You are going to need things, and this is why Shopping has become such an important activity of your life. And since you can not create or manufacture all the things you need to live on, then you must go and buy them. But at the same time, Shopping can become quite addictive if you don't keep it under control by only buying things when you really need them, and make sure that you are living and shopping within your budget and not borrowed credit. And if you apply those two, then Shopping will be fun. And so today I am sharing with You 12 great items to shop for, but first, here are some facts about Shopping:
Designers believe women will buy more if they hear their heels clicking on polished hard surfaces, so they often use hard flooring hallways.
During her lifetime, the average woman spends 25,184 hours and 53 minutes just to shop.
Consumers ages 25 to 34 lead the way in smartphone usage in-store, comparing prices, reading reviews, buying products, and engaging with brands on social media while in physical stores.
Nearly 50 percent of Millennials say they regularly browse for items that they don’t necessarily plan on buying. Thirty-six percent say they only buy items they deem necessary--for which one-third are willing to pay full price.
In the first quarter of 2014, retail revenue generated via a mobile device was up 35 percent over last year's first quarter, with mobile owning 13.7 percent of total e-commerce orders in Q1 2013 compared to 18.5 percent during Q1 2014.
Adults 50 years old and above represent the Web's largest constituency, comprising one-third of the total 195.3 million Internet users in the U.S.
Two-thirds of Americans 50-plus buy from e-retailers online.
Forrester found that more than three-quarters of 57,499 U.S. online adults surveyed had ordered products or services online. And while Gen Y adults (ages 24 to 32) are the most likely to have done so, Gen Xers (ages 33 to 46) spend the most.
With an average $561 in spending, Gen Xers spend about 15 percent more online than Gen Yers ($489), and roughly 25 percent more than the average online adult ($449).
Overall, satisfaction with online shopping is high, at 83 percent. However, it drops below 50 percent when shoppers are asked about, specifically, flexibility to choose delivery date; ability to choose a specified time of day for delivery of purchase; flexibility to reroute packages; and a green shipping option.
Indeed, today’s online shoppers are looking for a variety of flexible options from retailers; 62 percent also want to buy items online and make returns in-store, and 44 percent want the ability to buy online and pick up their purchases in a store.
Online shopping hit $2.29 billion in sales this past Cyber Monday.
Digital interactions influence 36 cents of every dollar spent in the retail store, or approximately $1.1 trillion total.
Eighty-four percent of store visitors use their mobile devices before or during a shopping trip.
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