Here is the link to Umesh Chandra Bhatt’s response to the word prompt, ‘Shopping’
https://hubpages.com/literature/How-Muc … d-Chllenge
Hello Umesh Ji!
I liked your response to Shopping, the different levels or types of shopping. Very interesting analysis. Thank you for sharing.
An enjoyable article, Umesh. You gave a good rundown of the different levels of shopping. Thank you for sharing this Chitrangada.
This is a great overview of the different types of shoppers, Umesh. I enjoyed reading your article. I think this is a good response to Brend's prompt.
Thanks for posting this article, Chitrangada.
Very nice response to the word prompt, Umesh! Glad to see you taking part in the challenges.
Your article starts out with a quote about how shopping is relaxing, but it's a problem for one's bank balance.
Then you tell us about the different levels of shopping.
We all have basic shopping where we we must buy items to maintain the household.
We either pick these up daily, once a week, in the evening, on the way home from work, or have them delivered.
Shopping level 1 is when we buy necessary essentials...shoes, furniture, and other items needed.
Shopping level 2 is impulse buying. We see an item we like and simply buy it whether we need it or not.
Shopping level 3 is replacing items in our house simply because we're bored with the design or want to follow the latest trend.
We discard or donate old items to the needy.
Shopping level 4 is when people shop to pass the time & actually enjoy their shopping experience.
They have no need to make a purchase, but they enjoy it doing it in person or online.
Fun shopping you show us a video about a mom taking her two little boys to buy toys.
It's cute, but there's no way I'm letting a child pick out whatever toys he wants to buy.
That could get costly.
Shopping addiction is when one can't help but go shopping. He has no need for anything, but he can't help putting items in his cart.
You tell us that Shopping directly influences the industrial boom.
If we purchase items then the industry stays strong.
Your article covers it all. We've noticed that drop of industry during this pandemic as many places closed up shop for awhile because no one was shopping.
Great job on this one.
I'll post a link in the word prompt article.
A very good response to word prompt 'Shopping', Umesh. You have given a good overview of the different types of shopping. I enjoyed reading it. Thanks Chitrangada for sharing.
Umesh has broken down the various types of shopping. It is interesting looking at his poll as to how respondents have voted. Thanks Chitrangada for sharing his article with us.
Thanks chitrangada for sharing my article.
John, Pamela, Bill, Brenda, Vidsagster, and Peggy - thanks a lot for your encouraging comments.
I liked the topic and your thesis about it. Very interesting classification and nice layout. Thanks for sharing.
by Chitrangada Sharan 15 months ago
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