Moroccan furniture and decor outlet announces a once in a lifetime closing sale where customers can buy their favorite Moroccan decor pieces for a never before discount of 80%.
Dallas, TX (Vocus/PRWEB) February 16, 2011
Moroccan furniture and decor outlet announces a once in a lifetime closing sale where customers can buy their favorite Moroccan decor pieces for a never before discount of 80%. This sale presents the ideal opportunity for people who would like to incorporate an eastern theme into their homes with Moorish decor and Moroccan Lamps to shop for some of the most stunning and traditional pieces in the market today.
Generally, the high price stage on these items makes them out of bounds for most people other than celebrated interior designers but now is your chance t own your very own Moroccan at piece at a fraction of the regular cost.
When asked about this surprisingly lucrative deal, a spokesperson for the establishment commented that this was a store closing that will allow the founders to focus their energy into other internet ventures. When asked about the reason for closure; he added that not only the Moroccan furniture and decor outlet but also its sister Moroccan cooking website were being put up for sale.
He clarified that the immense popularity of the websites had opened the doors for the promoters to try their hand at more complex and rewarding ventures.
The spokesperson also elaborated on the strategy used to increase the number of visitors to the site and improve it search engine ranking; he said that they started using organic search engine optimization strategies instead of regular PPC campaigns which are often offered by fly by night internet ventures, But since theirs is a reputable establishment; they wanted something that would prove their credibility to the consumers and improve their goodwill in the cyber market place. Also, they were in no moon to continusously pour in money after PPC campaigns only to see the results dwindling one the efforts were stopped. That is when they approached a Dallas based SEO company to help them with organic SEO efforts.
The strategy finally paid off and today both sites enjoy unprecedented and overwhelming visitor support which has given the promoters a chance to concentrate on other dream ventures so that they can continue building their brand image. As a final though, the spokesperson thanked their loyal patrons for 11 years of support as well as the artisans that have made the site a success.
About The Moroccan Bazaar:
Founded in Tangier, Morocco, in 1990, The Moroccan Bazaar moved it operations to Dallas, Texas, in 2000 to introduce its product line to the US Market and to support the handmade Moroccan decor industry, its artisans and their uncertain future due to the proliferation of imitations made in China.
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