As big business takes over the country, we’ve been urged to buy locally. Most people are under the misconception that this means only frequenting businesses in your local area. What it actually means is purchasing items from small businesses rather than huge multi-unit box stores,
I was browsing Craigslist looking for a car the other day when something occurred to me. Craigslist shouldn’t work. It shouldn’t be the first place that people stop when looking for anything from a boat or RV to a treadmill or refrigerator.
I’m not trying to be judgmental here or anything. It’s easy for me to say things like that when I’m a tea and smoothie drinker. Then again, I do love the aroma of coffee brewing. Maybe I’ll just add to the American obsession for coffee
If you’re at work or close to a sleeping baby, turn your volume down. The music starts off loud and keeps going.
They say, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Grammatical challenges aside, it’s a quote that has indirectly driven many lives in many different aspects. We often get comfortable, complacent, and we start harnessing an attitude of safety over adventure.
With every new technological advancement that pertains to making purchases, there are doubts, concerns, and hesitations. Most recently, people have been fearful of social shopping, a relatively new segment of eCommerce that has only started truly taking off in the last year or so.
With over 100K wishlists created so far and the Christmas season approaching (or is it all ready here? Comes so much earlier than it used to), CenterNetworks takes another look at wishlistr.com. In reality, it isn’t much of a look at all, offering only a