Why Retailers Need to Blog

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A blog page is a cost effective platform that retailers can use to interact with their customers. As a result, customers are increasingly making their final decision to buy a product by reading reviews. Also, they interact with other on the blog-page to help them with their purchase decision.

Why should a retailer have a blog?

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The Role That Social Media Plays In Driving Online Retail Sales

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Social media driven retail sales and referral traffic are rising at a faster pace than all other digital marketing channels. In fact, it is cheaper for retailers to advertise on Facebook than it is using Google’s Adwords (WebRunner, 2017).

The link between social media and retail sales

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A Drone on My Roof – Another Delivery from my Favorite Online Retailer

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Are you frustrated with high delivery costs, dangerous roads and Post Office strikes? No problem, the future use of a ‘commercial’ delivery drone may provide an exciting alternative…

Are drones for delivery science fiction for now?

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Why You Should Start an Online Retail Business

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You should consider to start an online retail business. Bricks and Mortar (Traditional retailers) are now urgently adding online retail channels to the businesses. Thomas Smale contributing to The Entrepreneur proposed the following reasons:

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How the Internet economy has changed the way we are selling and buying goods

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Our business environment is changing every second in an Internet economy driven by e-commerce.

The Internet economy

Back in the old days change was something you give back when someone buys something from your shop. Today change is part of a retailer’s life and the way he or she adapts to it may be the difference between success and failure.

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Online Shopping Increasingly Surpasses Traditional Bricks and Mortar Retail Shopping

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Online shopping is fast becoming the favorite way to do shopping. It has happened now – more books are sold online than in Bricks and Mortar book shops during 2012.

Online shopping and the future of Bricks and Mortar Retailing

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