It is Saturday morning and families are moving frantically all over the world, heading to their favorite mall or department store. Remember going to the mall on a bright sunny day with nothing to do, but have the urge to look around and shop. Of course, shopping is still done everyday, but how is it done is the question. Today now more than ever, traditional retailers are feeling more threatened by the .
Com beast. Many issues have arisen debating time, money, and availability between online and traditional shopping. Although shoppers today are still flooding the malls as much as the Internet, the real question remains, will online shoppers divide and conquer, or will traditional shopping outlive a trend? .
Ever stop and wonder whether one day shopping for a Louie Vuttion bag in pajamas, while taking care of a husband, three children, and a cat with an overactive bladder at home was possible? Well thanks to today's technology, anything is virtually promising and shopping at home has become a part of everyday life, as going to work or school. There are many differences between online vs. traditional shopping, but one extreme difference between the two is time management. Online shopping has truly changed the lives of many and become tremendously convenient to thousands. With online shopping, almost all time busters and day's worth of shopping can be executed by the click of a button, and a within just a few minutes, leaving time for more important things. Take for instance sending gifts online, all that is needed is an idea of what kind of gift that is to be sent, half the time you would have spent looking for the gift, and an address. However, as opposed to purchasing items online, traditional shopping may take more time, but have the convenience of actually interacting with the item. Also, traditional shoppers have the advantage of customer service, which would be very difficult if at all to find online.