Every retailer is unique, but every retailer is in need of a simple and affordable way to market their store online. That's where we come in. We're proud to be a part of thousands of retailers' success stories, and we're excited to open new chapters with even more retailers. Read a few of our customers' stories to hear how they use SnapRetail.
Aw Else Boutique
It has been amazing to have all my emails and my Facebook and Twitter captured in one place.
Ten years is a long time, but it can seem like even longer when you're not passionate about your career. Danielle Shaffer spent her professional life traveling, helping to build franchises for a major commercial company, when she decided she'd had enough of Corporate America. It wasn't where her passion was.
Now, Danielle owns and operates her own store, Aw Else Boutique, where she can do something that makes her happy and build a business that is proving to be a staple in her community. Her number one goal is to educate the public about her store and the unique and affordable products it carries. And while Danielle's success can all be contributed to her, SnapRetail is proud to be a part of her story.
From the SnapRetail Idea Calendar to our retail-specific education, Danielle takes the ideas we give her and makes them her own. Take her most successful campaign for example. We suggested supporting a local charity; she planned a campaign to support not one, but four. For one month, Danielle picked a different local charity each Saturday for which she would build awareness. Her generosity led to great things for her business, too. The email she sent to create excitement around these events gave her the best open rate she'd ever had (38%!) and generated some of her best store traffic.
For nearly 60 years, Mercy Gift Shop has been a refuge for hospital visitors, patients and workers alike. The gift shop, the largest fundraiser for the hospital's auxiliary, strives to go beyond the standard flowers, plush, balloons and candy. It is a place for friends and family to escape the stress of hospital life and get lost in search of the perfect gift to uplift their spirits.
With more than 2,300 square feet, there's a lot of space to get lost in. But, that also means there's a lot of space to host a unique mix of merchandise. As the manager of the Mercy Gift Shop, Kym Priest relies on the help of volunteers to keep the shop in tip-top shape, but when it comes to marketing, she's a one-woman show. And that's where SnapRetail comes in.
SnapRetail has been a go-to resource to help keep Kym and Mercy Gift Shop educated and engaged. But most importantly, it's a reliable tool for managing email and social media. Kym uses Facebook to share photos of products, and with SnapRetail's robust library of product photography, promoting new arrivals has never been easier.
Mercy Gift Shop
It’s wonderful to have new ideas that have all the components to implement easily. Thank you for being my marketing department, SnapRetail!