Measuring the Travel Flash Sale Segment
Image from: Travel Image / Shutterstock Daily deal or Flash Sale sites have been rising in popularity, Fab.com is a newer entrant that has quickly gained interest from consumers and even passed some of its retail counterparts. Looking at Compete.com we see that between Fab.com, Gilt.com and Ruelala.com, Fab.com has driven more traffic than its competitors since launch and now sits at about 1.4 million unique visitors as of May
Gilt is Guilty of Exclusion
Image from: Miami.com I have always thought of ladies with bags covered in designer logos as walking advertisement. However, I understand and appreciate the high quality materials and level of craftsmanship that comes with the premium price tag. Being one who is drawn to deals and always wanting a bargain, I turn to flash sale sites to look for designer goods. Recently, I visited Gilt.com, a flash sale site that
Etsy’s Page Views Surpass Other Ecommerce Sites
Image from: Design Style Guide It’s no surprise that so many more people are shopping online these days. Aside from accessibility, every type of shop is at your fingertips. Etsy.com is a crafters paradise, setting it apart from other retail sites, Etsy is not your traditional online shopping experience. The online crafting community allows you to search by color, handmade or vintage materials as well as locally. I decided to
Building New Habits with MyHabit?
Image from: HaveSeen / Shutterstock Even after much of the glamour seems to have gone from the daily flash sales model over the past half year, there are still a number of companies working on carving out their own niches. While the two largest brands, Groupon and LivingSocial, continue to remain at the top of the heap, private sale sites have been able to appeal to their users by creating