Averil NunesCould it be true? Is the convenience of summoning things home with a few clicks seducing Indian women to shed their try-it-before-you-buy-it mindsets?According to eMarketer, Indian online sales are estimated to rise from $16.32 million in 2013 to $30.31 million in 2016. Our question is... how much of this money is being spent by the 60 million Indian women who are reportedly online?
1 Flipkart.com 2 eBay.in3 Homeshop18.com 4 Snapdeal.com 5 Indiaplaza.com 6 Jabong.com 7 Yebhi.com 8 Amazon.com 9 Fashionandyou.com 10 Myntra.com Signs that you are an e-shopaholic:a) You log on to buy one thing, and end up buying fiveb) You find yourself buying things for your neighbours, friends, in-laws, in-laws neighbours... just for the high of the buyc) You know which website offers the best discounts in which product category, even before you log ond) The search bar on your smart phone auto-finishes the names of your favourite e-tail websites e) You have more online discount number-codes than you know what to do with
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