just looking around from store to store
to check out some products to buy later on
when we can afford already.
And maybe just doing some rounds
in shopping malls for leisure
and when there's nothing else to do.
Even though it feels like
it's no use doing it
or it could irritate the salespeople
when we tend to mess up the pile of products,
it is giving advantages to both
the window shopper and the malls.
For the window shopper,
he becomes aware of the products available around
and to remember them when he has the money already.
And when he finds some products that interest him,
he then saves up for the time he can afford them.
For the malls,
this is a welcoming and inviting thing
to give to the shoppers.
Their products are exposed already,
and there's a big chance that those window shoppers
will come back some other days
to purchase those they have already seen.
There's even a good chance that window shoppers
will tell their families and friends
about the products they found in the malls
making them automatically advertised
and known to many other people.
Window shopping is not only important
when we don't have the money at hand,
but also when we can afford that very moment.
We become aware of the products,
its pros and cons,
and everything else about them
especially when compared to other products.
We are having all the time in the world
to familiarize them all first
so that we will end up
buying what's best for us
and never regretting about our purchases.