COVID-19 moved many college students online, which meant that in-person purchasing at college bookstores became challenging. In order to stay relevant in an online world, college bookstores can find great benefit in creating an engaging and helpful online store. Here are 4 tips to consider when incorporating your bookstore online.
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your store is a tactical part of your business. Displays showcase everything and direct customers on where to focus their attention. Displays help maximize your sales because they make a good first impression for your customers.
As of 2020, 82.9% of U.S adults own a smartphone, 56.4% use a voice assistant, and 34.7% possess a smart speaker. The rise of voice assistant popularity has led to new industry innovations as businesses strive to offer the best possible experience for their customers. One of the fastest-growing innovations is the ability to shop with your voice. Click here to discover how to optimize your business for voice commerce.
While the pandemic has increased interest in online shopping, there are still a lot of people who desire to shop in-store and can’t wait for the retail experience to be back to normal. In the State of Consumer Behavior Report from Raydiant, 46% of people still prefer shopping in person. Here are some key takeaways …
We’ve been saying that having an online presence is essential for your store. Having an online store allows you to reach more customers, makes shopping easier for your customers, and allows you to offer more product than you can in your physical retail space. We’d like to look at the good and the bad of …
Whenever consumers see something new, they have the urge to learn more. Most likely there is a voice in their head saying, “I gotta have it.” This is probably happening with your customers all the time. Check out our latest infographic for tips to boost your sales.