Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 1, 2009
With CNN headlines like "Stocks: Beware the September Slump!" and "Auto dealers in financing Hell," it is no wonder why consumers in today's weary economic climate are flocking to the money saving website CheapStuff.com. This has resulted in an increase of over one million more visits per month for the website.
In the years leading up to this recession it was almost anti-American to save. Wearing designer labels and brand shopping was necessary to maintain social status, and paying full price was a rite of passage. However, times have changed and consumers are now looking for ways to maintain social standing on a more limited allowance.
CNN reports that Record Labels and even NFL teams are tackling the recession in creative ways. "With unemployment as high as 9.4% and job prospects scarce, job seekers are willing to accept as little as half of what they were making before, if it means finding a job," wrote CNN staff writer Jessica Dickler. Everyone is feeling the effects of today's economic climate, which is why CheapStuff.com should be on America's "favorites" list. It's a quick and painless way to correct those economic woes that are affecting so many right now.
The recession can actually be credited for some of the recent success of CheapStuff.com. The site boasts quality goods at sensible prices. Imagine being able to find the best deals for clothing, iPods, computers and more, all from one website. That is what CheapStuff.com does for the consumer. Navigating the site is quick and easy. The user simply clicks on a category and the site works as a personal shopper, displaying items found from a variety of sources, all for cheap and discounted prices.
CheapStuff.com is designed to provide consumers easy online access to prices and details on a wide variety of products. Whatever the consumer is looking for, they can quickly discover which model best meets their needs, where it is available, and at the lowest price. With the website's detailed specification filters and the comprehensive pricing options - CheapStuff.com will point shoppers to the best deal.
"We list both those retailers who pay for an Enhanced Listing (graphic logos, direct links and a retailer message) and other retailers from which we do not receive any payment. 'Free' retailers are listed where we believe they are credible, competitively priced, offer a wide range of products, dependable delivery services, return policies and customer support. Our goal is to list as many retailers, products and prices as possible, whether they be from 'free' or 'paying' retailers," said Vice President of Marketing, Adam Greenberg.
The website welcomes feedback from visitors, "If you have an idea as to how we can improve our service, there is nothing we would appreciate more than for you to contact us. We are here to help you as a consumer - and your participation is the most important factor in helping us achieve our vision."
In the time period from February 2009 until July of this year, CheapStuff.com has gone from 0.1 million visits to 1.2 million visits per month. That is an increase of over one million visits in a matter of six months. According to Comscore.com. CheapStuff.com is a top 5,000 website that reaches over 1.1 million people per month. The site tends to attract the fairly wealthy, which proves that it is not just America's poverty stricken that are looking to save anymore.
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