by Aaron Falk
In the world of ecommerce, consumer is king. As the economy continues to remain sluggish, recent data has showed that both consumer confidence and consumer spending is up – some consumers are even digging into their savings to shop.
Recent reports suggest that online retail sales continue to post significant gains and are projected to account for nine percent of total retail sales. As consumers persist in heading online – one survey found that more than 38 million Americans shop while they’re on the toilet – the traditional bricks-and-mortar business model is becoming an antiquated framework.
Even the future of online shopping is changing. In December, IBM published its annual “5 in 5” report in which it highlights the next era of computing, which, in this case, was cognitive computers. With cognitive computing, consumers can feel the fabric on a set of sheets their interested in purchasing.
“Bricks and mortar stores face an accelerating trend of e-commerce and must shore up their foundation in the face of digital competitors and in light of consumer sensitivity to rising gas prices,” stated Mike Martin, president of UnbeatableSale.com, in a press release. “The buying-cycle is closing – consumers have the ability to research pricing and products unlike ever before.”
Since its foundation in 2004, UnbeatableSale.com has become one of the top online retailers by offering the best deals, the best sales and the lowest prices on millions of items for its millions of customers. Located in Lakewood, New Jersey, the company offers savings of between 30 percent and 70 percent on high-quality products on their website.
UnbeatableSale.com has transitioned into the epicenter for savings on the latest items, whether it’s the newest video games, refrigerators, tablets, home decor and millions of other products. With a management team that has more than 50 years of experience combined, the company always reviews its inventory to ensure that it is keeping up with changing consumer demands and needs.
To provide the easiest shopping experience, UnbeatableSale.com offers an array of features: lists and detailed descriptions of items, easy-to-understand instructions, price-match guarantees, an online order tracker, a 30-day returns policy and fast and courteous customer service.
UnbeatableSale.com offers thousands of brand names and also operates several niche brands: Comfort Market, Greater Medical, Halloween Mall, Pet Shop, Fun Toy Mall, Techno Outlet and Boncui.
Since being established, the company has earned a number of accolades, including being an accredited BBB member for close to a decade and being given a top A+ rating. The website has also been ranked 287th in the Internet Retailer Top 500 guide and placed on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing private American companies in 2009 and 2011.
In 2010, the company posted a three-year growth of 170 percent, or $17 million, with just 60 employees, up from a workforce of 40 three years prior. Last year, the company announced that it set records with big brand partners even in this tough economy.
“The 21st Century consumer is online all the time, adding pressure to retailers to be where their buying audience is, when they need to be, with the products these shoppers are looking for, to make the sale,” said Mike Martin, UnbeatableSale.com president, in a press release.
“UnbeatableSale has proven its value as a partner to some of the biggest names in retail such as Barnes & Noble and Best Buy Co. Inc. – by offering a cost-effective, easy solution to implement that taps into a wider and deeper product mix, with more ways to find relevant products at the most competitive better prices, with higher quality support and technologically sophisticated systems. Top tier retailers in growing numbers are drawn to UnbeatableSale to meet their sales targets and expansion goals in multiple areas.”
Just like others involved in ecommerce and its competitors, UnbeatableSale.com has generated a large number sales and continues to grow with each passing year.
With tax season here, fewer Americans expect to get a tax rebate from their tax return this year. But if you’re one of the millions of Americans receiving a refund, UnbeatableSale.com encourages people to check out its blog post of 12 ways to spend your tax refund, which was published early last year.