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Mystery shoppers accepted as a real job for Shadow Shoppers...
Yes, there are a number of Mystery Shopper companies in the U.S. In most cases, you would be an independent contractor and you only get paid if they accept your report. All of the legitimate ones are members of the Mystery Shopping Providers Association. You can check for membership here MSPA Mystery Shopping Providers Association Home .
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Mostly, daily deals or coupons is one of advertising and
marketing technique for an eCommerce site.
Creating deals and coupons for online store surely can bring
traffics, leads and hopefully can change the audiences into buyers, moreover
it's provides an additional incentive for shoppers to buy from you. Taken from
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shoppers are using daily deals :
Daily deals may not be attracting as much headline attention
as a few years ago, but they are still capturing the attention of shoppers -
and those shoppers aren't keeping the deals to themselves, it turns out. New
data from Constant Contact and Chadwick Martin Bailey indicates shoppers are
sharing deals and buying from unknown-to-them stores thanks to the deals.
Some interesting takeaways from Constant Contact and Chadwick Martin include:
• Women are more likely to socially share deals with a
• Over 33% will try a new-to-them business because of a
• 60% aren't loyal customers, even with deals and even is
the experience is a good one
• Shoppers are more likely to share deals via email than
• Restaurant, entertainment deals are most likely to be shared
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