Understanding the myriad of options available when it comes to pumps and filters is key to moving these products off the shelf.
Guiding customers through the ever-changing market of aquatic lighting sets them on the right track, while boosting a retailer’s bottom line.
The marine invertebrates category is rich in diversity and can become a major segment of a retailer’s business.
The world of shelf-stable fish food is a vast one, but with a little research and experimentation, retailers can help customers navigate the market.
Aquatic retailers that lead by example with fantastic displays will inspire customers to buy décor and build their own dazzling home setups.
Aquatics retailers can stay ahead of the competition by mastering and marketing tank setup and maintenance services.
Retailers should take the opportunity to generate excitement and sales in the fish department this holiday selling season.
Knowledgeable retailers with the right inventory can make lamp and fixture sales soar.
Retailers should determine whether they have the knowledge, time, space and money to stock the products that play an integral role in the reef trade.
Retailers have a lot to gain by offering a diverse, comprehensive assortment of aquarium décor items.
Retailers that deal in exotic pets must navigate a jungle of challenges and scrutiny from regulators.
When it comes to catering to marine hobbyists, retailers should concentrate on choosing and displaying a variety of livestock.
Every store should carry a basic selection of live plants for the aquarium and terrarium, and knowing how to display them is key.
Micro-fish are one of then newest and fastest-growing trends in the fish category.
Every aquatics department should carry an assortment of food that will appeal to a wide variety of fish species.
Every fish tank requires a form of filtration, and by providing customers with product suggestions, retailers can increase a store’s bottom line.
Specialty tank setups that are created by store staff present a unique option for customers used to seeing ordinary pre-packaged kits from the store’s competitors.
In this tough economy, it is important for retailers to get creative when advertising and marketing their aquatics section.
Aquarium servicing can make up a significant percentage of a shop’s revenue, and few aquatic retailers can afford to ignore this business opportunity.
It is easier to sell aquarium products when the items are attractively bundled together in a package that has a fair price point.