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Gifting gadgets become a trend now-a-days. I thought of writing this article before Diwali, but I was too busy hunting tech gifts for my loved ones. But don’t worry; we still have Christmas and New Year ahead, so start preparing for it.
Tips to help to Buy and Gift Gadgets
1. Create A List : If you are going to gift only a single person, then you can skip this step and go to step 2 directly. If not, make a list of exactly how many people you would like to gift. Jot the names down on a piece of paper or use a sticky pad software. This is the first and basic step.
2. Choose Right Gifts : If you like a gift, it doesn’t mean the one you are going to gift it would also like it. Especially when you are going to gift a girl. Different people have different tastes. Everyone in your list, most probably, will have different tastes.
3. Make A Budget : This is an important thing. If you are going to gift a single person, then you don’t need to worry about the budget much. If it is for more than 3-4 persons, then you should make a budget to come up with a definite figure. Christmas and New Year are nearing, so make it perfect.
4. Best Buy And Price : Not all shops have everything. You have to visit dozen shops and compare the products for discounts. But if you are techie, you should check out online shopping portals. That would be more sensible. You can also visit electronic stores like eZone and Croma. Additionally also check 31 places to stop by before shopping online.
5. Wrap The Gift : This might sound silly, but it is worthy. Gifts often lose their effect when they are not wrapped up. Books are judged by their covers, that’s why gifts are wrapped. It will be a pleasure to watch your loved ones brighten up as they unravel their gifts.
Remember, without how you give’, what you give’ is nothing. So do it in a special manner and in the nick of time. Do you have any other suggestions to gift gadgets? Do tell me through your comments.
This guest article was written by S.Pradeep Kumar, a technical blogger and writer specializing in blogging tips, product reviews and tutorials. You can find him hooked on to twitter on weekends; follow him for an evening chat!