Love is in the Air: 4 ways to fall in love with your sales this Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and with many shoppers on the hunt for the perfect presents, it’s prime time for retailers to clock up those loved-up sales. In 2018, Brits spent £650 million on Valentine’s Day, an increase of more than a quarter since 2015, with men being more likely than women to spend more […]
Are Credit Searches Damaging to your Credit File?
Curious about Credit A credit search, or credit check, is a snapshot of your financial behaviour used by credit providers to indicate “risk” of lending money. There are two different types of credit searches; one that won’t affect your credit rating, and one that could. ‘Hard’ credit searches: When you apply for credit, such as […]

Month: January 2020

January 2020
Lights, Camera, Action: The Xperience Group in the Spotlight
Xperience Photography Our memories are something that makes us human. The wish to capture what we see is held by all people across the globe. So, what if we can capture those memories to last a lifetime? Here at DivideBuy, we work with a large variety of amazing photographers who offer a selection of family […]
31st January 2020
Lights, Camera, Action: Xperience Interest-Free Credit
Xperience Photography Our memories are something that makes us human. The desire to capture what we see is held by all people across the globe. So, what if we can capture those memories to last a lifetime? Here at DivideBuy, we work with a large variety of amazing photographers who offer a selection of family […]
31st January 2020
4 Reasons Why Your Customers are Abandoning their Baskets
Shopping Cart Abandonment The UK wears the crown when it comes to internet shopping and we lead the world with our love of virtual retail therapy. More than a third of the population buy something online at least weekly, and yet almost three-quarters of customers tend to abandon their baskets before checking out – why? […]
27th January 2020
Is January still a slow month?
How to beat the retail January blues January’s traditionally been a tricky month for retailers. Purses are empty after the Christmas buying frenzy. Wallets are bare. Belts are tightened. Or so the story goes. But is it really the case? If we look at data from this time last year, the stats suggest the opposite, […]
20th January 2020