The first thing to know about online shopping is that it is an entirely different game.
In fact, you should definitely never be buying online, according to this new study from online retailer Watanamakers.
While the study does not delve into the merits of the idea of buying from stores on the Web, it does suggest that the idea is a worthwhile one.
The study found that while the percentage of shoppers buying from online was higher than that from traditional brick-and-mortar stores, it was still far below what would be considered to be typical for a traditional retail business.
The study also found that the average time spent online for online shoppers was less than half that of online shoppers who were actually shopping.
In other words, a shopper on the Internet spends less time browsing, shopping and spending.
It is important to note that the study did not measure the online purchases made by online shoppers, but did not consider online purchases at the department stores.
Watanakers’ findings echo what many others have already seen: that online shoppers are largely buying from retailers that are on their websites.
They do so at their own risk.
If you are considering buying online from a department store online, keep in mind that there is a price to be paid for doing so.
Watanakers data also showed that a vast majority of the shoppers buying online were women.
Women were far more likely to be online shoppers than men.
In addition, women were far less likely to spend money online.
In other words: You can buy anything you want online.
But it won’t be cheap.