items are listed with a lot of information, this always helps rather than only getting aesthetic info about a product, you can get reviews, extracts from books, reviews from customers (you can tell which reviews were verified purchases not just paid review), good product selection and pricing too.
keep it up.
It draws you in and quite easy to navigate brands.
They can also have very good deals online and offline. Free shipping to store is a definite advantage as I have one right next door.
Wish they would sort out a mobile page though. There are just too many items for it to be used on a mobile.
For the amount of items it has, it tends to load up quite quickly.
Love the mobile page, loads up very quick and doesn't compromise images or other info.
I tend to stick to other labels when purchasing from asos as I am not familiar with the asos own brand.
the free shipping is also a winner.
I actually prefer the website to my paper bills.
Website guides me along and I can view my usage, updated every 24 hrs so I know when to cut back to save on bills.
The design is also easy on the eyes and not too much information jumbled up at once.
I like the reviews and you can check for item stock near you, these are great tools for me.
However, sometimes, I need to check for info online via mobile phone and this is where it really doesn't live up.
Also, if you have slowish connection, don't bother.
This site has it all. I have done over 300 purchases and over 300 sales. I can barely remember when I had issues.
All in all, a good experience. There is a fairly steep learning curve for beginners these days but eBay provides a lot of information and tools for both buyer and seller protection.
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