People Now Driving Their Auto Shopping Online
More people than ever are using online auto showroom, classifieds and research to make car and accessory purchases. Remember the first time you bought something online? Your purchase price was probably negligible (perhaps a book from Amazon.com or a clothing item from Sears), and yet a little uncomfortable. There was something about buying sight unseen and sending credit card information into cyberspace that initially unnerved the most technologically savvy among us. Yet, in just a few short years, America has gone from agonizing over minor Internet transactions to conducting major complex purchases online without batting an eye. Nowhere is this significant economic transition more apparent than in the acquisition of cars and car insurance.
Thanksgiving Shopping Season
In the world of retail, Thanksgiving traditionally marks the beginning of the
The day after Thanksgiving is known in retail parlance as Black Friday, on of the major
Nursing Career Opportunities On The Rise
Technology and Baby Boomer aging might be the reason demand for nurses, truck drivers and pharmacists is expected to exceed demand. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that certain jobs will experience a shortage of qualified workers. The job categories include: truck drivers and pharmacists as well as registered nurses, librarians, and machinists.
Dating Sites Gathering The Details
Internet Dating - More than one out of every ten Internet users visit dating sites. When our focus narrows to the Internet population who describe themselves as “single and seeking a relationship,” the number triples. Thirty-seven percent of those who are single and looking for a relationship say they have gone to dating websites.
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Searching Top Ten Terms and Google Trends
Ever wonder what the rest of the world has been searching for in the last 30 days? Across all search engines the popularity charts are topped by these search terms: Google, games cheat, my space, eBay, yahoo, play games, elin nordegren, stupid criminals, and baby boy names.
If your interest is focused on what’s been 'Googled' recently, you‘ll want to test out the new Google Trends. Google Trends is a new tool from Google Labs that shows the most popularly searched terms from the beginning of 2004 to now.