A recent study suggests that online shopping habits can actually make you more likely to spend money online.
And it’s all thanks to the internet.
According to the study, which was published in the Journal of Marketing Research, the more you shop online, the less likely you are to spend the money you make online.
The study examined online shopping behavior of 1,800 US adults ages 18-69.
Researchers asked participants to complete a series of online shopping surveys over the course of a year.
The surveys asked participants what kind of products they purchased online and how much money they spent.
Researchers also asked participants about their online shopping histories, including how often they bought items online and when.
Participants also reported how often and for how long they bought and spent their money online, how many times they purchased and spent items online, and how often items were bought online.
They also reported their buying habits and how frequently they bought from online retailers and resellers.
The results showed that online shoppers spent less money on online purchases than online shoppers who were not online shoppers.
For example, online shoppers made $0.18 per purchase online in 2017 compared to $0,21 per purchase on the same day in 2016.
This is an $8 savings, or a $8 reduction, per purchase, compared to an online shopper who is offline.
In addition, online shopping participants reported buying less frequently from online sellers.
This could be due to a number of reasons, including their reluctance to buy from sellers who do not honor their terms of service, their preference for online purchases over offline purchases, or the difficulty of buying from online sites that offer more personalized services.
The study also showed that spending less online was associated with spending less on other purchases, as well.
The researchers believe the savings are because online shopping is less likely to make you spend money offline, as the majority of online purchases are online.
But this finding does not necessarily mean that online buying is the best way to spend your money online as well, as there are other ways to spend it online.
There are a number online shopping strategies that are more cost-effective than online shopping, such as shopping at stores, using a mobile device, and buying products online.
However, the study also found that online retailers can make money off of customers who purchase their products online, as they do not have to pay sales tax on online sales.