While the Internet has made our lives convenient to a great extent, it has also been touted as a place where no purchase can be guaranteed, and cheap imitations of real products are sold. Though the online shopping experience may not be that bad for some, when it comes to purchasing art online, there has to be a legitimate way of identifying the authenticity of the piece you are willingly going to shell out your earnings for. That exquisite sculpture, that surreal photograph, that striking painting―what goes into buying art online? Here are some tips collected from global experts.
Look for Authentic Websites
Experts recommend purchasing art from online extensions of real galleries to ensure their credibility. However, there are other websites that exist solely in the virtual realm, and have been set up so that you can avoid the cost of a middleman, and purchase directly from the seller or even the artist. To verify such websites, look for a physical address, a phone number, and an email address. Call them and discuss the piece you want to buy.
You will be able to gauge from the conversation how
A passion for shopping can often be a draining experience on your wallet. The excitement that buying new clothes brings with it can often be washed away by the despair that an empty pocket causes. But what if shopping could boost your cash inflow rather than draining it? If that seems like something you would be excited by, then try your hand at the rather lucrative career of becoming a personal shopper. An occupation that allows people to help others shop, it is a field that usually focuses on (but is not restricted to) clothes.
The path to becoming a successful and well-known personal shopper can be a difficult one. There is no qualification requirement, no examination that you need to pass, no standardized certification; and therefore, all you have in your armory to prove that you are the right person for the job is your sheer talent and your dedication to it. But I can provide you with a few tips to help you get started on your journey to become a personal shopper.
Do a Self-assessment
First things first! Think about whether you actually want to be a personal
Words can be deceptive, if you take everything at its face value. Ergo, when we need to rely on someone’s opinion, to make a decision, discretion is of utmost importance. One form of ‘informed opinion’ is a product review, that substantially influences our purchasing decisions. In the Internet marketplace, reviews hold even more importance, as the customer doesn’t have direct access to the product. An expert review of a product or another customer’s opinion, who has used the product, largely influences us. Many gullible customers have been duped by manufacturing companies and marketing firms, into buying low quality products, using the smokescreen of a seductive, but false review. If you are one of the many consumers who have been tricked into buying stuff, influenced by such fake reviews, it’s time you know how to spot them. In the following lines, I am going to inform you how to spot a dud, and save yourself from falling into the seductive trap of a honeyed product review.
Ways You Can Spot Fake Online Reviews
I shop online quite frequently, as it saves time and money. After