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Re: EBay Bid-Riggers To Pay $90,000 in Fines, Restitution 3  PhilipCohen   2008-07-16 17:26:17 
Re: Microsoft Climbs Higher Into the Cloud 4  EfficientBiz   2008-07-15 19:43:12 
Re: Getting Serious About Energy Independence 3  nbruce   2008-07-14 03:13:29 
Re: FCC May Curb Comcast's Internet Choke-Chain Antics 2  oldun   2008-07-11 14:29:38 
Re: The Red Queen of E-Commerce 2  jbaier   2008-07-11 09:22:47 
Re: Karachi Awakens 48  atewani   2008-07-08 16:54:19 
Re: VMware Takes a Beating on CEO Switch, Lower Revenue Outlook 2  robinwauters   2008-07-08 11:04:21 
Re: The Domain Blast 2  SteveFrunkis   2008-07-02 07:13:26 
Re: Bill Gates - Boy Genius, Corporate Villain, Global Giver - Has Left the Building 3  gh3   2008-06-27 18:34:39 
Re: Comcast's Bandwidth-Throttling Experiment: Wave of the Future? 3  supperclub   2008-06-26 06:39:36 
Re: Warming Up to the Kindle 2  mpcairns   2008-06-22 14:32:09 
Re: eBay Puffs Up PayPal With Fraud Protection Upgrade 2  gully   2008-06-22 03:33:09 
Re: Click Fraud Ticks Lower in Q1 2  tyneham   2008-06-21 13:50:16 
Re: Web Security and the SaaS Factor 2  lhoover   2008-06-18 13:13:51 
Re: AP Wants to School Bloggers on Copyright Law 2  surfyngirl   2008-06-18 06:42:06 
Re: End of the Road for E-Commerce Patents? 2  NewEconomy   2008-06-15 16:07:50 
Re: Study: E-Commerce Will Thrive Despite Recession 2  angelalee369   2008-06-14 08:25:34 
Re: Is Social Marketing Your Online Store's Top Friend? 2  IM-Vocal   2008-06-13 22:28:27 
Re: FCC Looks to Play Terminator on Cell Phone Cancellation Fees 2  sherden   2008-06-13 20:01:14 
Re: Luxury E-Tail: Who's Buying This Stuff? 4  mdonovin   2008-06-10 11:30:03 

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How important is the availability of curbside service when you consider a physical store to do your shopping?
Critically Important - I will not shop at an establishment that does not provide curbside service.
Quite Important - During the pandemic I prefer not to go inside a physical location. Still, I will consider a business that does not offer curbside service.
Somewhat Important - I like a curbside option, but itís not part of my decision-making process when I choose where to shop.
Not Important - I do not use curbside pickup. When I go out to shop I want to select everything myself.