4 easy ways to drive offline traffic to your store

4 easy ways to drive offline traffic to your store

Kwang Wei No Comment
Commentary

There are many factors that can bring customers to your retail store. However, when it comes to the offline channel, you would want to fully capitalize on the foot traffic passing your store on a daily basis. They make excellent customers because they are likely to work/live in the area, making them more likely to be repeat customers or fans who would recommend your products/services to their friends.

1. Make sure your signage is easily recognizable and professional

Your business signage is an immediate representation of your brand image. Unique signages give businesses a personality that customers can better relate to.  With that said, you should make it attractive and recognizable to your target group of customers. For example, by making the signage of a toy store colorful can probably suggest a fun and exciting shopping experience for the child. What is the message you would like to convey to your potential customer? If your current signage fail to convey that message, you may like to do something about it.

You should never compromise on the quality of your signages. Lightbox signs with visible light tube can be both unsightly and compromises on the signage readability. Besides looking unprofessional, your business may also lose credibility and attention from potential customers.

2. Make A Display Window

Is your store located at a popular destination with great foot traffic? If so, capitalize on it by creating a great window that captivates your audience in order to stop them in their tracks. Your window display is your invitation to the passerby. A well-designed window display encourages impulse sales and peaks a customer’s curiosity. It might even tug at their heartstrings, ensuing lasting fond memories of the shopping experience.

3. Display your best products- don’t clutter

You may be selling a wide range of products and services, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t prioritize the promotion of one over another. Overly cluttered shop may deter passer-bys from casually strolling in to make purchases. Identify the most eye-catching and popular products. Put them near the entrance or on racks outside of the entrance to attract customers.

If you can already guess what a typical customer is most likely looking for, ensure it is visible and within reach. Don’t wait for the customer to ask, chances are, they may not.

4. Move Out A Portable Sign

Retail stores do not always enjoy the luxury of being located in areas with great foot traffic. You may use a portable signage to direct potential customers to your shop in the event that your shop is not favorably located. A portable sign should also clearly indicate the business you are in and your offerings.  Once again, you should put up your best front instead of attempting to cramp every single product and service onto your signage.

You may also use the signs to raise awareness of a new promotion that you are rolling out. Run more promotional activities to capitalize on foot traffic; make it known with great portable signages strategically located.

 

It may be difficult to capture the attention of your potential customers in the fleeting seconds. Thus, it is even more important employ all the right strategies to raise your chances of being noticed and given the opportunity to impress your customers.

If you are looking for help on professional signages or strategies to drive foot traffic, feel free to drop us a message below and we would be glad to advise you further.



Let us know if there's something we can help you with.

I would like to learn more
Skip to toolbar