kdf on May 19th, 2009

Here’s details of my awful experience with the Santa Barbara Olive Company. What should have been a simple online purchase They had some many chances to get it right. They just couldn’t be bothered.

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kdf on October 14th, 2006

Tweet While making a purchase online, how many times have you seen the little box that asks you to enter a coupon code, and wished you had a code to possibly save yourself a few dollars?  I’ve even searched Google looking for a code to use on some sites. Now there is a site that [...]

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Tweet The websit MousePrint.org literally turns advertising on its head by focusing on an ad’s asterisked fine print footnote rather than the headline. The goal is to help educate the public about the catches or “gotchas” in disclaimers, and to encourage advertisers to abandon the motto, “the big print giveth, and the little print taketh [...]

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Doug on September 14th, 2006

Tweet This supports a belief I’ve held for some time. It never hurts to ask for a better price. This article from the Wall Street Journal explains it. Retailers and anyone with a service or article to sell need you and your dollars sometimes more than you need the item. So let that work for [...]

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Doug on September 14th, 2006

Tweet Okay, this is cool. This article reports on when the best time is to purchase a wide assortment of products and why. From cars to televisions, airline tickets and broadway shows, each has a predictable “right time” to buy. Click on “read more” to see the article. read more | digg story

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