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Bike shops trial gadget that highlights in-stock products on Google search

Consumers who search for a product on Google get shopping options that quickly allow them to drill down and find the cheapest prices. (Bad Google!) But often consumers are after there-and-then availability and are willing to schlepp across town to get their item from a brick-and-mortar store. Working out which …

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i-Bikeshop seeks more supplier data for live online stock populator

Bike industry web guru Simon Watts is seeking more supplier data to add to the "iC" add-on he created for his i-Bikeshop e-commerce platform. This add-on was launched at the start of the year and can populate dealer websites with product information from Chicken Cyclekit, CSG, Endura, Extra, Ison, Madison, Silverfish and Windwave. "So far it is …

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“It’s experience per square foot, not sales per square foot”

Retail is changing. This isn’t a matter of opinion; it’s a fact, and one that every single independent retailer in the world needs to be conscious of in considering the future of their trade. The cycling industry is not without innovation. On the contrary, the leaps and bounds we’re seeing …

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