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“I don’t care what they say. I’m going to do me!” This is the attitude that many consumers have when it comes to their purchasing decisions. Consumers express self-interest when they, for example, buy a product regardless of its price because it’s better than similar products on the market. In this blog post, we will discuss 11 strategies that will help you be selfish with your purchases and get what you want! -Research, research, and then some more! Consumers should never buy blindly without doing their homework first. Do your due diligence in determining what’s best for you by researching prices of similar products on the market as well as studying reviews to see if anything is wrong with a product. Read online reviews and do not be afraid to ask questions about any uncertainties that come up before making a purchase decision. -Shop when it suits you! It can’t get much clearer than this: don’t shop when you’re feeling tired or stressed out because these emotions are often indicative of an impulse purchase which will likely lead to buyers remorse later on down the line (we all know how frustrating buyer’s remorse feels!). When customers take time off from work


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