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The myths of buying clothing online

Posted Jan 18, 2015 by benanderson
The online market is a rather recent feature that has been constantly debated over the years, on topics of reliability and trust.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Press Release) Jan 18, 2015 -- The online market is a rather recent feature that has been constantly debated over the years, on topics of reliability and trust. While some consider that clothes shopping is much more productive and satisfying online, others still rely on myths that have spread illogically upon the online market and avoid doing such transactions on the Internet. However, there is a difference between what you know and what you think you know and actually isn’t true. When it comes to clothes shopping in a virtual environment, several assumptions have emerged during the past years about this new strategy of making profit.

Some marketing specialists have reached the conclusion that flashy, extremely evident site designs attract more customers. Researches on the subject however have proven the contrary, as potential buyers are not interested in the form of the site, but in the quality of its functionality. In other terms, people that are interested in buying clothing online will look for speed, for something that loads fast and guarantees them a quick purchase. Moreover, as the main instrument used in online marketing is the shopping cart application, adding or eliminating products from your list should be efficiently running. Likewise, clothes shopping on the Internet most of the times requires you to have an account in order to complete the purchase. While this policy is understandable due to security reasons, there is no chance in implementing a complicated inscription form as online storeowners should be interested in increasing the number of their clients in the quickest way possible.

Other retail myths refer to the so-called capacity of the customer to apply self-service, assumption that is not entirely false. It is true that thanks to buying clothing online people manage to browse fashion items and place orders on their own. They even have the advantage of comparing different types of clothing and their prices or materials, without asking for advice from a shop assistant. However, customers can’t always be self-sufficient and based on recent studies undertook in this domain, it is actually proven that most clients would still want to have a technical conversation with the storeowner before purchasing something. When it comes to clothes shopping, an online shop assistant could do wonders if he is well informed about the type, colors and materials of each piece of clothing, as well as if we can explain the features of each clothing item.

Internet-based market has become such a frequently used environment for some people, that it is indispensible for them to have an application on the mobile phone that help them buy clothing online. As a matter of fact, virtual storeowners rely on all sorts of applications that should simplify the process of buying/selling. However, the available marketing mobile applications have evolved in such a way that their interface might seem difficult to follow. This is actually a golden rule on online clothes shopping: keep it simple. A mobile friendly site will always captivate a considerable amount of clients, while others will stick to their complicated methods of ordering something and eventually will give up.

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Issued By : benanderson
Country : Canada
Categories : Business
Last Updated : Jan 18, 2015

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