The Art of Visual Merchandising: Tips to Sell More

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Even with online shops bringing products to consumers at the touch of a fingertip, nothing beats the experience of taking in the merchandise in a physical setting and letting them see what the brand can do for them right before their very eyes. Retail stores are the showrooms of any business, so it is vital that you present your wares at their very best.

From the display shelving units to the order of their placement from top to bottom, left to right, there are ways to maximise the selling potential of your products and increase your conversions and sales, notes Shelving Shop Group.

A journey to your brand

You want to make sure that you capture your customers’ attention the minute they step into your store until they reach your cashier with your products in tow. The flow of foot traffic should always be considered when setting up the layout of the store and display sections—from your best-sellers to your promotional items.

Letting clients “feel” your products

Showrooms and retail spaces should always up the ante with showing off the benefits and selling points of the merchandise. Visual merchandising is more than satisfying the eyes with the packaging, lighting, and placement on the shelves. Samples and demo pieces are a must to reassure consumers of the quality and integrity of the brand.

Work with the impulse

What makes purchasing from a retail store so attractive is the ability to have the product now. Rather than wait for delivery or shipping, there’s an opportunity to buy whichever and no matter how many. This is a great way to upsell and promote other products that complement those that fulfil the immediate needs of your clients.

Pair your products with other goods that work well with what meets the primary demand, and watch your sales go up.

Your expertise matters

The staff members who guide customers through the stores are the experts and sources of information that they will need to make the desired decision to buy. The more engaging, relatable, and accommodating your people are, the stronger the consumer trust. Having a face to put together with the brand brings a sense of humanity to your company.