individually.