Of course, there's more to visiting your local mall than just shopping and that's why the Emporium Mall also includes helpful articles that provide entertainment and insight to the Home and Garden world
Hazleton, PA (PRWEB) June 21, 2006
Shopping online can be just as enjoyable as walking through your local mall if you eliminate all the “unfavorable practices” that many online merchants often use to grab the shoppers attention.
"Would you enjoy yourself in your local mall if you were barraged with things popping down from the ceiling or springing up from the floor as you try to enter or leave the mall?” asks David Nelmes, sales manager at The Emporium Mall. “Would you look forward to signs floating in front of your face as you attempted to navigate through the halls? It's more likely you would leave...and possibly not return.”
At the Emporium Mall, a Home and Garden themed mall, http://www.emporiummall.com, there are no pop-ups, no pop-unders, and no waiting surprise windows that attempt to force you to make choices you had not originally planned. Granted, it's fine to present new ideas and present new concepts, but this should not be done at the expense of the will of the person perform the shopping.
There are many fine retailers and wholesalers throughout the world and the Emporium Mall was designed to provide them with a way to showcase their best products and services, without infringing on anyone’s rights to privacy or on their rights to have a safe and happy shopping experience. By limiting the number of primary shops allowed in the mall to only 24 per category, it becomes very easy to focus in on the merchant that might have that item for which you are looking. This form of presentation makes your shopping experience easier, more refreshing and generally concludes with you having found what you are looking for...without any pressure of any kind.
To provide the quickest insight as to whether a merchant has what you are looking for, all merchants are displayed with a real-time thumb shot image of the website and there is also a short paragraph about what they have to provide. Selecting any merchant takes you to the merchants landing page within the mall where they provide a more detailed description of what they have to offer. This merchant landing page might even include some sample products or other sales incentives. At this point, you are still window shopping and have not left the mall. You have neither experienced any pop-ads, nor have you been included in any cookie tracking. This is virtual window shopping at its finest.
"Of course, there's more to visiting your local mall than just shopping and that's why the Emporium Mall also includes helpful articles that provide entertainment and insight to the Home and Garden world,” Nelmes says. “In addition to the articles for each category, there are also links to other similar resources that are provided through a feed from a leader in Home and Garden world, Designing Online, http://www.designingonline.com "
Shoppers and quality merchants alike are encouraged to visit the Emporium Mall to see and experience the wonderful and pleasant shopping atmosphere. Peace is the absence of distraction and so it can be said, the Emporium Mall is a place to shop in peace.
About the Emporium Mall:
The Emporium Mall, http://www.emporiummall.com , is a collection of fine shops that cater to Design Oriented and Sophisticated Shoppers. This mall is an excellent location to purchase or sell design oriented products and services since it provides visually appealing presentations of merchant websites and includes dynamic options that can really help to attract prospective customers and improve the sales experience.
David Nelmes, Sales Manager
Designing Online, Inc.
dba Emporium Mall
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