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When our world shut down to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, people everywhere turned to social media and the internet to learn, shop, and communicate with friends, and in doing so demonstrated how important social media marketing can be to any business.
In the age of social distancing and restricted retail, anything that reduces customer contact and helps shoppers avoid checkout lines is a winner. That’s why mPOS – mobile point of sale solutions – is transforming brick-and-mortar retail.
If you need to find a way to keep the cash registers ringing and your business running during the health and economic crisis, using strategies like BOPIS and local delivery can keep a business alive.
Supplier markets, conventions and annual product showcases are the most important road trips...
Mining, managing and putting retail data to work is vital to the success of any business. Tools like Net Promoter Score use data to help businesses improve their performance.
In 1963, Andy Williams recorded the song “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” as an ode to...
Amazon’s delivery services have changed shopper’s expectations. Independent stores can use local deliver to boost business and earn new customers.
Although expansion is the goal of most businesses, knowing when it’s time is hard to recognize. Here are a few questions entrepreneurs need to ask before considering a second location.
BOGOs – buy one, get ones are by far the most popular sales with American shoppers with 93% favoring them over any other kinds of discounts. Learn why they’re so effective and discover some other ways to jump-start sales during slow times.
Today, you can rent just about anything from a prom dress to a power tool. That means businesses, especially hardware stores, should seriously consider increasing their product offerings by joining the movement with a point of rental system
“Do you want fries with your burger?” It’s a question probably as old as hamburgers themselves,...