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If you’re working in retail marketing, it’s very easy to get swept up in a sea of omnichannel beacons, experiential stores and the proliferation of the Internet of Things (IoT) in stores like Amazon Go. 

While the future is exciting, retailers also need to focus on what they can do now with the tools they have. 

Let’s talk about point of sale (POS) marketing. It’s at the center of any retailer’s transactions and, when leveraged, can be high-value in-store promotional real estate to drive more sales pre-checkout.

<Guest Blog Post> Managing your store without a POS system in place is a difficult thing to do. Part of any good POS system is its ability to structure your inventory into departments and classes. Breaking up of your store into smaller segments departments will allow you to respond faster to the market and as a result, be able to buy smarter. Since most POS systems have some sort of department structure in place you have...

6 Tips To Improve Your Digital Sales Strategy

I originally gave this talk in Las Vegas at the breakfast at WWIN about why your social media is not engaging. I know that this topic, and how to get everything all scheduled without pulling your freaking hair out are two HUGE stressors for most of you.

So let's start here.

In order to keep your social media from being ignored, you must understand how to make the algorithm work for you, using the Content Recipe to build relationships, your role as a Style Educator, and the Content Sanity Method.

Let’s cut through the noise of those Google and YouTube searches and get down to 5 tips that will actually help you start your business off right. While the boutique industry is glamorous, we want you to be prepared for the not so glamorous times too, so prepare yourself for some real talk. From buy-in groups, to hustle and being original, these top tips can’t be missed in your business! Tip #1...

<Guest Blog Post> Today’s shoppers have more ways than ever before to shop their favorite brands. With so many channels at their fingertips, customers expect a higher level of choice, flexibility, and convenience, no matter where they shop.  When you see successful online-first brands, such as Casper and Warby Parker, add more and more physical store locations, it’s clear that no single retail channel is the path to success. Customers are now expecting to be the focus of whichever channel...