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Consumers Follow a Brick-to-Click-to-Brick Cycle

Businesses can’t afford to consider the Internet separate from “real life”

As we head into the third decade of the 21st century, it’s worth considering how much the Internet has woven itself into our psychology, behaviors, and physical reality itself. Particularly in the past decade, our work, shopping habits, communication, and…

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