Category: Personal Shopping
January 30, 2009 – Brand Girl will be a free, monthly e-mail newsletter and blog that features articles and reviews about the latest topics in style, wellness, living, technology and travel. Partner manufacturers will send samples of their latest products to Brand Girl, who… Read More
January 15, 2009 – The holiday gift-giving season has come to an end and consumers around the globe are left holding gift cards they don’t really want. Just go to www.giftcardrescue.com, and use their new service that provides a way out, by allowing users… Read More
November 27, 2008 – “Mirror, Mirror (with the holographic superimposed image) on the wall, what is the fairest outfit of them all?” Now you can get answers to these questions by stepping up to one of the coolest pieces of technology to hit the… Read More
November 20, 2008 – Nearbynow.com has a service that notifies you via text message all the locations in the shopping mall that have the product you are looking for and price. As an bonus feature, it also tells you where the store is in… Read More
October 15, 2008 – We understand that automated services can make our lives a little easier (i.e., checking the credit line on our AMEX before we go to the Jimmy Choo sample sale), but some situations call for human interaction (i.e., someone stole my… Read More
October 15, 2008 – There are a number of comparison shopping sites available. Internet Retailer reports that a new site called DiscountMore.com has decided to compare these comparison search engines.
October 15, 2008 – From its modest beginnings in 1942, in a tiny garage in Mumbai, the Asian Paints brand has grown in leaps and bounds over the last few decades. With a focus on product innovation and quality through a consumer-centric approach, Asian… Read More
October 15, 2008 – One effective way to keep people on your web site is to offer them something for free. On Hancock Fabric’s web site, they offer projects that can take 30 minutes or an hour or more. Lowes offers interactive tools for… Read More
October 9, 2008 – Would you perform open heart surgery if you had never been to medical school? What about defusing a live bomb without any prior formal instruction? “Ridiculous”, you say. “That would be the height of foolishness.” Obviously, you are 100% correct!