Wednesday’s review of the best shopping suggestions
Wednesday’s review of the best shopping suggestions is a research based article written by Alian Rolin on the use of artificial intelligence to generate relevant and interesting product recommendations for customers in a digital age.
The best shopping on the internet is now at a click away.
This time I will review some of the most popular shopping websites, tell you how they work and give you some advice on what to look for when making your selection.
According to a survey from Kantar Worldpanel, UK’s top 20 shopping destinations account for over 75% of all retail sales.
Online marketplaces like Amazon and eBay have become very popular in the last few years. In the UK, Amazon accounts for 33% of all online sales, while eBay is at 35% and regular department stores are at just 15%.
However there are still many obstacles that need to be overcome when trying to sell on these platforms: what type of product should I list as my item? Which services do I offer? What do I offer as a customer? (a buyer?) Should I use online reviews or customer ratings? Will my item be available after x number of days? etc etc…
It has become a very easy task to find products that meet your needs. Few months back Google Shopping started its journey and now it is available in all major stores globally.
Since you can search everything at once on one screen, the shopping experience gets more time efficient and better. But, this convenience comes with some disadvantages as well – you have to wait for the product to be delivered to your doorstep instead of placing it in your shopping basket and then use the checkout option where you could pay for the item online. You are also not able to browse through other relevant products from other categories like electronics or clothing.
This is also how shopping wants to be done in future: Everything should be delivered straight from manufacturers site directly into your home or office space – no waiting for relatives, friends or neighbors that help.
When you are looking for a product, you usually think of shopping on Amazon or in your favorite retailer. But do you know about the wide variety of shopping options out there? Do you know where to buy them and at what price? If so, then we are sure that it is time to read this article.
The market is full of different options for buying products online. You can take advantage of the wide variety of online shopping platforms which are available to buy products from, from China and from beyond. There are also local retailers which deal in specific product categories and offer different prices and deals as well as shipping costs. The best thing about Amazon is that no matter which option you select, it will always deliver packages into your home in fewer days than other retailers. However, with all these options available.
Significant progress has been made in the field of online consumer shopping.
Advertisers are constantly looking for new and effective ways to advertise their products and services. They are currently spending more than $2 billion on online adverts. This is a massive amount when compared with other forms of advertising such as print ads, billboards, radio or TV commercials etc. However, how do they go about it? The most common way is to buy Google AdWords (which cost $500 million per year) or Facebook Ads [Consumers spend around $1 billion on Facebook alone]. But these two companies take a long time to show any results and so they need technology to make their job easier.