dozens of products available
to choose from. How are you supposed to know which one will give you the most bang for your buck? By reading user reviews, that's how:
Have you always suspected that reptilian humanoids secretly run the entire world from hidden underground caves? We've all wondered about it at one point or another, but with so many different books to read on the subject (eight books - EIGHT!
), where to get started? Once again, user reviews to the rescue!
See how helpful your fellow Amazon.com users can be? Sometimes the best place to turn for help is other consumers... you know, people just like you! But while it's nice to imagine a web-based utopia made up of people looking out for one another, you need to exercise caution: Everyone has a voice on Amazon, and unfortunately, that means there are bound to be some folks posting comments who are - how can I put this delicately -
less than reliable.
As you can see, not all user reviews can be trusted. Try to use your best judgment.
Want MORE Stuff? Make A Wish List!
Now that you've got a feel for the basics, the hardest part will be keeping track of all those products you want to purchase! Luckily, Amazon has a built-in "Wish List" feature for just this purpose.
Let's pretend you're me for a second. Take a moment to get into character. Got it? Okay. Now that you're me, you know as well as I do that planning a romantic evening with a special young lady can be a daunting, sometimes stressful occasion. Every detail - from your freshly-pressed tuxedo to the chilled bottle of Dom Pérignon waiting in the limo - needs to be perfect, and it can be difficult to keep it all straight in your head. That's why when I have a lot of things I need to buy, I use Amazon's Wish List feature to keep track of it all:
See how easy that is? Try it out for yourself - you'll be amazed by how much better you'll feel with a well-organized shopping list to look at.
Congratulations - you're now an expert Amazon.com shopper! Why not treat yourself to something nice