Introducing eTailPet’s Digital Marketing Tools

If you don't blow your own horn, someone else will use it as a spittoon.

Kenneth H. Blanchard

Cost and time have always been the two biggest concerns of store owners when it comes to marketing. Oftentimes marketing tasks require store owners to jump from one system to another and do their best to stay up-to-date with ever-changing trends.

eTailPet’s Digital Marketing Tools focuses your efforts on three of the most important marketing efforts that experts say are now customer requirements for retailers to win potential business. Accessible right within your eTailPet Dashboard our prebuilt content and consolidated tools helps you get the most out of your marketing efforts with minimal time invested.

Your business listing is perhaps the single most important asset you have in our digital and connected world. Let us help you do more with it by updating over 100 search engines, business listing sites, and navigation platforms. You keep it current in your eTailPet Dashboard and we will update all of these sites automatically for you.

Sync your business listing on over 100 search engines and navigation platforms in one simple spot, ensuring vital details for customers are accurate and timely without paying for ads.

Reviews have special powers but getting customers to write one for you shouldn’t require a cape. eTailPet will utilize your customer’s transactions to invite them to give you that 5-star review without annoying them. Concerned about bad reviews? It’s okay, we help you select who is most likely to provide the most valuable reviews.

Inviting new and loyal customers to provide reviews that bolster your social equity with potential customers usually exist outside your POS and web store until now.

Let’s be honest; social media and blogging are hard because of the time to learn and create. That is why we did all that part for you with the help of other industry experts and popular brands. Our aggregated platform makes it possible to build your content calendar for a month and schedule all of those posts in less than an hour.

All marketing efforts need to result in sales. Retail sales are increasing as your customers become closer to your store and as your store becomes more accessible within the terms the customer demands. Social and online engagement is now a requirement for 89% of customers who intend to buy with a brick-and-mortar retailer.

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