We've added a new feature to your Bridge account: You can now easily see the product searches performed on your Bridge Store.
The Product Searches page shows the searches performed by customers on your Bridge Store. The page is broken down into two columns: 'top 100 found terms' and 'top 100 not found terms'. You can use these results to identify what customers want to find and what they are entering, which may include typos.
In the example shown, we see the product search ...
We've added a new feature to your Bridge account: You can now easily see the registry searches performed on your Bridge Store.
The Registry Searches page shows the searches performed on your Bridge Store in the 'Find a Registry' field. The page is broken down into two columns: 'top found terms' and 'top not found terms'. You can use these results to identify what customers want to find and what they are entering, which may include typos. There is also a section at the bottom of the page ...
Ronald Reagan said, “If you’re explaining, you’re losing.” Reaganomics usually refers to tax cuts and trickle down economics, yet I propose that we take the Gipper’s quote and ask: How can simplicity contribute to a business's success?
When we share what leading companies do, we can often skip an explanation and sum it up in a brief sentence. Examples:
A special thanks to the tableware brand Carmel Ceramica for including our logo in its new 2023 product catalog. Bridge grows best via word-of-mouth and collaboration. Partners like Carmel Ceramica help us reach more indie businesses. Thank you.
PS ~ Nice to see pictures of owner Elece Leverone and National Sales Manager Neil Peters.
Bridge has something that every store needs, but doesn’t really want: product data. We get stores to trust us that they need our product data for 64,000 products from 109 brands. They really don’t want the data—they want the sales from it. The data itself is worthless, but the sales from it are invaluable. Do you know who also has this issue? Funeral directors. Last week's Wall Street Journal shares that mortuaries are leveraging bonsai trees, setting up bouncy castles, ...
Your Bridge Store now makes customers more likely to complete a purchase. Your Bridge Store displays a banner when checking out sharing how many customers have placed orders with your store. This social proof strategy gives the shopper an assurance that your store has the experience to handle their purchase successfully.
The example shows the checkout page for a registry gift purchase at The Ivy House, a fine tableware store in Dallas. We see a banner that displays the ...
Your Bridge now makes it easier for you to connect with and sell your brands’ products. We have added a new page that makes it easier for your business to invite brands to sync products. This page reduces the number of steps that your store would previously have to take to invite a brand.
There is no charge for a retailer or sales rep to send sync invites, nor is there a charge to sync products with a brand. Product Syncing is free for retailers, sales reps, trade marts, and ...
You’ve likely had a vodka-Red Bull cocktail in your lifetime, which was followed by a hangover for you—but helped drink co-founder Dietrich Mateschitz amass a $20b fortune. Mateschitz, who passed away last week at the age of 78, discovered the drink in the 1980s in Thailand and built it into a global brand. He promoted Red Bull, whose name is a translation of the drink’s Thai name "Krating Daeng,” via a variety of clever marketing initiatives. In the early 2000s, I ...