Do you own a Swiss Army knife? Have you used every one of its tools? Probably not… yet.
Just because the tools are there, doesn’t mean that they are right for your needs right now. But of course, they may come in handy in the future.
It can be the same with your website. Storbie provides lots of features, including ecommerce. But if you feel that your business isn’t ready for that step yet, no worries. It’ll still be there when you are, and in the meantime there are lots of ways to benefit from its Swiss Army features, including having a catalogue website which showcases your products without online sales.
Let’s take a look at the top five benefits to having a catalogue website with Storbie. (more…)
A social media account or an online listing is no longer enough, your pharmacy needs its own standalone website. It’s now expected that customers can find you online and access information about your products and services wherever they are and at whatever time of day.
Pharmacies are especially of interest to shoppers in New Zealand, with an 18% growth in online search via Google in the first quarter of this year, compared to the previous year. But what type of website your pharmacy needs depends on what you want to get out of it. (more…)
And with New Zealand’s ageing population, accessibility will continue to be an important feature both online and off. According to analytics collected by Google, more than 250,000 Storbie users are over the age of 55, with almost 95,000 of those 65+.
Being actively inclusive benefits everyone. But for the 24% of New Zealanders who identify as having a disability, it can make a world of difference.
Online should be accessible to all. Allowing shoppers to browse your Storbie website in their own time, on whatever device and from wherever they are, along with having items delivered to their home, are just some of the advantages.
Accessibility is especially important if your business provides products for the elderly and disabled, and should be a major consideration in the set up of your website.
Let’s take a look at some of the steps you can make to ensure your Storbie website is accessible for everyone. (more…)
One of the leading suppliers to the beauty industry for over 34 years, House of Camille has award-winning Skindinavia makeup and Brush on Block sun-care products available to sync directly with your Storbie pharmacy website.
House of Camille products will automatically update with the latest changes, images and compliant descriptions. Price and stock levels can also synchronise with pharmacy POS systems.
Storbie is the website and e-commerce platform recommended for pharmacies by the Pharmacy Guild of New Zealand.
We know through our work with the Guild, and the hundreds of pharmacy owners we deal with throughout New Zealand, that one of the biggest challenges pharmacy owners face in managing a website is time.
That’s why we’ve created the Storbie Pharmacy Supplier Network, which allows pharmacies to load products to their Storbie website faster than ever with compliant descriptions and quality images direct from suppliers. (more…)
Storbie is pleased to announce our partnership with Reckitt Benckiser (RB) for the Supplier Network for Pharmacies.
The global force in health, hygiene and home, RB has numerous trusted brands including Nurofen, Scholl, Strepsils, Durex, and Gaviscon. All will be available to sync directly with pharmacies on our Professional Plan from April 2018. (more…)
Your website is live, your products are loaded, and you’re ready for shoppers!
So, where are they?
With a physical shop, you’ll receive some foot traffic just by having a presence and an open sign. The online equivalent of this is your SEO, but that’s naturally going to take some time to get going, and just as with a physical shop, it’s not enough on its own.
You’ll need a plan to firstly tell your target audience where to find you. Next, you have to convince them to buy. And finally, you need to keep them coming back.
The best marketing plans incorporate both online and offline strategies to draw shoppers in. Here are 22 starting points to promote your shop and retain your shoppers. (more…)
What do you do when you search online for a product and land on a company’s website? Whether consciously or subconsciously, we all perform checks before considering a purchase. It makes sense that we want to make sure this company we haven’t dealt with before is trustworthy, before punching in our credit card details. We need to know who we’re buying from, that they’re reputable, and be assured we’ll receive the product and appropriate service.
So what things help us as online shoppers to tick the boxes? There’s some really simple, but extremely valuable, information that all businesses can include on their website to help potential customers overcome that first barrier to buying online from a business new to them.
Cross these 10 items off the list and you’ll know you have a great basis for winning over new online shoppers. (more…)