As I have been shopping and browsing for more Christian bookstores online, I've started a list of the ones that look best to me, and I'm ready to share that with you. My favourite one gets a special page of course - but here are some more that may appeal to you for various reasons and become your favourites.
Before you start a personal shopper business offer to BE a Personal Shopper for someone else. If you know some shut-ins or very busy people, perhaps you could offer to be their personal shopper. If you just do it occasionally, you can consider it a kind deed. Especially if you are able to work it in when you go shopping for yourself.
Are you looking over new or better quality credit cards? There are many sites that review charge cards for you. Educate yourself by reading up on them so you can make the best choice, but be willing to read negative reports too. Remember, you're trying to do balanced research.
Are you ready to become a power shopper? Be ready to think of it as seriously as a job or a small business you own. You have to give some time to it, and be thorough. That means it may take some time, particularly, if by nature you are very spontaneous and impulsive. But if you are determined to learn and you keep at it, your style of shopping will shift more and more towards orderly savings and good buys. You'll get addicted to finding your great deals, and enjoy bragging to your family and friends.
There is one company that has learned to do this very well. They help you learn drop shipping via a number of detailed videos. You are shown exactly how to choose an item on this site at a decent/low price, advertise it over there, and when it sells, you quickly go buy the item at that first site, but ask to have it delivered to 'your buyer.' Of course, your buyer will have paid you more than you paid for the item.
One out of four consumers now says that Christmas shopping online beats doing it on their feet in the stores. Another one out of four who do their shopping online, say that it is a much better experience than being physically in stores at Christmas. Why is Christmas shopping online so much better, you ask?
Despite what this article says Safeway only delivers flowers, at least in Vancouver. I tried the safeway.com address. I live in Vancouver but the stores
Online shopping in Canada is very poor. The best for Pantry Shelf type foods is Walmart.ca. I wish they would carry as many products as their U.S. Counterpart,
Isn't it just awesome to hold a gift of God's Word in our hands? But there are countless people longing to receive this gift, and many more that have no idea that God has prepared such a fine, everlasting gift as this one. Isn't it embarassing to realize we are hording a priceless gift, meant for all of them too?
Save-on doesn't deliver to my neighborhood, Safeway only delivers flowers, so that basically leaves the Chinese supermarket Lucky 97 which has limited
Despite the vast size of Canada, with its population scattered far and wide, grocery shopping online in Canada seems to be off to a great start in the larger urban centers, and can only grow. (More Canadians per capita use the internet than in any other country). Here's a list to get you started.
You do comparison shopping when you check around to different stores and shops to look for the best of what you are looking for, or the most economical price. It can be as simple as checking for the lowest price, or you can draw up a list of features to compare. As you check them off, you can see which product or item is what you really want.
I was researching RAM memory because I needed to upgrade the RAM memory in several of my old computers. I journaled how I researched RAM to buy, so that you can see how to go about it. No doubt there are some other methods, but if you are new to this kind of online shopping, you may appreciate watching me researching to buy a product.
I want to give a shout out of Thanks to Marc the owner at MrCase.com who was kind enough to phone me today to notify me of some updates to my description of his site and services on my page on Grocery Delivery in Canada.
This is something that happens quite rarely! So I am feeling quite grateful to him.
Here's the new description:
www.MrCase.com - Updated 2/2017- MrCase.com ships in the Greater Toronto area, and has recently added Burlington and Hamilton too. Their new central warehouse carries over 10,000+ grocery products and also office supplies - sold by the case. Mr. Case delivers to homes and offices (think your workplace lunch room, as well as productivity tools). Though the fees have gone up a bit, they are still quite reasonable. The delivery fee is $5 for orders of $75 or more, and $8 for orders less than $75. They promise next day delivery for orders received before 11:30 a.m. Great! Think, if you can afford whole cases of everything you order, you won't have to order as often. You'd be smart to keep this link handy for special events or parties. In fact, they have an excellent Q&A page with answers to every question you can come up with.
It seems many of my visitors are from all across Canada, and they want grocery delivery in Canada. Obviously, there are great opportunities for delivery as an extra service, or as a business idea for others to take up. There's a real business opportunity here! I know I'm not able to take up this idea, but will gladly share it with those who are interested.