It's My Mall... I'll Shop if I want to!
By Anthony Gilardi
How many hours can you afford to spend on the internet, searching, clicking only to end up yo-yo`ing back and forth between pages that all claim to get you to what you want. There are generally two methods to looking for things on the internet.
The first is for people who understand what URL (web address) is, they simply type the address and end up at the exact website they wish to be. These people generally miss out on other websites that may give them more options.
The second are for people that just click and follow links. These are the people that spend most of their web life seeking rather than finding.
When it comes to looking for information on the web obviously sites like Google, Yahoo, AOL and MSN reign supreme. However when it comes to shopping these sites generally provide you with so many options that you become sitetracked before you actually accomplish anything.
As far as shopping goes, wouldn't it just be nice to have a simple site that lists stores, sales and would allow you to save the stores that you like to shop.
Fortunately such a site exists, http://www.malsoup.com. It is rather new, it is growing and it is just about the most complete and simplest shopping site that doesn't clutter your browser with crap before you get an actual chance to shop. Visit the MallSoup.com virtual mall and build your mall. Next time you need to buy something just remember one thing... MallSoup.
About The Author
Anthony Gilardi is a web designer, programmer, screenwriter and graphic artist whose motivations are driven by the simple phrase... Keep it simple stupid! I simplify because people want it, I simplify because I can.