Reducing friction in the consumer buying journey

Reducing friction in the consumer buying journey

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[Webinar] How to reduce friction in the consumer buying journey We will be discussing the friction in the buying journey and why reducing it is so important for your business. We’ll also share some insights into the changing consumer expectations and behaviors driven by technology which in turn increases the …

DIY Home Improvement

Continuing Momentum for DIY Home Improvement

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The trend of homeowners wanting to do it themselves hasn’t abated; in fact, it likely gained new life because of lockdowns and stay-at-home orders in 2020. As homeowners were confined to their homes, they saw no reason not to tackle that remodel or fix-it-up project that they never had the …

How to Reduce Friction in the Consumer Journey

How to Reduce Friction in the Consumer Journey: Easy Tips for Home Improvement Retailers

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With summer right around the corner, it’s the perfect time to work on your home improvement projects. From replacing the outdoor deck to painting the wall, there are plenty of tasks to finish as the weather gets warmer. While preparing for home remodelling projects, property owners usually scour the internet …

Focusing the Consumer Journey Through Visualization

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Subscribe to 2020 Blog Over these past few years, we’ve seen the consumer journey traverse a few different paths. From the traditional model of foot traffic inside a store leading to sales, to online window shopping driving trips to physical stores, to pandemic-focused online buying, there are now many paths …

Why Changes in Consumer Buying Behaviour Are Likely to Last

A Return to Normal? Why Changes in Consumer Buying Behaviour Are Likely to Last

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As the calendar pages turn forward to summer and vaccination numbers start to rise, many pundits are talking about the economy and consumer buying behaviour “returning to normal.” The vision is, of course, of everything operating like it did through February 2020. But the question is, how has what we …

Delivering an Omnichannel Buying Experience

[eBook] Delivering an Omnichannel Buying Experience

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One of the major challenges retailers face when selling home redesign products and services is they have no way of showing consumers a physical representation of their project or their eventual purchases. Uncertainty can cause many buyers to delay contract signing, or to not sign at all. Consumers can quickly get stuck …

Retail trends 2021

Retail Trends 2021 – The Future of Furniture Shopping

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Retail trends for 2021 and beyond will continue to focus on digital transformation and an omnichannel shopping experience. For anyone who has yet to enter the digital age, online consumer engagement is something to immediately become familiar with. At the beginning of a new decade, omnichannel retail continues its statistical skyward flight. Online shoppers crave an interactive experience with …

Consumer Engagement and the Virtual Showroom

Consumer Engagement and the Virtual Showroom

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Meet the Speaker: Charles Powell Senior Director Enterprise Sales Did you know? 60% of consumers today start their buying journey online. It is more important than ever to have a strategy to engage, inspire and sell to consumers by meeting them where they are—online. Learn why having a digital strategy …

Successfully Navigating the Post-Pandemic Retail Environment

Successfully Navigating the Post-Pandemic Retail Environment

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Retail has been a scary place for the last year.   Brick and mortar locations were hit particularly hard by lockdown restrictions. Harrods saw 80,000 visitors in an average day before the pandemic. That number soon dropped to 4,500 visitors, a 95% reduction in footfall. This made a huge impact on their revenue, which fell further …