BuyVia Blog: Expert Tips for Saving Money in Online Shopping with Coupons and Discounts
Black Friday is the biggest day for sales. We have reviewed the ads for most major stores and have figured out the deals worth your consideration. No time to review 1000 pages of ads? No worries. BuyVia has created a short list of all the hottest deals. Most deals start on Thanksgiving Day. They will sell out fast.
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At BuyVia, we are focused on shopping and the reasons driving consumer’s purchase decisions. Some people buy on price alone and mostly online, while others prefer the traditional brick and mortar shopping experience.
We recently conducted a survey about online shopping and found that the majority of our respondents thought of Amazon more often than any other retailer - either offline or online - when they wanted to purchase a specific item. In fact, many of those surveyed now go straight to amazon.com (bypassing Google entirely) when they are shopping online.
It’s clear that Amazon has become the thousand pound gorilla in a room of smaller online retailers. Just a few years back, aspiring entrepreneurs were setting up shop on the web and competing with others in their niche - but now they have to factor Amazon’s advertising reach, branding, and cost of goods into their business plans. For many, it simply doesn’t make sense to compete with Amazon any more - and a quick search will find many blog posts from former ecommerce company stakeholders lamenting the almost monopoly-like power Amazon now experts of the online shopping experience. Smaller manufacturer’s often simply set up shop on Amazon and forego setting up an ecommerce experience on their websites altogether. Larger brands often hesitate, fearing Amazon may damage their brand and learn too much about their operations and customer base.
The truth about Black Friday? Black Friday has morphed into Black November, and retailers - both traditional and online, begin running their Black Friday deals on November 1st. That’s right - as soon as you finally hit the bed after a fright filled night of collecting candy from your neighbors, retailers are gearing up to relieve you of your holiday shopping budgets.
Questioning Black Friday
Still, many shoppers assume every Black Friday deal is awesome; but is the listed merchandise truly a hot deal? Should you wake up early and battle the throngs of consumers standing in line at your favorite store? Are these sales really limited time deals, or can better pricing be had at other times?
BuyVia's Latest 2.8.3 App for iOS (iPhone, iPad) now supports the iOS 8 Touch ID password wallet for filling your login and password when shopping online.
Security is becoming increasingly important, with breaches happening everyday. People need to use a different password on each site, but most folks cannot manage this effort without a password wallet.
Consumers can now shop at their favorite stores on the iPhone and iPad and enter their login and password with one click. No need to remember multiple logins. The iOS 8 compatible BuyVia app integrates 1Password’s digital wallet to store all your information securely. You can create strong, unique passwords for all your accounts and keep this information encrypted and sync'd in the cloud. Using Touch ID fingerprint reader, users can unlock their credentials with one tap.
Ahh, Black Friday...that delirious, manic shopping frenzy the day after Thanksgiving. Black Friday marks the kickoff of the holiday buying season and retailers offer deep discounts to coax our credit cards from our wallets and purses.
Let's face it; this American brand of holiday binge-buying has deep roots in our culture stretching back to the early twentieth century. Back in the day, behemoth department stores began sponsoring Thanksgiving parades to attract crowds of consumers to the front of their stores, where they prominently displayed the merchandise of the day in their windows with steep discounts on oversized price tags. In fact, the origin for Black Friday's name came from this era; this was traditionally the day when stores went into the black, or started to make a profit.
The best time of the year to purchase many items is approaching rapidly. The holiday shopping season starts off at Thanksgiving and continues to Christmas. Between those two holidays, you will find two major shopping days, Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
We have compiled a bunch of tips to help you maximize your shopping enjoyment on Cyber Monday. Shoppers need to prepare ahead of time to ensure that they plan their shopping list and strategy for shopping.
Cyber Monday is the Monday after Thanksgiving, the biggest online sale day of the year. Many people stay up all night waiting for hot Cyber Monday deals as they start to appear at midnight Eastern time. We are looking back at some of the best Cyber Monday deals for 2013 to see what was on sale and for how much.
Looking at the past will guide you toward stores that had the best deals and will help you understand how large a discount to expect. It will also help shoppers understand what type of products go on sale on Cyber Monday. Mostly items that are in high demand get discounted on this once a year event.
Black Friday is the Friday after Thanksgiving, the biggest sale day of the year. Many people stay in line over night waiting for hot Black Friday door buster deals. We are looking back at the best Black Friday deals 2013 to see what was on sale and for how much.
Looking at the past will guide you toward stores that had the best deals and will help you understand how large a discount to expect. It will also help shoppers understand what type of products go on sale on Black Friday. Items that are in high demand get discounted on this once a year event. Stores also bring in one of a kind items for this super sale.
On Oct 16, 2014 Apple is scheduled to release the long awaited, often rumored iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3. Fresh of its launch of the iPhone 6, Apple is hoping to reignite consumer enthusiasm for the iconic iPad.
The event, to be held on Apple's campus in Cupertino, Calif, will also feature Apple's new line of Mac computers and an update to the Mac operating system (Yosemite).
Have you ever lost a file or had a computer crash? Sooner or later, everyone experiences this frustrating situation. Backing up your computer is an extremely important part of protecting your data and security. It is important that users set their machines to automatically and continuously back up important files. If you do not, your data is vulnerable to computer crashes, viruses, theft, and accidental deletion.
In this ever-changing computer climate, it is essential to proactively choose a backup method rather than waiting for disaster to strike.