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A lot of book lovers have a question in their mind where to sell books online after reading them? Many people love books and see them extremely difficult...

Over 60% of british employees think that usage of social media sites needs to be forbidden in the offices, based on a new study from UK employment site, reed.co.uk. The study of 4,245 employees around the UK unveiled that only 1 in 3 workers make use of Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or alternative social networking sites while working. Nonetheless, for quite a few jobs,...

The yearly survey by the Office of National Statistics on household spending in the UK, discovered that in 2009 the standard weekly domestic spending was...

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Plenty of people are selling stuff online, from unused household items to cars, properties. In order to sell online, there are few questions may pop up on your mind, such as how, what and where to sell online.Here are a few tips to help you to began online selling and making some extra money. Think about your interests, passions and hobbies: If you are passionate about...

London underground tube commuters are able to ask for refunds for Tube journeys which made them late – however it has not been simple to do as most of the people forget to make a claim or simply don’t know about the process, as Annie Mole mentioned on her London Underground Blog numerous times. TubeTap is a new iPhone app which enables anyone to ask for refunds...

The American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) published on July 19 a study on customer satisfaction when using the internet, which includes social networking...

Young people are coming in contact with sexually-explicit contents online, based on a latest study. 25% of 13 to 15 year olds have experienced sexually...

In spite of challenging times in the traditional retailers, online shopping is boosting with visitors to internet retailers up 27% in the 2nd quarter of...

Medics told to be careful and be wary when using social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter. The British Medical Association instruction pointed out a number of possible drawbacks medical professionals experience. For example, it stated there is a danger that they cross the lines between private and professional lives could be at risk. It originates following...

UK shoppers are shelling out increasingly more cash shopping online, but consumers why buy clothes are sending back £500 million worth of items annually, reported by Kelkoo. A survey discovered that thousands of shoppers often purchase a couple of the identical products of garments in various sizes in order to find the best fit, keeping the one which suits and refund...

The Aussie online tech retailer Dick Smith (something like Dixons in the UK) abruptly offered its New Zealand internet shoppers a large price reduction when its website faced glitch and authorised sales for nothing. Excited shoppers yesterday claimed their success via Twitter, with one getting a 27inch iMac at no cost but incurred NZ$4.95 for shipment. Dick Smith’s...

Every 2 in 3 Britons spend over their holiday budget by £350 when they are away for holiday break. A normal tourist usually takes £460 to splurge, for mainly having dinner and sipping out and sightseeing and tours, based on a new study. Trapped up in the vacation mood, 1 in 5 of british tourists makes a decision of buying even not looking at the price of the goods. The...

The volume of people shopping on the internet is determined by positive word of mouth, as stated by Michael Norton, managing director, PayPoint.net. Certainly, there is often a “real trade-off” regarding benefit and protection, he explained. “The safest method [for individuals to buy on the internet] would be to ask individuals to key in his or her complete...

A new research conducted by UK telecommunications leader BT unveils that one in three people in UK are ‘overwhelmed’ by the technology they use in day to day basis. Based on the research, which was conducted by the University of Cambridge, users get overwhelmed by the communications technology, social networking, such as Facebook, texting and email. The study, which...

Technology savvy consumers who shop by using social media websites as well as mobile phone apps are at a higher risk of fraud, based on a new study. Experts believed that approximately £30 million might be sacrificed to fraudsters by 2015. The danger of fraud is significantly higher whilst buying via mobile phones and social networkig websites due to the fact that consumers...

Almost half of British individuals are definitely not considering choosing products via social commerce, for example Facebook shops, based on a new research The research, carried out by Havas Media Social and Lightspeed Research, demonstrates that even though retail sector considering social commerce as the “next big thing”, 89% of individuals have never purchased...

Males tend to be more inclined to shopping online than females, a study conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics has discovered. The Australian Social Trends report published today reveals males are 9% more likely compared to females to shop online. The survey furthermore learned Aussie personnel are enduring much less personal injuries and having fewer time off...

Based on a latest study, the next level of the online shopping growth should observe buyers significantly utilising the Ipad and portable computers when purchasing on the web. The study carried out by shopping search engine, Shopzilla, claimed as a result sellers really should be planning for a ‘tablet revolution’, as online shopping via iPads and equivalent tablet...

The renowned Haynes Manuals, those encyclopedic manuals filled with many of the Do It Yourself (DIY) details any amateur technician ought to service their own vehicle, are eventually becoming accessible in digital form. Known as Haynes MOL (Manuals Online), the manuals will provide domestic mechanics the identical trustworthy details they’ve anticipated out of print...

A number of online stores offering garments for parcel shipping found great outcomes having a latest marketing strategy. Vogue magazine Australia’s Online Shopping Night (VOSN) pulled in 35,000 unique visitors to its site and also inspired 6,000 followers to join up on its Facebook page during the promotion. Vogue Online Shopping Night seemed to be the 3rd leading...

Internet surfers devote sixteen percent of their time on social websites, increase from just 8% 4 years earlier, suggests the latest study by comScore. In 2007, social network represented about 1 of every 12 min’s passed on the internet, whereas currently that total number is a lot more like 1 from every 6 min’s. This amount isn’t unexpected. Simply ponder...

The UK E-Commerce stores seem to be unable to fulfill shopper expectations based on a new research.The study questioned customers regarding their online purchasing choices then compared shops in order to see how they formed. Whilst retail stores are checking the to do list when it comes to the basics of e-commerce, such as offering sharp item pictures and efficient search,...

A survey is being carried out by IMRG to be able to figure out the entire number of employees throughout the uk who are working for the e-commerce industry. The yearly research discovered that the year before more than 600,000 people were employed by e-commerce companies, exceeding 150,000 individual companies providing resources and services directly associated to safe...

A new study shows that only 33% shoppers take a look at brand sites, where 75% venturing retailer sites. It also showed that none of them eager to speak with known brands while they communicate easily with retailers. The consumer research firm Shoppercentric thinks that there are options for suppliers and manufacturers via social media and mobile commerce but that organisations...