home shopping

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home shopping

shopping at home from goods displayed on TV shopping channels or on the Web

home′ shop′ping



n.
the purchase of goods displayed on a television show or on a retailer's Web site, as by ordering them by telephone or online.
[1985–90]
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The Lifestory Research "2012 Residential New Home Shopper Brand Study" evaluates consumer attitudes from 9,565 households across several different product classifications, including paint, to determine how brands influence home-shopping behavior.
"It's things you need, but you don't realize you need," one regular home shopper tells me.
All in all a real eye turner for the label conscious home shopper. Out doing the 'Joneses' was never easier.
The most innovative part of ShopperVision's system is its "3-D" remote control box, which allows the home shopper to actually "pick up" the product and see it from all sides, including the ingredients panel.
The system has recently been enhanced with Unipower's ScanMagic application, enabling customers to scan a barcode on any of Tesco's products with an access device and to send the data to the Tesco Home Shopper PC interface for delivery of the chosen products.
"This location is convenient for the home shopper who can browse soft home fashion goods and move along into hard accessories such as photo frames for the home," the Kmart spokeswoman explained.
The first-ever profile, based on 5,486 responses, found that the average cyber home shopper makes between $50,000 and $100,000 a year and plans to buy a single-family home in the $100,000 to $250,000 price range in the South in about three months.
The 2017 home buying season will be characterized by a large increase in first time home buyers, increasing affordability issues among buyers, and high demand for suburban homes, according to realtor.com's Active Home Shopper Report released today.
Contract notice: Good Neighbour & Home Shopper Service.
The builder refuses to furnish its models, believing that upscale merchandising scares away home shoppers on a budget.
Home shoppers should be prepared to move quickly when they find a home they want, as homes sold at theirfastest pace on record in 2017.
WASHINGTON -- The practice is called "greenwashing" and home shoppers need to be on guard: It means a house is being marketed as environmentally friendly and energy-saving when it doesn't really deserve that description.