How to quickly and efficiently go to the store?
Most often, shops prefer to visit women. Some of us can not live a day without a purchase. If a woman bought nothing for herself - the day was in…

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How to save on purchases?
If you at least once searched the Internet for an umbrella, a screwdriver, an insect repellent or a new skirt, then you probably know that you can’t do without necessarily…

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Should I make purchases on Chinese Internet sites?
Every second person is familiar with Chinese online stores. But not everyone risks placing orders. There are a number of reasons for this: the money must be sent immediately, the…

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Shopping in london tips

For some reason, everyone who speaks or writes about shopping in London begins their story or article with an overview of expensive places such as Selfridges department store on Oxford Street or very expensive even at European prices on Bond Street boutiques.
One gets a false impression as if they out there themselves buy: a scarf for 300 pounds, gloves for 400, a knitted pidorka for 150 – that’s your collection for the Russian winter. Continue reading

Merchandising: magic or deception?

A supermarket is a wonderful world of abundance, where you can find everything from crab sticks to a DVD player. It seems that any thing here is waiting for you – just extend your hand. It looks like a fairy tale, is not it? However, if you look closely, a supermarket is a well-organized system, the purpose of which is to force us to buy products, goods and things by any means possible for a bank as large as possible. This is done by special specialists – merchandisers. Continue reading

Are you aware of online resources that help you buy goods cheaply?
The acquisition of a variety of goods via the Internet has become familiar to most Russians. Firstly, it is convenient - not to leave the house and go shopping, and…

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Price tags and supermarkets. How did Frank Woolworth create them?
We are so used to price tags and supermarkets that we can’t imagine modern trade without them. We think it always has been. Reads Yuri Bering No, no, and again…

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