Researching products – it’s for the value also, not only for the better price

Whenever I buy something online, I do some research.

Things which interest me:

  • Price (Is it a cheap product? Where can I get the product at a better price?)
  • Price per value.
  • Have I tested the products?
  • Have other users tested the product? If so, what is their feed-back?
  • Have famous reviewers (magazines & blogs) reviewed the product? What is their opinion?
  • How does the product stand when you look at the top products sold in the category, at eMAG?
  • What’s the product’s place on Top 10 lists?
  • What’s the brand? Is it a reliable brand?
  • Compatibility with other products in my house.
  • Design.
  • Can I buy the product without caring for warranty, or should I look for a store which gives me good warranty conditions?

OK, if I have to pick, I generally pick a combination between “not to expensive” and “top sold products on eMAG”. Then I look for a cheap provider of the product (if I don’t care for the warranty that much).

What’s to notice?

  • When I buy a product, the value of the product matters also. It’s not all about the price. Price matters, but isn’t everything.

I am a Digital Marketing freelancer.My expertise is in SEO (Search Engine Optimization) / UX (user experience) / WordPress.Co-founder of (series of events on SEO & PPC) and (Book on branding for MDs).On a personal level, I like self-development - events, sports, healthy living, volunteering, reading, watching movies, listening to music.

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