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Whether in print or online, catalogs provide a convenient way for the consumer to shop from the privacy of home. Visit this site to learn the history of catalog shopping.
Online auto parts stores make it easier than ever to locate the exact automotive part you are looking for. This picture of a brake rotor and caliper sitting in a shopping cart illustrates the ease with which you can shop for auto parts online.
A wide range of catalogs are published by wholesale product distributors and consumer goods retailers. This photo shows an array of typical consumer catalogs offering products ranging from women's clothing to children's toys to kitchen utensils.
This cover of the Sears Roebuck catalog (1921 edition) shows the Sears Roebuck Company headquarters building in Chicago, Illinois. American shoppers, especially in rural areas, used this mail order catalog to purchase many of life's basic necessities.
Many people enjoy catalog shopping because it can save time and is an easy and convenient way to shop from the comfort of your own home. This photo shows a woman on the phone, ordering from a catalog with her credit card at home.
Shopping guide and links to popular apparel including women's wear, plus sizes, hats, boots, and specialty items.
Comparison shopping is just like it sounds - comparing two or more things against each other in order to find the best quality and price. This website includes information about comparison shopping, as well as links to comparison shopping sites.
Comparison shopping can save the consumer a considerable amount of money on goods and services. This picture shows two hands holding an apple and an orange, bringing to mind the phrase, <i>It's like comparing apples and oranges</i>.
This photo shows a man holding a compact fluorescent bulb in one hand and an incandescent bulb in the other. Comparison shopping can help the consumer find the best price, but he or she must also take in to account bulb life and electricity use.
Comparison shopping informs the consumer on where the best deals can be found, and most people comparison shop for certain items in order to save money. This photo shows a little girl holding out a red and green apple.
Everyone needs to buy food on a regular basis and comparison shopping can help consumers save money. Many people comparison shop by going to different stores or checking out different sales flyers.
Shopping is a popular hobby for some and a necessity for all. Find a helpful directory of shopping related links for all 50 states.
Several benches provide a resting place for weary shoppers, who have been busy purchasing items at factory stores. A canopy above the benches provides respite from rain and other elements, while lights illuminate the darkness.
A young woman in a green jacket holds a variety of different colored and sized shopping bags, after a successful outing to an outlet mall. The woman's happy expression indicates that she found the items she was looking for, and for a reasonable price.
A stone and stucco storefront, one corner of an outlet mall, is displayed in the center of a blue sky. The empty building will soon be filled with merchandise, employees, and shoppers.
A group of three women gather at a bench to compare items they have purchased while shopping at outlet stores. Colorful shopping bags from different stores surround them. One woman shows the other a vibrant pink tank she has purchased.
The exterior corner of a shopping mall extends into a blue sky dotted with dense clouds. The retail center is built out of cream and red stucco, and includes detailed ironwork. There are two lampposts in the photograph.
The exterior facade of a retail shopping center is photographed on a bright day. The stucco structure with arched doorways and small square windows is set against a cloudless blue sky.
This online advertising guide for the retailing industry compares online shopping versus brick-and-mortar retailing, with links to selected consumer goods websites.
This shopping guide comprises hundreds of carefully selected and categorized web pages about various consumer-oriented topics.