In order to build a successful vape store, you must know your customer and know what they want. Vape review sites are the best way to do that. Unfortunately, researching the top box mods you need to stock in your vape shop is difficult. With the added headache of a continuous release of new vape mods on the market, you can easily see where this can all become overwhelming very quickly.
Clearly one of the most prominent parts to running a vape shop is keeping the latest vape products in stock for your customers. What’s even more important is having vaping products in stock that customers are more prone to purchase. This is why product selection is a key component of not only running a vape shop, but running a successful one. In this article we’re going to scope in on which low, middle, and high-end vape products you should keep stocked up. In any vape shop there should be three categories to cover your overall product line-up. Each of these categories will serve as a way to reach a specific audience.
Regal Cinemas operates nearly 600 movie theaters and over 7,000 screens across North America. In 2011 they brought in $2.6 Billion in revenue. Needless to say they are doing very well. But what can vape shop owners learn from a loyalty program at national movie theater chain?
The Regal Crown Club (RCC) loyalty program is masterfully crafted, and vape shop owners should pay attention to how it’s done. Here’s a flyer I got with my receipt the last time I visited a Regal Cinema. The loyalty program is easy to understand and easy to join.
It is one thing to capture transaction data, but it is whole different ball game to use this data effectively to drive repeat business and increase your AOV. Using patented technology AppCard captures detailed information about each of your customers and builds profiles about their personal tastes, preferences and buying cycles. You can then use the data to run customized campaigns that speak directly to your customer’s buying patterns.
Spend more time running your business and less time in an excel spreadsheet.
Why are some shops making $20,000 a month and easily hitting their sales goals while others are wondering when their doors will close?
The question is loaded, and perhaps there is not an easy answer, but there is a straightforward solution brought to you by the E-Myth Method of business management.
In 1986, Michael Gerber’s wrote a book called “The E-Myth”. Its concepts dealt with the differences between so-called “technicians” and actual business owners.There is a HUGE difference, and the ideas are just as accurate today as they were back then.
The vape industry is crawling with “technicians”