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Online Shopping

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Online Shopping Computers have come a long way since the first one was invented in the early 1900's. We currently live in a society where people can do almost anything on the Internet. You can plan your day ahead, check your horoscope, and look up anything that you can think of. The oncoming trend on the Internet now is online shopping. With online shopping you can buy books, clothes, CD's, and even buy a car. There are many benefits to online shopping and many downfalls. There are many stores to shop online at. Among the many are Gap, Amazon, Marks and Spencer, Ebay, play.com and many more. ...read more.

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You can also shop anytime day or night so if you have a busy schedule then you don't have to fit time in to go to the mall, you can shop at your own time. When comparing two different ways of shopping most people do not even think about, they do both and not even realise it. In today's society people shop while at work, after work and on the weekends, whenever time permits. Did you ever stop and think how can I get more time in the day for family or just myself? The best way to figure out with all the resources we have, still most of us go into a store and spend time looking through racks and waiting in endless line to just purchase something. ...read more.

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Another feature is you can see and examine what you are going to purchase, helps in the decision making for most people. You know the minute the salesperson ring you up the product are yours to take home and use right away. It also makes return on items simple, take it back to where you bought and get an exchange or a refund if needed. For the drawback for in store shopping is you do spending hours looking for the right product or in the lines trying to just purchase it or listening to all the people around you and all the additional noises you hear in stores. To conclude online shopping is great for everyone and over the next 10 years everything will be done by internet instead of going into shops and browsing. ...read more.

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