Deal Of The Day - A New Age Mantra For The Modern Indian Household

    Rashmi Nautiyal
    By Rashmi Nautiyal
    Deal Of The Day - A New Age Mantra For The Modern Indian Household

    Online shopping has gained a new momentum in the past few years. Online companies are doling out logistics patterns to supply to cities and two/three tier towns. The influx of new shopping sites has passed on major pricing benefits to the consumer. We look at a typical Indian household comprising of grandparents, mother, father and two children to see what amazing products they can avail of online:

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    Grandparents - Advancing Beyond Story-telling

    The new age dada-dadi no longer shy off from the computer. Usually, they start off by learning the use of email to keep in touch with spouses, siblings or other relatives who are settled abroad. This is just the beginning as they acknowledge the vastness of the Internet. Computer savvy grandparents are now sending gifts to loved ones settled in other parts of the world, buying gifts for grandchildren living with them and even ordering eye-glasses online! The wide choice of online products that suit the elderly provides huge benefits not only to companies selling them but also to modern old people who are simply young at heart.

     Father - Saving Shopping Time To Spend Quality Time With Kids

     The modern Indian father takes pride in selecting the right products online, saving precious shopping time, which is then spent with the kids. Weekends are no longer spent in the shopping mall but either in the comfort of home or the openness of the park. This is thanks to the online shopping revolution. The modern dad keeps a track of Deal of the Day and makes sensible choices online. He shops for himself – office wear to casual wear and products for others with ease. Besides scouting for new gadgets, he even looks up organic food stores on the web.

    Grandparents - Advancing Beyond Story-telling

    The new age dada-dadi no longer shy off from the computer. Usually, they start off by learning the use of email to keep in touch with spouses, siblings or other relatives who are settled abroad. This is just the beginning as they acknowledge the vastness of the Internet. Computer savvy grandparents are now sending gifts to loved ones settled in other parts of the world, buying gifts for grandchildren living with them and even ordering eye-glasses online! The wide choice of online products that suit the elderly provides huge benefits not only to companies selling them but also to modern old people who are simply young at heart.

     Father - Saving Shopping Time To Spend Quality Time With Kids

     The modern Indian father takes pride in selecting the right products online, saving precious shopping time, which is then spent with the kids. Weekends are no longer spent in the shopping mall but either in the comfort of home or the openness of the park. This is thanks to the online shopping revolution. The modern dad keeps a track of Deal of the Day and makes sensible choices online. He shops for himself – office wear to casual wear and products for others with ease. Besides scouting for new gadgets, he even looks up organic food stores on the web.

    News Source- http://www.articlesbase.com/fashion-articles/deal-of-the-day-a-new-age-mantra-for-the-modern-indian-household-6863357.html

    Rashmi Nautiyal

    Rashmi Nautiyal

    We are happy to introduce www.buydailystuff.com which offers a unique platform for customers keen to grab best deals and coupons in various retail verticals. Our website has a rich affiliation with leading market brands which offer attractive deals at lucrative prices. We hope you enjoy shopping with us.
      Rashmi Nautiyal

      Rashmi Nautiyal

      We are happy to introduce www.buydailystuff.com which offers a unique platform for customers keen to grab best deals and coupons in various retail verticals. Our website has a rich affiliation with leading market brands which offer attractive deals at lucrative prices. We hope you enjoy shopping with us.
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