I-streets.com Ensures Shopping Sites are Not Mere Window Dressing

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New website offers business the chance to advertise links to their shopping web site with pictures of their window displays. Currently containing the best shops in London, the site's creators are set to expand to streets in cities around the globe.

streets.com is a brand new online shopping portal marrying the convenience of online shopping with the look and feel of traditional shopping.

Retailers from around the world can advertise links to their web sites with pictures of their window displays. Customers get the sense and feel of the unique three dimensional advertising window dressers create. Nothing conveys the sense and feeling of shopping in the finest downtown retail districts better than shop windows. They reach out from beyond the retail establishments to create kaleidoscopic, storied shopping areas, like High Street in London or Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles.

Now, through i-streets.com, signature shopping areas can be used to enhance online shopping.

Advertising on i-streets.com is easy and cost effective. Listings cost one dollar a day, less than one pound each day or 120 pounds for six months. Listings are arranged by district and street name and are easily and quickly updated with new photographs by the staff at istreets.com. Currently, the site lists shops on South Molton Street as well as Selfridges on Oxford Street and Harrods on Brompton Road, all in London. Plans are underway to list shops in New York City.

I-streets.com, is not only useful for shoppers looking to go online, but is useful for in the growing field of planning shopping trips and tours from many places around the globe. They can survey the latest fashions in store windows in cities they plan to visit and select hotels nearby.

Principals behind the site are currently in talks with major retailers in downtown London. Visit http://www.i-streets.com and see how the cutting edge of shopping is combining the old and the new.





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