VerdeensSuperstore.com Introduces New Blog and New Products

Share Article

http://www.VerdeensSuperstore.com has begun a program to add products by upcoming authors and musicians to their catalog, while simultaneously creating a new blog at http://www.VerdeensSuperstore.net to improve communication with customers. The move toward advanced commercial techniques is a push toward a cooperative store where buyers can also volunteer their merchandise for sale.

Verdeen Johnson of http://www.VerdeensSuperstore.com originally opened her web site to offer a variety of items to people with eclectic shopping lists. "I wanted to have a web site that I could go into and order my kids a gift, and if I wanted to get an electronic item for myself or kitchenware for someone else, it was available," she explains, providing a reason for the vast selection of products. "There's many different products available, and you only have to shop at the one store."

Recently, however, Verdeen has begun looking for new content to place in her store, and has been checking the independent circuit to do it. "I'm involved with a lot of social networking with the store, and I have people who would like me to make their music available, and book authors that would like to have their books sold," says Verdeen. "I'm working on getting those items released and ready to buy."

Verdeen has also begun a social network of her own through her new blog at http://www.VerdeensSuperstore.net, giving her customers a place to discuss her store and the items they find. "I will be using my blog as an interaction with customers," says Verdeen. "If someone comments to me and wants me to bring something into the store, I'd be glad to do that. I want to be able to share with everyone the joys of having the store and their shopping experience, to visit with people about life in general." Verdeen expressed hopes that the blog will bring in new avenues of products to round out her store and make it a more unique shopping destination.

###

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Verdeen Johnson

Jason Thurston
Visit website