When online shoppers see customer reviews on your website, it can make purchasing with you seem less risky and inspire confidence in your store.
Dance retailers are always looking for ways to boost summer sales. This year, as COVID lingers on, sidewalk sales may be more attractive to customers than ever. Keep these six best practices in mind.
New retail platforms have made it easier and more affordable to create a robust and attractive website for your dance store. Here are some key strategies to make sure your site works for your business—and your bottom line.
Here’s the scoop on PPP Round Two, plus other financial assistance and tax breaks to counter the pandemic’s economic blows to your business.
Adding new categories can mean extra revenue, but maintaining the store’s brand identity can be a challenge. Here’s how three storeowners handle it.
These stores market and manage their gift cards for year-round sales, and they’ve adapted to COVID-19 in different ways. What’s right for your store now?
Even with many of their businesses on hold, dancewear makers, studios and stores are doing what they can to help during COVID-19.
We want you to know that we are here for you. We’ll do our best to be a support in the weeks and months to come—bringing you news and business ideas you can use, links to business relief resources, and yes, inspiration and ideas from your fellow dance retailers and studio owners, on how to move forward.
Recent changes in Facebook Messenger, Pinterest and Instagram features could be useful for understanding and reaching out to your customers.
Worrying about online reviews can certainly keep a dance store or studio owner up at night. But negative reviews aren’t necessarily the business-killer you think they are, and engaging with online review sites actually boosts revenues, this study shows.