So, you’re quite worried these days over the fate of your shoe business? The sales have gone down, the customers have lost the interest and your operations are into losses? Well, these are some of common problems faced by entities across industry verticals and yours one is no different. But yes, you have to find the root cause of the problem plaguing your once-flourishing shoe shop.
There was a time when your shoe business had to struggle a lot to break even. Those were the tough times as the market was changing fast and customers’ tastes too were going through a change and you could do nothing about that. Shoe buyers had stopped coming to your online store and it put you under enormous stress.
So, what would you do to give your shoe business more prospects? Will you boost your product range? Offer discounts? Or, allow buyers more options with their purchase?
The first two plans seem outdated in a time when the concept of product designing has taken off in that big manner. Well, you should look to give buyers more options and choices as this will help a great deal for sure.
How do you normally buy a trendy, good-looking and stylish shoe? You either visit a shop in the area, or go hopping shopping malls to find the product. Most of us also buy online to get time benefits and convenience.
But what if the kind of shoe you’re looking is not available at any of these places? What if your favourite online store does not stock the range, colour and fabric you are itching to get this time? Continue reading
What would you do when you need a trendy and stylish shoe for a party or any other occasion? You would probably visit some shopping malls nearby and browse through the available range there. Or, you may buy the shoe online if you lack time to venture out.
Have you ever tried to notice any common link between both the forms of buying? You generally don’t care as long as you get the desired pair of trendy and fashionable shoes. You do however in cases when the kind of product needed is not available at either of destinations. This is when you feel bad and even feel disappointed at not getting a shoe of choice. Continue reading