electronic shopping


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electronic shopping

a form of DIRECT MARKETING in which consumers make purchases from products displayed on their domestic television by means of a telephone or keyboard link to the seller.
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Core retail sales growth has remained flat over the past two quarters while electronic shopping sales have seen double-digit growth, indicating that the consumer recovery has not stalled but rather has been a bit uneven," noted Rosenbaum.
Cabco, the world's leading international operator of electronic shopping carts, and PRN joined forces earlier this year to enhance the in-store media experience for retailers and shoppers.
Further, the report noted, as more consumers of different economic levels increasingly log on, price considerations are likely to force the electronic shopping world into mirroring the traditional brick-and-mortar universe: "a segmented virtual world of luxury, budget, specialty, and broad-line sites.
Catalog and direct mail will continue to divert dollars away from traditional retailers, but the emergence of various forms of at-home electronic shopping could present the greatest threat of all to traditional retailing.
The 2013 Worldwide Electronic Shopping & Mail Order Houses Industry-Industry & Market Report, published annually , contains timely and accurate industry statistics, forecasts and demographics.
Related information gained from the report stated that total sales from electronic shopping and mail-order houses came to a total of USD79bn, of which computer hardware and software accounted for 29% of that figure.
He said that by 1998, technology like high-definition television and interface to other systems will be in place to make electronic shopping easier.
Electronic Shopping & Mail Order Houses report, published annually, contains timely and accurate industry statistics, forecasts and demographics.
Consumers today want a faster and easier way to log on to the Internet for such daily tasks as electronic shopping and banking, while professionals who work at home need access to the Internet that's as fast as if they were working at an office.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE--(C) 1994-9 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD PRODUCT: E-SHOCK, THE ELECTRONIC SHOPPING REVOLUTION SUPPLIER: MACMILLAN BUSINESS PRICE: GBP25 ISBN: 0-333-73015-1 This book looks into the electronic shopping revolution which is rapidly being taken up by a large amount of businesses and examines whether your business is ready for 'virtual selling' and if not what to do to avoid being wiped out by the new trend of electronic sales.
Users also can browse through local maps, electronic shopping and tourist information.
The next leap is to electronic shopping, which also banks on the convenience of shopping at home.

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