Are you a happy DealDash.com shopper?
Happy shoppers become loyal customers, so what does it take to become happy DealDash shoppers? I thought about it and came up with a list.
Follow a Budget
Happy shoppers are responsible shoppers. It’s difficult to be a happy shopper if we over-spend our budget.
It’s easy for new customers to get caught up in the fun and excitement of shopping on DealDash. When I first discovered DealDash, I did. I had so much fun, I didn’t want to stop, and I quickly became an avid shopper. However, I decided to slow down, figure out a monthly budget and become a responsible shopper.
After I planned ahead, always bought my bid packs when they went on sale and followed a budget, I was enjoying shopping on DealDash more than before.
Happy shoppers avoid distractions.
It’s important to choose a quiet time to shop on DealDash when we will not be interrupted with phone calls, visitors or other distractions. Choosing the right time of day or night to shop can make a huge difference.
Avoid Shopping When Tired
Happy shoppers avoid shopping when overly tired.
It’s difficult to be a happy shopper if we shop when we are overly tired and fall asleep at the wrong time that results in lost auctions. It’s important to only shop when we are wide awake and alert so we do not miss adding (or deleting) bids when it makes sense to do so.
I learned this lesson the hard way. I lost several auctions simply because I was shopping when I was too tired and fell asleep at my computer. I know from experience that it’s better to wait until we are well rested.
Learn From Others
Happy shoppers often learn from watching other more experienced shoppers.
The more we learn about how to shop wisely, the more success we will have. No one can ever know too much about how to make wise shopping decisions.
This sponsored blog post was submitted by: Barbara L. Sellers. Barbara was compensated by DealDash for this blog post. Blog posts are written by real DealDash customers. The opinions and advice here represent our customers’ views and not those of the company.