Is your business ready for the In-Store iPad Revolution? More and more businesses are beginning to take advantage of all of the great benefits that iPad offers by putting one in their store to engage customers. We recently wrote about how one Montgomery County business, Main Street Java in Souderton, is using an iPad in their store to collect customer email addresses, as well as, to get customers to follow Main Street Java on Twitter and Like Main Street Java on Facebook. That’s one way to use iPad in your store. There are many more ways that you can use iPad for in-store customer engagement.
Businesses all over the world are starting to use iPad and other tablets at their physical location to provide customers with a better in-store experience. Here are just a few ways businesses are using iPads in their stores:
- To display their website
- To allow customers to watch product and service videos
- As Point-of-Sale systems
- To collect email addresses, Facebook Likes, and Twitter followers
- As restaurant menus
We think that in the next few years we are going to see an explosion of businesses using iPads in their stores. Customers are drawn to iPads. You can set up an iPad Kiosk in your store, open an app or a web page, and get customers to interact with the iPad. Using an iPad like this in your store could even lead to increased sales. Do you have YouTube videos detailing your products? Why not open your YouTube Channel on the iPad and let customers watch those videos to learn more about your products. If a customer was on the fence about making a purchase, he or she might decide to go for it after watching your video.
If you want to learn more about how to get your business ready for the In-Store iPad Revolution you can download this free eBook, “Retailers Guide to Using iPad In Your Store“.
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