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Smart Holiday Shopping 2017

20 Nov

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Every year, Evans on Marketing offers a list of holiday shopping tips intended to help shoppers avoid overspending their budgets. Be smart holiday shopping 2017. Below are our 2017 holiday shopping tips in the form of an infographic. Follow them. And be the smartest consumer that you can.

As we noted last month (“U.S. Consumers Start 2017 Holiday Shopping), the holiday season starts earlier each year. Thus the date for this post has been moved up. In 2012, our shopping tips were published on December 10. This year, the post is on November 13. Why? Many retailers have already launched their holiday shopping campaigns. Virtually no large retailer is actually waiting for Thanksgiving or Black Friday to begin their marketing campaigns.

 

Smart Holiday Shopping 2017

So, here are our 2017 shopping tips as a checklist. Click the infographic to see a larger version.

By applying ALL of the tips in the infographic, you will be a much better holiday shopper. Start shopping now. Do not wait until Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, or just before Christmas. Do not shop for all gifts at one time. Buy them as prices drop for each big-ticket item. Do not be fooled into thinking that retailers offer discounts (“sales”) on all the products that they promote. Some products are at their regular selling prices. Be flexible and comparison shop for the best deals. And try not to rely on impulse shopping. Stick to a shopping list.

Every year, Evans on Marketing offers a list of holiday shopping tips. Smart Holiday Shopping 2017. Look at the infographic.
 

2017 Smart Holiday Shopping Tips

13 Nov

Every year, Evans on Marketing offers a list of holiday shopping tips intended to help shoppers avoid overspending their budgets. Below are our 2017 smart holiday shopping tips in the form of an infographic.

As we noted last month (“U.S. Consumers Start 2017 Holiday Shopping), the holiday season starts earlier each year. Thus the date for this post has been moved up. In 2012, our shopping tips were published on December 10. This year, the post is on November 13. Why? Many retailers have already launched their holiday shopping campaigns. Virtually no large retailer is actually waiting for Thanksgiving or Black Friday to begin their marketing campaigns.

 

2017 Smart Holiday Shopping Tips

So, here are our 2017 shopping tips as a checklist. Click the infographic to see a larger version.

By applying ALL of the tips in the infographic, you will be a much better holiday shopper. Start shopping now. Do not wait until Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, or just before Christmas. Do not shop for all gifts at one time. Buy them as prices drop for each big-ticket item. Do not be fooled into thinking that retailers offer discounts (“sales”) on all the products that they promote. Some products are at their regular selling prices. Be flexible and comparison shop for the best deals. And try not to rely on impulse shopping. Stick to a shopping list.
 
Every year, Evans on Marketing offers a list of holiday shopping tips. These are our 2017 smart holiday shopping tips in the form of an infographic.
 

Be a Smart Customer: 2016 Holiday Shopping Tips

9 Nov

Every year, Evans on Marketing offers a list of holiday shopping tips intended to help shoppers avoid overspending their budgets. Since the holiday season starts earlier and earlier each year, this post keeps getting moved up. In 2012, when the holiday shopping tips were first presented, they are were published on December 10. This year, the post is on November 9. Why? Many retailers have launched their holiday shopping campaigns. Virtually no large retailer is actually waiting for Thanksgiving or Black Friday to begin their marketing campaigns.

So, here are the 2016 shopping tips as a checklist [Click the list to see a larger version.]:
 
2016-shopping-tips
 

Be a Smart Customer: 2015 Holiday Shopping Tips

13 Nov

Every year, I offer a list of holiday shopping tips intended to help shoppers avoid overspending their budgets. Since the holiday season starts earlier and earlier each year, I’m moving up my tips post. According to the National Retail Federation, the holiday season actually started in October.

So, here are my 2015 shopping tips as a checklist [Click the list to see a larger version.]:

2015 Shopping Tips

 

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