Which store do you most use to purchase products online?
Say the store name and why.
HP for printer ink. Amazon is helpful with so many items galore. I buy their books, too, but I also like BooksaMillion.
I almost always use Amazon, occasionally ebay if I want something a little more difficult to find. I find bidding to be exhausting. I use Amazon because of the convenience.
Amazon.com. I'm addicted to them for books and collectables. I collect shotglasses... You never know what you can find on there for cheap. Then I enjoy going to o.co for clothes, home supplies, and other pieces. It seems to be a nice website.
I do most of my online shopping at amazon. I usually buy books and the prices at amazon are really great. Very good quality used books can also be found at amazon at even better prices.
I go to Amazon for just about everything. I usually compare prices first and Amazon seems to always have the best deal and I love the ease of returning things to them. For scrapbooking supplies I usually go to bluemoonscrapbooking.com - they have great prices and service. They usually call me to thank me for my online orders. Nice touch.
I use Amazon prime (got a year free because I'm a student) It saves me money on items and free shipping - woohoo! I plan to continue the prime membership because I feel it is definitely worth it. You can find just about anything on Amazon - usually much less expensive than in a store.
I also use eBay a lot too though for bulk or wholesale items - I did a lot when I was in business making crafts and whatnot.
I don't make regular online purchases, but for one time used amazon
by Susana Smith 6 years ago
Hi all,I'm creating a hub around christmas gift ideas for a specific niche, based on my own knowledge of the products. Can anyone point me to the rules regarding amazon/text ratios and any other info I need to know please? Thank you
by charlesefe 13 years ago
I have been thinking that the easiest way to make money online is thru affiliate marketing whaich is some how thru. My main question is that where is the esaiest palce to make the. Click bank Or Amazon.
by Brie Hoffman 13 years ago
Or is that a no no?
by Nspeel 11 years ago
Where should I start for setting up an online store?
by Nelle Hoxie 14 years ago
To make money online selling stuff, probably the most important thing is to choose the right products. Here's what I do for ideas.I walk around Wal-Mart and Target a lot. And I watch QVC. All three carry a huge selection of products and all have a certain marketing genius. The trick is not to spend...
by sannyasinman 14 years ago
I have never earned a cent from Amazon in 4 months. Not a single cent. Also I see conflicting advice from the experts here, some say dispense with Amazon altogether, others seem to make money from Amazon. So, just before I go and delete the Amazon capsules from all of my hubs, I thought I would at...
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