I don’t clip coupons.
I don’t shop sales.
I don’t look at gas prices.
For some reason, I am just not a bargain hunter.
I am much worse.
You see, this new digital world has apparently transformed me into Facebook contest-entering, retweet for a prize-getting, video contest-vote begging addict. Heck – I rarely even try a new restaurant these days unless I see it on Living Social or Groupon. My entire retail and shopping experience is centered in the social space – and contests within it.
Going to bet some of yours are, too – hands.
This addiction realization made me especially love friend Ted Anderson’s recent Mashable-inspired blog all about how social media has transformed our retail habits and just how much power the “like” has in today’s day and age.
Take a look – agree?