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How ShopBack Enables Better Savings with Cashback and Online Shopping Offers

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When e-commerce first took off in the region five years ago, merchants were following a standard formula which would lead to reasonable success: build a simple e-commerce website, upload basic products information such as images and prices, throw in some sort of digital marketing, and observe as consumers made their way along the buying journey.

Things are much different nowadays. In this matured, booming e-commerce market, merchants are increasingly finding ways to rise above the crowd by providing a seamless, simple experience for the modern omnichannel shoppers. Modern consumers expect to be delighted by technology at every micro-moments – to have magic brought to even life’s most mundane tasks.

Advancement in technology and shifts in consumer behavior have changed the path to success. Despite this change, e-commerce market still remains as one of the biggest industry in the region today.

A Singapore start-up, ShopBack was founded to tap into South East Asia’s huge e-commerce market – Singapore, Malaysia, and the Philippines. The start-up offers special incentives to online shoppers, by providing them cashback or vouchers when they shop at over 300+ online stores.

Credits to: ShopBack Singapore

Better Online Shopping Experience

Earning points and rewards are not new to the everyday consumers. Credit card companies are one of the few companies that have successfully introduced rewards system that are pushing consumers to spend more while saving more. In most cases, cashback rewards programs are often more useful and attractive for most consumers as they are also often simpler.

The Internet has made the purchasing of goods even easier and certainly in some cases cheaper. In fact, when it comes to shopping online there are thousands of websites from which shoppers can buy a variety of goods from.

Online Shopping 1

ShopBack works with merchants like Apple and Taobao Singapore, to provide their community unlimited savings at their favorite stores. The start-up shares rewards with their community by referring customers to them. Rewards, in this case, come in the form of cashback. It literally means “getting cash back,” when shoppers purchase online via ShopBack.

It is just a simple and obvious benefit for shoppers to use them, simply because they can stretch their dollar for their online shopping spree.

ShopBack Is Easy to Use

Most web application or mobile application can often be cluttered and complicated, featuring a multitude of features and functions that might never be used. However, ShopBack is being built to emphasize on simplicity, usability and optimizing the user experience (UX).

With 6 easy steps, shoppers can enjoy their shopping while earning cash back in their ShopBack account:

  1. Click on any online store via ShopBack and get redirected
  2. Shop and purchase as per usual on the online store
  3. Get Cashback in the ShopBack account within 48 hours
  4. Cashback will turn ‘Redeemable’ once the merchant validates the order
  5. Payout can be requested once Redeemable Cashback of $10.00 has been reached (Bonus, similarly, can only be cashed out when the Redeemable Cashback reaches $10.00)
  6. Sit back, relax and wait for for the cashback to be transferred to the desired PayPal or bank account.

Moreover, ShopBack has worked with banks to give their users more options to cash out their rewards:

Banks

Vouchers to Start your Shopping Journey

If you have never heard of ShopBack, it would be wise to start your shopping journey with them. This is because it can help you save more while you shop online. Whether you are looking for food delivery via foodpanda, shopping for fashion on Zalora, or even buying groceries from honestbee, you can always find useful coupon here. Or you can look for an AliExpress coupon on ShopBack’s website to enhance your shopping experience on AliExpress.

Online Shopping 2

With online stores, there are no limits of time and space in shopping activities. With ShopBack, shopping is taken to a new level where the convenience complements perfectly with additional savings and perks. Like what Uncle Sim always says, “it’s so simple!”

Vincent Wee
Vincent Wee
Singapore | Vincent is a dynamic and versatile marketing strategist primarily focused on digital marketing. He also has a keen passion for gaming and collecting designer toys.

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