LONDON, November 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Global shopping website Set That launches its first digital magazine at magazines.setthat.com showcasing the website's range of products and sets that inspire people with ideas for their wardrobe and Christmas shopping.
When a reader identifies a product they like, the magazine hosts full integration into Set That's range of more than one million products from iconic UK stores including Habitat, House of Fraser, Reiss, John Lewis and global iconic stores such as J. Crew, Shopbop, Farfetch, Anthropologie, Saks Fifth Avenue, Sportscraft, Bloomingdale's, StrawberryNET, Saba, and zanui.
Led by Melbourne entrepreneur Liz Tehan, the social shopping site refreshed its website design this month to simplify and streamline the online shopping process. The newly revamped site now features sections on fashion for women, men and kids, toys for all ages, gifts for teachers, teenagers and new mothers, under £25 homeware and a host of items under £25.
"In a rapidly changing retail landscape, we are eliminating traditional retail barriers, such as geography, traffic and crowds, to enable a more effective way to manage your shopping," said Liz. "Because you can buy what you see from the inspirational styling of others, it is ideal for the inexperienced online shopper."
Retail has quickly embraced Set That as it delivers new engaged customers directly to their store. "We have had great uptake by retailers, many new to the affiliate shopping model, because we deliver a virtual sales force of brand advocates - the site's set creators."
Set That's seamless integration with social media allows set creators and brand advocates to easily share their creations with others. If their inspiration results in a sale, they are rewarded with between 2-4% commission paid via PayPal. People can choose to donate their commission to charity if they prefer.
The site features a new collections area under each category with great gift ideas for any age, gender or interest. Attracting almost 70,000 visitors from around the world since its launch, the site brings people and products together in an engaging social hub where stylists can share passions and create trends.
Set That is an engaging social hub where shoppers, designers, stylists and retailers experience an easier and more rewarding way to shop.
Contact: Keren Gatty Saunt, +44-7876-144559
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