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How to Shop Smart

Just a few months ago, I was in the market for a new digital camera. I spent hours online researching different cameras and reading reviews. I wanted to make a wise choice to get the best camera for my money. And I’m not alone.

According to recent studies, 86% of buyers will research a product online before going to the store.* This is an increase from previous years as consumers are changing the way they shop for merchandise.

With that being said, we at HomeWorld are absolutely thrilled to announce our new, revamped website, homeworld.com. Our site showcases hundreds of furniture choices including sofas, sleepers, massage chairs, coffee tables, dining sets, bedroom sets, youth bedroom, home entertainment, accessories, and more.

Every product is listed with a price. You can print product pages, email them to your friends, and save your favorites to a wish list. You can also share any pictures that you “like” on your Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest boards.

You can search our website by gallery page, such as La-Z-Boy or Natuzzi Editions. Products can be sorted by name or by pricing order.

Items in the same collection are also visible to show you the breadth of what’s available. There’s also a “recently viewed items” section at the bottom of the page so you can easily review earlier products that peaked your interest.

Easily find our current promotions showing you available financing offers and specials.

Of course the best thing about our website (and all website for that matter) is that it’s available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Have you seen our new website yet? What do you think? We would love to hear your comments, good and bad on this blog or on our Facebook page.

*Source: “What Every Business Should Know About Customers” by Kathy Steele 10.06.12 http://www.business2community.com

About Terri Dux

Besides being a writer, passionate blogger, and photographer for HomeWorld Furniture, Terri is also co-owner of a local t-shirt craft company. When not watching her favorite TV channel, HGTV, Terri likes to sew, vermicompost, and thrift at neighborhood garage sale

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