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In case you haven’t noticed, there is a new marketing tactic in town and it is called social influence. Riding on the digital wave that is sweeping across ASEAN and our economy, social influencers are mushrooming across marketing channels with the emergence of YouTube personalities such as JinnyBoy and social celebrities like Cheesis, a famous […]
Life is easy when you go online or use an app to book all your travel and transportation needs. Flights to different countries, electric trains between cities, taxis or ride sharing vehicles for short distances. Adding to that ease, is an app that lets you rent a car at your fingertips. And let us tell […]
There’s one thing you can do if you shop on your desktop that you can’t really do on your phones (you could, but that involves jumping through different apps) — go hunting for the best value for money product. But if that entails having 10,000 tabs open while you search for treasure, then you’re doing […]
Ever felt like you’re at some dead-end, working non-stop, paying off debts that never seem to end? You’re yearning for that sweet freedom that your peers upload daily on their Instagram Stories in Switzerland?
Kevin Kwan’s novel-turned-film, Crazy Rich Asians, is now in our local cinemas and the lifestyle of the rich characters is one of the most lavish and decadent is one of the most stunning parts of the film. It’s the kind of life that most of us would dream of, or at the very least, play […]
When it comes to money, most of us have our own opinions of it. In Malaysia, there tends to be a few characters to money talk with, some of which can be helpful, but some whose advice should be taken with a pinch of salt.
Most Malaysians agree that Sabah has the most astonishing views whether it’s the island, beach, jungle or culture. If you are not one of them, you need to read this.
*Updated on 19th Dec 2017 Did you know that Malaysians are the most vulnerable to internet scams according to a survey by Telenor Group?
*Dikemaskini pada 2 Nov 2017 Menurut satu kaji selidik dari syarikat telekomunikasi Telenor Group, rakyat Malaysia amat mudah diperangkap sindiket penipuan. Hampir setiap hari, ada sahaja berita mengenai rakyat Malaysia ditipu hampir ratusan ribu Ringgit terpapar. Jadi, kami senaraikan antara sindiket penipuan yang kerap memerangkap rakyat Malaysia untuk memudahkan anda waspada tentang ciri-ciri sindket tersebut […]
Istilah ‘personal shopper’ atau pembeli peribadi mungkin kedengaran asing kerana perkhidmatan ini masih lagi baharu dalam pasaran. Secara amnya, ia merupakan perkhidmatan berbayar yang akan membantu pelanggan membeli barangan yang diingini, dari proses konsultasi peribadi, pembelian, hingga ke penghantaran barang.
Peniaga online kini tidak lagi dibenarkan untuk menggunakan ayat “PM untuk harga” di media sosial. Peniaga melanggar undang-undang jika tidak memaparkan harga barangan, dan meminta pelanggan menghubungi mereka untuk mendapatkan harga. Pusat Khidmat Aduan Pengguna Nasional (NCCC) melaporkan aduan pengguna dari sektor e-dagang mencatatkan jumlah aduan tertinggi sejak tahun 2014. Pengurus Kanan, Dasar dan Perundingan […]
You’ve finally tied the knot and it’s time to skip off towards your happily ever after. Now that the festivities are over, you can now bask in each other’s presence on your honeymoon. However, one look at your bank account and you realized that you might have gone a little overboard with the wedding planning. […]
Did you know that online sellers are no longer allowed to post “PM for price” on social media channels online? It’s against the law to do that in Malaysia. If you didn’t know that, read on to know your rights as a consumer when shopping online.
Many of you may not yet fully understand the term ‘personal shopper’ since it’s relatively new in the market, but it basically is a paid service whereby the ‘personal shopper’ receives a fee to help their customers or clients shop and includes personalized consultation and delivery.
According to the Malaysia Digital Landscape 2016 report by the Malaysian Digital Association, there are about 44.5 million smartphone users spread across our country. Of course, this is understandable as we need our smartphones to check our news feed on social media, get connected with one another, browse the internet, watch videos and shop around […]