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  • Bill McLoughlin

    Furniture Everyday

    Bill McLoughlin

    January 16, 2017

    How someone doing everything ‘right’ can cost you a sale

    My wife and I purchased a new home recently and gradually have been buying new furniture. We’ve visited most of the local furniture stores and made a few purchases, some at a local brick and mortar and others via the Internet. On a recent trip to a local furniture store, we found a particular chair we liked in an outlet/clearance area of the store. (Full disclosure: I love a good value and am not averse to shopping closeouts on our preferred brands — and, yes, I shop by manufacturer brand as well as retailer) . Our goal was to find ...

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  • Clint Engel

    Clint's Notes

    Clint Engel

    January 11, 2017

    As Amazon Go goes so goes furniture?

    Should furniture stores worry about Amazon Go, the grocery store of the future introduced via YouTube last month? If you are just a little afraid of Amazon, this could be scary stuff at first glance: A customer walks into the store, scans his smartphone at a turnstile like he’s about to get on the subway, and then he starts shopping away. If he picks up a box of cereal, say, it’s automatically added to his virtual cart. If he changes his mind, he puts it back, and it’s instantly removed from the cart. When he’s done ...

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  • Alex Milstein

    One Stop Shop

    Alex Milstein

    January 10, 2017

    3 little things that can have a big impact

      We’ve all heard the saying, “It’s the little things in life that matter.” Well, the same applies to your website, too. If you go to a website and see a word spelled wrong, what’s your general impression of the website? You might think they are lazy, and you might even question how much time they put into their product or if their brand is worth buying. In fact, studies have shown than a single spelling mistake on a website can cut a company’s online sales in half. And considering that more than half of website visitors ...

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