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Sports Memorabilia With the popularity of eBay, buying sports memorabilia is a venture that's sure to pay off. I confirm that I am over the age of 16 and consent to the collection of the above data. The answer is short: Make shopping in your store a fun experience. If you do, your customers will stay longer and want to come back more often.
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Here are two techniques one hi-tech, one low-tech that other retailers use to ensure their customers enjoy shopping in their stores:. Many Saks stores have community rooms that allow customers to host private birthday parties and book clubs for free.
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Topshop, an upscale clothing boutique with stores in New York and London, hosts weekly parties and mini-fashion shows that always include extra time for shoppers to browse and buy. Photos of the events are posted on their Facebook page. Taking photos of such events and posting them on your Facebook page might easily be the cheapest advertising you can get. Shoppers insist on choice; stores without clear choices leave shoppers dissatisfied. If you only have one of an item however rare , a shopper has no point of comparison; they have no way of knowing whether your offering represents a good value.
A doubting mind does not buy. You can be certain that such customers will leave your store to shop in another or online.
Understanding the life cycle of an antiques business
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