5 Tips for Dealing With Rude Holiday Shoppers

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By M. Lora 1) Holiday Shoppers can’t drive – It’s a statistical fact that drivers lose their minds more than usual at the holiday season. It’s like all those gift lists, overspending and eggnog specifically kill brain cells of coordination … Continue reading

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Infographic: Why Cyber Monday is the New Black Friday


Cyber Monday is a term-turned consumer holiday that falls on the Monday after Thanksgiving each year in the US. The term “Cyber Monday” was originally coined by Shop.org in 2005, and has since become a well-known phrase across the Internet. … Continue reading

5 Reasons Not To Wait Until Black Friday To Start Your Christmas Shopping


It happens every year. You’ve been walking past Christmas decorations in stores since August and even late July. But then before you realize it, November sneaks up on you. You are unprepared for Christmas, and now you get to join … Continue reading

Top Story: The Top 5 Coupon Websites


There’s no getting around it, it’s a culture of E-commerce. Even as the crowds continue to swell and surge during the annual Black Friday sale, an equal amount of people are scouring the Internet looking for any and all deals … Continue reading

Infographic: Black Friday & Cyber Monday Hacks & Scams


This infographic sends a message on how the public would prevent spammers and hackers from misleading consumers and steal their money.  There are precautions that needs to be done and awareness to the updated modus of attackers.  Black Friday and … Continue reading

How to Shop for the Holidays on a Budget


The holidays are fast approaching and with each day, budgets and wallets begin their yearly shriek of dismay. Shopping for so many people can quickly add up and though it may seem easy to stick everything on “plastic,” the repercussions … Continue reading