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One thing you have to remember is that online and offline sales are really two sides of the same coin, right? It’s just two different opportunities for consumers to purchase from you. So if you are an offline or a retail store, you really need to be considering the fact that you need to have an online store as well. That’s just another opportunity to sell. Now, if you are online only, you may also wanna be thinking about a retail location. Maybe your products will benefit from that, maybe your customers will benefit from that. So while we’re going through this conversation, I’m not saying that one is better than the other, what we’re talking about is how do offline retailers compete with the online retailers, compete with Amazon, compete with companies like that. That’s what we’re gonna dive into.
1. Updated & Accurate Maps Listings
2. Integrate Digital Marketing
3. Offer Free Local Pickup
4. Emphasize Customer Experience
5. Lean Into Community Involvement
Being a Brick and Mortar is actually an advantage.
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