There’s good news and bad news when it comes to managing your digital presence. The good news is, you have multiple ways to connect with your customers including social media, reviews, emails, and even online chat functions. The bad news is that you have multiple ways to connect with your customers which means more platforms to pay attention to and learn how to use.
Did you know 80% of your sales come from 20% of your customers? That’s right! So while your competition worries about getting new customers in the door, you can take advantage of the more lucrative opportunities already walking in. Here are five easy strategies you can implement today to strategically sell more to your top 20%. We will call these your "all star customers", the ones who faithfully come back for more.
Gain valuable insight into the behavior of the modern pet consumer and start effectively connecting with your customers.
Spring has sprung! Flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, puppies are prancing! This is a great time of year to take a look around your store with fresh eyes. There are things every store owner or manager can do to improve your customer’s shopping experience and increase sales.
Trends have indicated how important it is for retailers to consider more than their price point. Today’s consumers aren’t just shopping for the best deal — they’re shopping for the best brand. What does it mean to be the best brand? It’s about the consumers’ perception of your brand, as well as the relationship you have with your existing customers.
If you’re tired of your Facebook posts reaching a limited number of people, you're not alone. Organic reach for businesses is at an all time low, but luckily the social media website offers a powerful tool to change that: Facebook Ads. This platform gives small business marketers a louder voice and a chance to break through the clutter that fills up our news feeds, conveniently located on a website that we all use every day.
A majority of small business owners understand that social media—Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and LinkedIn—are important tools for connecting with business partners, helping reach new customers, and keep new customers coming back. However, with limited resources and even more limited time, it’s difficult for a small business owner to develop a creative strategy and keep up with the demand of posting on multiple channels each week.