Store Locator

An online locator service (also known as location finder, store finder, or store locator, or similar) is a feature found on websites of businesses with multiple locations that allows visitors to the site to find locations of the business within proximity of an address or postal code or within a selected region. Types of businesses that often have this feature include chain retailers, hotels, restaurants, and other businesses that can be found in multiple metropolitan areas.The locator also provides important information about each location, including its address, phone number, hours of operation, services provided, and sometimes directions to the location.
Posts about Store Locator
  • Add Store Location to WordPress with Bullseye

    … Bullseye Locations is a SaaS provider of store locator and dealer locator software. Their platform provides a feature-rich store locator service, powering locators for more than 4,000 customers. Click to view slideshow. They’ve just released a WordPress plugin that easily integrates their store location platform into any WordPress site…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 15 readers -
  • Top of the Email to Ya – More Navigation Bar Savviness

    … this, be sure to do some email A/B tests, flipping those colors! Selecting to go for Sale and Store You’ll notice that many of the navbars shown above include a link to a Sale section. Know your customers. Know what they do when they get to your site, then have your navbar reflect that. Do you have brick-and-mortar store? A link to the store locator…

    Jordie Van Rijn/ GetResponse Blogin EMail- 30 readers -
  • The 7 Best Email Newsletters of the 2014 Holiday Season

    … that instructs users to “Stuff their stockings with Dunkin’ Coffee” is also extremely prominent, so that recipients know exactly what message Dunkin’ Donuts is trying to convey to them as soon as they open the email. The only minor drawback is the location of the store locator CTA, which is below the image and subtext. Ideally it might have been…

    Austin Paley/ ROI Factor Blogin EMail- 29 readers -
  • Mobile’s Promise For 2015

    … model will fall to the wayside as marketers shift to using click-to-engage metrics (e.g. calls, use of store locator and downloads). As we look to 2015, mobile advertising will continue to play an increasingly large part in brands’ marketing strategies. Consider how you will prepare. Some opinions expressed in this article may be those of a guest…

    Soo Jin Oh/ Marketing Landin Mobile- 19 readers -
  • How Will Voice Search Impact a Search Marketer's World?

    … to understand how to better use it? Are they trying to find your location? Think about the user experience that should be tied to these questions. If a consumer seeks a location of your brand is your paid search experience still driving them to a product driven landing page vs. the store locator page? If a consumer wants to know how to use your product…

    Jason Tabeling/ Search Engine Watchin How To's- 5 readers -
  • How Retailers Can Get M.O.A.R. From Mobile

    … pages, should be leveraged alongside explicit preferences to improve response rates. Retailers can segment audiences for targeted messages and automated campaigns based on product categories or SKUs viewed, items added to wish lists, social shares, coupons saved or other actions. Our latest data study from May 2014, found that highly targeted…

    Brent Hieggelke/ Marketing Landin Social How To's- 20 readers -
  • Holiday Email & Beyond: Drive Store Traffic Through Email

    … at the click-through rate of a generic “Find your nearest store” call to action vs. click-through rate of the dynamic localized version. What percentage of people clicked through to the store locator page versus the percentage of people who likely saw the map in the email? To measure foot traffic and dollars, collect email addresses at the point of sale…

    Movable Ink Blogin EMail Facebook- 8 readers -
  • The Future of Digital Marketing: Q&A with Google’s Ryan Gibson

    …: Agencies and clients historically have been focused on the last-click and CPA-type metrics. The customer journey has changed, and it’s important to adopt the set of metrics that best align with that journey. While ROAS and CPA metrics are extremely important, agencies and clients need to begin to measure assist metrics like store locator, cross device…

    Hillary Read/ 3Q Digitalin Google- 18 readers -
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