What Do People Buy Online? What Are The Items People Buy Most When Shopping Online?
Me: computer parts
In general I would say that there is no way to actually know. You would have to pull statistics from every online store out there. However, I would think most $$ on the internet is spent on "naughty" websites.
They buy everything. And you may find the research about it. Other say is not exactly.
They buy anything. now the question is do they bid for a higher price to win the product.
Whats a point in biding for a higher price. Just imagine you go to a shop, ask for the price and then tell him that you want to pay more for the product.
do you do that,
don't you love to negotiate with the seller to reduce the price, then why should you not get that opportunity buying online.
why shouldn't you bid to reduce the price and win the product.
buy at www.bestebazaar.com - its exactly what is happening. your each bid reduces the current value of the product and then you decide if you want to buy at that price.
When you know that the most popular products are then you can sell stuff online to a bunch of hungry customers! read more
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