About Bridge

Bridge is an e-commerce platform that connects thousands of businesses in the retail industry

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How Customers Are Finding Us...

  • gift registry software
  • bridal registry software
  • e-commerce software
  • open an online store
  • product catalog
  • time-saving website maintenance
  • product data feed
  • wedding registry software

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We use Bridge to share products. Using Bridge's social network for businesses, your business can bypass Excel and Dropbox and instantly show our products on your website and in your POS. Learn more about Bridge

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You're invited to two free seminars in Atlanta. I’ll show you 5 proven steps to grow your gift registry business and succeed online.

Pick your time:

Thursday, July 11th
5 - 6:30 pm
Juliska Showroom
Building 2 / 9th Floor / Suite #928B
AmericasMart / Atlanta
Wine, soft drinks, and lights snacks will be served
Cost: Free
Learn more:

Friday, July 12th
5 - 6:30 pm
Skyros Designs Showroom
Building 2 / 9th Floor / Suite 919 (next ...Read rest of Chalk

When: Thursday, July 11 - Friday, July 12
Where: AmericasMart / Atlanta

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According to Google, Bridge is helping indie stores beat big box stores in the gift registry SEO race. In a study of searches by state, Bridge ranked above Target, Bed Bath & Beyond, and Dillards in Google's results.

Bridge conducted this study by using Google 'Incognito Mode' to search for:
South Carolina Gift Registry
Alabama Gift Registry
Georgia Gift Registry

In the attached Google results screenshot, I’ve highlighted Bridge's stores in green, Target in orange, ...Read rest of Chalk

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Thanks to Courtney at The Containery in Texas for this pic of her store displaying the Bridge decal. She placed the decal promoting her Bridge website next to her existing 'Shop Local' decal. Good idea ;)

Visit our friends at The Containery:


Summer cocktails made classier. 🥂
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Today’s Times covers deceptive practices on the web. That shopper “Alexandra” that just bought that dress? She doesn’t exist.

Bridge members may recall that in Bridge 1.0 we output featured purchases. Every single featured purchase was real. Bridge embraces honest, factual marketing strategies.

Read the Times article:
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.nytimes.com/2019/06/24/technology/e-commerce-dark-patterns-psychology.amp.htmlRead rest of Chalk

Tags: Website strategy

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June 24, 2019

Thank you Kerry and Janet Smith for hosting a lovely seminar for your customers. You provide a caring, well curated, and fun environment to grow one’s business.

Shown here: Donella, owner of Le Petite Gourmet in La Grange, Texas (https://lepetitegourmet.bridgecatalog.com/), and your's truly ;)
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June 24, 2019

Thanks to Sherri at Heart's Desire in Frisco, TX for sharing this picture.

Visit our friends:
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June 24, 2019

Thanks to Taylor at Thayers for sharing this picture of her store with the Bridge decal ;)

Thayers has been serving South Carolina for over 100 years. Visit:
June 24
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June 24, 2019

“If the shoe fits, wear it,” goes the old saying, and today’s Times shares the state of indie shoes which may sound familiar to indie gift shop owners. This story seems to be ‘a fit’ for our industry, too.

I recently visited a Footlocker and noticed they had moved the Nike shoes to the back of the store. Why? Nike, with all of its stores and direct to consumer website promotion, is now a competitor and Footlocker is trying to reduce its reliance on Nike. To that affect...Read rest of Chalk

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June 23, 2019

Pictures and social media can be a dangerous combo: they breed competition, jealousy, and insecurity. ‘Likes,’ view counts, and comments by peers and strangers propel a bizarre world of masked perfection and underlying anxiety. This isn’t unique to honeymoon posts—it’s happening to teens, single adults, and even business owners that share via social media.

Read the article:
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.nytimes.com/2019/06/19/fashion/weddings/honeymoon-hashtag-hell....Read rest of Chalk

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