“Have you done your Christmas shopping yet?” :) It’s a question you might hear more and more often over the next couple of weeks.
As thoughts turn to gifts for friends and relatives, many will prefer to browse from home, and internet shopping will be the first choice for a lot of people this year.
Being as ready as you can be for your online customers will help you make the most of their visit to your store – and they’ll thank you for making life that little bit easier and saving them time!
We’ve come up with some ideas to help you make Christmas shopping a doddle for your customers – and more rewarding for you!
Bundle products together in themes
Matching items have a lot of appeal – whether for customers wishing to create a special ambience in their homes, or for those searching for presents. It’s always tempting to get the set!
As well as collections, Puckator has many themed items that work brilliantly as collectibles or stocking fillers. Our Flamingo range is one of our top sellers and you’ll find everything there from shopping bags to shot glasses!
Products that naturally sit well together will sell well together too. Oil burners, incense sticks and holders, buddhas and elephants – or wind chimes and planters for outdoors.
Think about easy to post items
We all love them – especially when we’ve done our twentieth awkward shaped bubble wrap! Mugs, bottles, and lunch boxes are great for this and obviously any items which come with their own box.
Sell for the season
The temperature has dropped, the nights have drawn in and anything that shouts ‘warm and cosy’ immediately has more appeal. Check out our fun range of heat pack slippers and neck warmers, eye masks, cushions, and our best-selling Relaxeazzz travel pillows.
Brands doing their bit
You can rely on ever-popular brands like Simon’s Cat, Lisa Parker designs, and Kim Haskins to do well year-round – but especially at Christmas.
New for this year and going down just as well are the VW Camper collection and Stormtroopers ranges: bringing fun, escapism and nostalgia in equal measure!