How do you increase store sales without slashing prices?

(Learn why customers aren't buying, and how to fix it.)

Are you wondering why customers aren't buying?
Are you wondering what you need to do to generate more sales?
Can you improve sales results by changing your merchandising?

You're frustrated that your hard work isn't getting the expected results. 
You've have good results in the past, but sales have dropped off. Customers just aren't buying.

You have quality product, a great team and an attractive store, yet it doesn't seem to be enough to get customers buying. Your sales are below projections. The store is getting crowded with too much inventory. Mark downs on last season's merchandise aren't attracting enough customers. In spite of your efforts to turn things around, products still aren't moving like you'd planned. 

What can you do to turn things around?
Where do you start? What will have the most impact on your business? 
When you have questions like this, you often don't know where to turn.

If you knew what to do, you could make changes to attract more customers, increase repeat traffic and improve sales.

What you need is a way to increase sales, without drastically slashing prices.

Introducing the Pinwheel Principle.

When you learn about the Pinwheel Principle, and how to apply it, you can increase your store sales without resorting to price slashing.

With the Pinwheel Principle you will:

  • Learn why customers aren't buying, and how to fix the problem.
  • Learn how to organize merchandise to make the store more attractive to customers.
  • Learn where to place sale merchandise.
  • Stop wasting money on expensive marketing schemes with untested results.
  • Reduce worries about paying bills.
  • Have more cash available to purchase new merchandise.

Pinwheel Principle

The Pinwheel Principle is a report created in response to questions from retailers like you.

BONUS: When you fill in the form below, you'll find out more about the Pinwheel Principle, and get access to some free Goodies! The Goodies will give you a preview of what you'll find inside the Pinwheel Principle.

To learn more, please fill in the form below. You will receive full information about the report. 

What happens when you fill in the form below:

    1) You go on the list to get access to Goodies as soon as they are sent out. (You'll need to confirm first, to make sure you requested the information. It's our way of helping fight spam!)

    Free Goodie No. 1: How your customer can help you sell.

    Free Goodie No. 2: How sale signs sabotage your store.

    Free Goodie No. 3: How to avoid the discount trap.

    2) You get access to all the details of the Pinwheel Principle including prices. (Don't worry - you're not committing to buying anything now.) You get the goodies without buying anything.

The goodies will also be sent to you via email on a weekly basis. So do check your email. If you don't get an email from me, be sure to email me using the link at the bottom of the page.

So why the form below?

Yes, I do understand that filling in the form is a bit of a barrier, and I'm happy to put up that barrier, because I know it won't stop those who are keen to move ahead.

There's a reason. When you fill in the form, you are telling me you're truly interested in learning more about how to use merchandising techniques to increase your sales.

Remember, when you sign up I will also start sending you those goodies that will help you move ahead with your merchandising.

So fill in the form. It's not a snooty way to shut you out. It's just to make sure I don't bombard the entire Retail Tips list--but rather to send goodies and learning to those who want it--and will benefit from it.

And yes, your data won't be sold or shared. It's only used to send you the Pinwheel Principle information you requested. (You already know that, but I thought I'd tell you anyway).

Important: All fields must be completed to get the information

From rainy Vancouver,

Melanie McIntosh
Inspire Retail Solutions

The Pinwheel Principle: How to Increase Sales Without Slashing Prices

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