Shopaholics Wanted!

Posted on 31 August 2010


Admit it, you’re a shopaholic!  So, as they say, “if you have the name, why not play the game.”  And, for those of you who may have been sleeping or in a coma for the last couple of decades, the Internet is the destination of choice for the savvy shopaholic.  While retail stores offer you limited selection and are often out-of-stock on the most popular merchandise, the Internet can provide virtually unlimited quantities and product information.


But, and this is the tricky part, how and where do you find these products?  You could, of course, visit the individual websites of stores that you frequent.  If you were interested in purchasing cookware, you might choose to visit the website of a home accessories retailer. Or, you might search for a particular product category on your favorite search engine.  For the wine lover, a Google search for wine glasses might provide you information and potential sites from which to purchase any of the wine glass varieties.  Another option would be to check out any of tens of thousands of shopping sites on the Internet.  Going to any of the sites focused on products for your home might provide you a number of coffee makers, blenders, toaster ovens, or steamers from which to choose.


Yet – and if you are a true shopaholic, you are probably already aware – there is a better way:  ShopWiki!  ShopWiki.com is an encyclopedic website that brings the entire universe of products right into your home or office.  Unlike other shopping sites that only provide products from stores that have paid for placement on their websites, ShopWiki crawls the Internet like Google and provides the shopper with complete information on every product from every online store.  So, if you are seeking kitchen and dining products, anything from large and small appliances to cookware, cooking tools, and tableware, you’ll find every available product, as well as helpful information and an array of buyer resources on ShopWiki.


Shopaholics, you have found your own personal, online nirvana! 





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