Flash deal for Amazon Prime memberships – today only!
To celebrate the fact that Amazon recently won 5 Emmy’s for its original series, Transparent, the company is offering a year of Amazon Prime for only $67.
Summer and Winter are both infamous for
yielding inclement weather. Damaging winds in the Midwest, tornados in the South, and hurricanes on both coasts have been known to cause significant damage each year.
When bad weather strikes, it’s not uncommon to lose electricity. And, depending on the severity of the outage, service could be out for several hours or days. Read More
In the market for a new HDTV? If it’s been a while since you shopped for a television, you might feel a little overwhelmed. Technology, display size, resolution, brand, and price are just a few of the many factors to consider.
In this post, we’ll offer a few tips for consumers who are trying to decide between an LED or an LCD television.
“Technology changes so fast I’m afraid I might purchase something that would be obsolete in a few years.”
~From a Study of 461 Consumers by ShoppingNexus.com
Are you in the market for a new TV? How many HDTVs do you already own? Would you ever consider purchasing one of those nifty “curved” TVs?
In a recent study of 461 consumers, our team at ShoppingNexus posed these (and many more) questions. Our goal was to gain a better understanding of what Americans are looking for when shopping for high definition televisions. The findings are quite interesting.
Walmart (WMT) recently announced its plans to test a new service for its online customers. At $50 per year, the service will provide free shipping on over one million items.
There’s no question that this is a direct response to Amazon Prime’s success in recent years. According to Bloomberg, Prime has over 35 million members. Prime’s membership is expected to blossom to a whopping fifty percent of US households within five years. Thats stunning!
So, will Walmart’s new Prime-like service be enough to compete with (or beat) Amazon Prime? Let’s see.